Europe’s 10 Most Haunted Attractions

Europe is a hotbed of occult activity. Across the continent there are strange places that will chill you to the bone. Be afraid, be very afraid… 10. CHÂTEAU DE BRISSAC, MAINE-ET-LOIRE, FRANCE This impressive Renaissance Castle is stalked by one of the most terrifying ghosts in the world – the Green Lady. Her moans are heard…

European Festivals and Fun for Every Month of the Year

JANUARY First, we’re heading to Kiruna, Sweden to celebrate winter at the Snowfestival. Taking place at the latter end of the month, this event offers everything from snow-sculptures to painting exhibitions to children’s playgrounds made entirely out of snow. FEBRUARY Elaborately decorated masks are synonymous with the Venetian Carnival. During this festival well-dressed revelers make…

Sherlock Holmes Tour: An intriguing walk through some of the novel’s most known London sites

When the first Sherlock Holmes story was published in 1887 (A Study in Scarlet), it took London by storm. It combined cold logic, meticulous observation, forensic science and the now-familiar format of the detective story. Did you know that although Holmes uses fingerprint analysis in his first case, Scotland Yard didn’t introduce the technique until 1901? Join the…

The Thames Walk: Sights & Sounds on the Southbank

The team at The London Pass have been exploring the Thames Walk. From iconic sights and attractions, to the best eats with a view, here is their guide to getting the most out of your visit. Ask any Londoner about their favorite things to do in London and, without a doubt, they will mention a…

5 Classy Berlin Bars to Visit

Berlin boasts one of the best bar scenes in the world. This city contains bars ranging from hole in the wall to upscale joint. If you are looking for something classier, check out these places: GREEN DOOR BAR Ring the doorbell at number 50 Winterfeldstrasse to enter a speakeasyesque bar with a 70’s décor and…