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Wonderful, Wonderful, Copenhagen


A modern, safe city, that’s on the cutting edge of design and dining. How could you not love Copenhagen?

First Impressions of Copenhagen

As soon as you arrive in the airport, the Scandinavian efficiency is evident. The airport is modern and spotless, pretty much like the rest of the city. The efficient train system means you can be in the centre of Copenhagen in ten minutes. Unlike most major European cities, Copenhagen has a cosy feel. Although full of architectural masterpieces it doesn’t feel like a big city. With a growing population which now stands at 1.2 million, I felt it was the kind of city I could easily live in.

Last year Copenhagen was voted the ‘Best city for cyclists’ and the ‘World’s most liveable city’. With over 390 kilometres of bike lanes, I decided to take the ‘when in Rome’ approach, and booked a cycling tour of the city. This is a great way to see Copenhagen and it will bring you to places you may not get to on foot.

Sarah Slattery, The Travel Expert, takes a cycling tour of Copenhagen

Our guide showed us some of the reasons why the Danes are so forward thinking. Along the river we were shown a seriously cool self serving hotel boat – you get your key code when you book online! We also saw kayak football, yes you read that right. Kayaking is big in Copenhagen too, you can even choose a kayak tour of the city if cycling isn’t your thing. If all of this is too energetic for you, you can always choose the hop on hop off canal boat tours. These go regularly from various ports around the city.

Sarah Slattery, The Travel Expert visits Copenhagen

Where to stay in Copenhagen:

I stayed at the Tivoli Hotel. A modern 4-star hotel, about 15 minutes walk to the centre, complete with swimming pool and a rooftop bar. It is part of the Arp Hansen chain, a local chain offering 12 unique hotels in great locations around the city.

I enjoyed staying in a Scandinavian owned family hotel, the staff were extremely friendly staff and the whole experience was very personable. The Phoenix is one of the hotels within the group and is an excellent choice if you want a luxury hotel in the heart of the city.

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What to see in Copenhagen:

Climb to the top of the Church of the Saviour where you will see unparalleled views of the city. What makes this particularly interesting is that there is an external staircase at the top – this is not for the faint hearted!

See the changing of the guard at Amalienborg Place.

Visit the popular Tivoli Gardens. This park dates back to 1843 and now houses lots of amusement rides, out door concerts and lots of top class dining experiences. Tivoli closes at certain times during the year to prepare for Halloween and Christmas festivals, so check the timetable before planning your trip.

You may also be interested in Christiania, a separate commune in the heart of the city which is regulated by it’s own laws. I found this really bizarre in the heart of the modern city. The pedestrianised area has a Boho / hippie feel to it, and don’t be surprised if you see lots of people lazing around smoking cannabis. It is a tourist attraction now and not at all intimidating – it’s definitely worth a look if you are the curious type!

Sarah Slattery, The Travel Expert visits Christiania in Copenhagen

There are lots of great shops in Copenhagen too, the main shopping street is 2km long and is pedestrianised. You will find everything from H&M to Louis Vuitton, in typical clean crisp Scandinavian style.

Bear in mind that shops don’t open on Sundays. The Danes still feel we should rest on Sundays – if only the rest of the world thought that way!

Of course no trip to Copenhagen would be complete without a trip to see the Little Mermaid. Although honestly it’s not worth it, it was a box ticking exercise for me. Attracting over 1 million visitors every year, its definitely proves how you can market anything…

Sarah Slattery, The Travel Expert visits the Little Mermaid, Copenhagen

Where to drink in Copenhagen:

Have a pre-dinner drink in Nyhavn. One of Copenhagen’s most photographed neighbourhoods, it is lined by colourful 17th & 18th century town houses.  It can get very busy at night time, so my advice is to go early evening before dinner, or else pop down for a coffee in the morning.

There are some great restaurants and bars here too, but it is typically the tourist trap so expect to pay high prices. If you want to live like a Dane then head for the Meatpacking District at night. Crammed between butchers shops and warehouses are some of Copenhagen’s trendiest bars and clubs. Expect craft beers and tight jeans, if you want something prettier and more touristy – stay in Nyhavn.

Sarah Slattery, The Travel Expert visits Copenhagen

Where to eat in Copenhagen:

One of the highlights of Copenhagen for me was the food. I knew it had Noma (the best restaurant in the world) along with 14 other Michelin starred restaurants. What I didn’t expect was a food revolution. Every meal was a dining experience.

Work in progress is a novel concept where the chef wants his customers to dictate what his future menus will be. The tasting menu with paired wines was superb. We were asked for our opinions after each course, which were relayed back to the chef. A meal with 4 courses and 4 glasses of wine is 450kr / €60 – not bad for such a fantastic experience.

We also tried the highly acclaimed Manfreds. Famous for its steak tartare, it didn’t disappoint. Go for the seven course tasting meal if you can. It’s not cheap but trust me, it is a gastronomic feast. They also have stock a great Organic beer called Kolster – try it. Copenhagen is full of original ideas, craft beers are everywhere, organic food is the norm and you get the feeling that everything you are eating is honest good food.

We tried Copenhagen Street Food, another fantastic idea. An old warehouse is kitted out with food trucks selling everything from Italian antipasti to Korean street food. Everything is cooked to order with the finest fresh ingredients. It is the perfect combination of a cultural experience serving great comfort food, at low prices.

Sarah Slattery, The Travel Expert visits Copenhagen Street Food

How to get there:

SAS, Ryanair, Aer Lingus and Norwegian all fly to Copenhagen from Ireland. I few with SAS and thought the service was excellent. Get your weekend off to a good start and opt for SAS plus. For circa €65 you get a changeable ticket, 2 free checked bags, free fast pass through security, access to the airport lounge with complimentary drinks and snacks, AND – complimentary food and drinks on the flight! This is a no brainer for me – totally worth it.

Overall I think Copenhagen is a great choice for a city break. Ok so it’s not cheap but I didn’t find it overly expensive either. It’s not the place for a mad weekend. It’s all about modern culture in stylish surroundings with delicious food.

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4* Spa break in the Algarve, 7th March, 1 week, €209!

A spa break in the Algarve

Treat yourself to a spa break in the Algarve this winter. Spend seven nights in the highly rated Villa Petra aparthotel for only €209.

With a stunning coastline boasting some of Europe’s best beaches, its not surprising that the Algarve is one of the most popular holiday destinations for Irish holidaymakers. With regular flights throughout the winter months, it is attracting lots of guests looking for a quiet break with warm temperatures. February is also a popular time for golfers, so why not combine a spa break with a little golf?

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I have chosen the Vila Petra aparthotel which has an indoor pool and leisure club and is ideally situated close to Albufeira and the beach. There is also a gym, squash & tennis courts and plenty of choices for relaxation in their spa. Fly from Dublin to Faro on the 7th of March and spend seven nights here for only €209 per person. The Vila Petra receives outstanding reviews on tripadvisor and was awarded a certificate of excellence. This is a steal and probably wont be available for long – so find a friend and get planning!

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Christmas Market Breaks:

Christmas markets are very much back in vogue. Ryanair have added extra capacity to many cities throughout the winter with lots of low priced airfares available.  I chose Berlin as it has over 50 markets to choose from and something to appeal to everyone. Sip some mulled wine while enjoying Christmas carols at the traditional markets of Charlottenburg Castle or the Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church. Check out one of the Christmas Rock concerts at the Spandau Old Town market or try Europe’s largest mobile toboggan run at the lively Potsdamer Platz market. For more info on Europe’s top Christmas markets read my blog here.

Fly from Dublin to Berlin on the 1st or 8th of December and spend three nights at the Mark Hotel for only €199. Click here for more details.

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Girls Weekend Away:

Marbella is a great choice for a girls weekend away. There is plenty of style and glamour with a beachfront location, what more could you ask for! Sip a cocktail in Sinatras and simply people watch or dance the night away in the many bars or night clubs. There are lots of great shops in the old town that wont break the bank or if you want to flash the cash, there is no better place with lots of designer shops in the port to tempt you.

Fly from Dublin on the 6th of May and stay at the 3* San Cristobal Hotel for three nights for only €219 per person. Click here for more details.

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Family Holiday to Florida:

Florida is THE bucket list destination for families. There are over twelve theme parks and four waterparks so it is an adventure as well as a holiday! Enjoy the magic of Disney and marvel at the Wizarding World of Harry Potter. Shop till you drop at the outlets or swim with the Dolphins at Discovery Cove. I have chosen the 3* Ramada Gateway Kissimmee Hotel which is close to Disney but also offers a free shuttle bus to all the other main parks.

Fly from Dublin on the 8th of June and spend two weeks here for only €2399 based on two adults and 2 children. Click here for more details.

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The Top 25 Things To Do In New York


New York is one of my favourite cities! I used to make a point of visiting every year. Looking at my list of things to do in New  York below, I think its about time I took another trip …



1.  Spend a few hours in Central Park

I just love Central Park, have brunch in the Boathouse or even a coffee depending on the time you visit. Watch a baseball match, take a canoe across the lake, check out the John Lennon memorial, ice skate in the winter;  you can even go to the zoo! This park is so massive a few hours will only scratch the surface, but its a great spot to escape the madness that is New York City.

2. Visit the Statue of Liberty & Ellis Island

No trip to New York would be complete without a trip to the iconic Statue of Liberty. It is one of the top things to do in New York, so if you want to climb into the crown, make sure you book in advance. While you are there it would be a shame not to visit its neighbour Ellis Island. This moving museum gives incredible insight into American immigration. You can even search for your relatives in their database of over 51 million records.

The Statue of Liberty, one of the top 20 things to visit in New York by The Travel Expert


3. Have lunch at Eataly

A mixture of an Italian food court and a gourmet market, the world famous Eataly is the perfect choice for a quick bite.


4. Go to the Top of the Rock

Take the interactive lift to the top of the Rockefeller centre and get unrivalled views over the city. The open air observation deck is modern and spacious and for me is a better alternative to the Empire State building.

5. Visit the 9/11 Memorial & Museum

The reflecting pools are a tribute to those who lost their lives in the terror attacks. For most of us we will remember the event personally so a visit to the memorial museum is a truly emotional experience. The whole area has been rejuvenated and the Oculus building is an architectural masterpiece.

The 9/11 Memorial, one of the top 20 things to visit in New York by The Travel Expert


6. Shop till you drop!

Whether you choose Macys or Bloomingdales, the discount store TK Maxx or more subtle shopping in Soho, New York is THE place to shop! If all that isn’t enough for you, take a trip to the outlets at Woodbury Common and gets lots of designer shopping at a fraction of the cost at home. For more info on shopping in New York read my blog here.


7.  Take time out at the High Line

Locals think this is one of the coolest places in New York, personally I prefer Central Park but if you want to live like the locals this is the cool thing to do!  This park which was once an old railroad track, is situated 30 feet above the city. Stretch out on one of the large loungers, eat a pretzel from a street vendor or have a cocktail at the luxury Standard Hotel.

8. Take in a Broadway show

From Les Mis, to Chicago, to Phantom, if its on, its on in Broadway. With over 40 theatres it is THE place to catch the best shows.

Broadway, one of the top 20 things to do in New York, by The Travel Expert


9.  Eat a pastrami sandwich from a real New York deli

You have to try a piled high pastrami sandwich on rye from a local deli! It’s like coming to Dublin on your holidays and not trying Guinness!

10.  Take a hop on hop off bus tour.

This is the perfect way to get your bearings, especially if it’s your first time to visit. Try to get a seat up top and get some pics of the landmarks as you pass by.


11. Walk through Times Square

This is the ‘concrete jungle where dreams are made of’. You can’t help but be blown away by the dazzling billboards and high rise blocks. Ok so maybe it’s tacky but its also a place like no other and is one of the top things to do in New York. Complete the cliche by getting a selfie with the naked cowboy and having breakfast at Ellen’s Stardust Diner.!

Times Square, one of the top 20 things to do in New York by The Travel Expert


12. Take a stroll through the West Village

I LOVE the West Village. You almost feel like a NewYorker when you stroll through the back streets. The combination of the brownstone buildings, quirky boutiques and the local cafes gives off a completely different vibe to mid town Manhattan. It’s the kind of place I could live in very easily!

13. Have late night supper in Balthazar

From midnight on Friday or Saturday and 11pm on Sundays, Balthazar bistro on Spring Street serves up just what you need after a night on the town.


14. Visit the Intrepid Air & Space Museum

A great place to keep the men happy! Visit the legendary Intrepid air craft carrier, step inside a submarine and see the latest space exhibition.

The Intrepid Air & Space Museum, one of the top 20 things to visit in New York by The Travel Expert


15. Haggle for bargains in Chinatown

This simply has to be done. Get the latest tiffany necklace or hermes bag for around $20, sure it would be rude not to!

16. Take a Movie & TV tour

See where all your favourite movies took place, while taking a tour of the city. There are lots of great photo ops too!


17. Spend an hour in the Apple Store

Check out the Genius bar, take in a workshop or simply browse the latest technology from the market leader.

The apple store, one of the top 20 things to visit in New York by The Travel Expert


18 . Visit the One World Observatory

One of New York’s newest attractions, this is also it’s tallest building. Take the lift to the 102nd floor in under 60 seconds and experience a virtual time-lapse that recreates New York’s skyline from the 1500’s to present day.

19. Take the Subway!

Ok so this many not be one of the top things to do in New York but it is one of my top tips for visitors! If you are staying uptown near Central Park and you want to go to Soho at night time, cabs can be expensive. Live like a New Yorker and take the subway! Not only will it save you a ton of money but you wont spend hours battling the city traffic. 


20. Visit an art museum

A visit to the Guggenheim will not only enable you to see some of the world’s best art, but the building itself is worth the trip. Its cutting edge design has made it one of New York’s most iconic landmarks. The Metropolitan Museum of Art is one of the largest art museums in the world. With over 2 million works of art, you will need plenty of time for this one!

Guggenheim museum, one of the top 25 things to do in New York


21. Take a trip down Wall Street

Although its another street full of high rise blocks, it does have a certain air to it. Admire the well dressed New Yorkers, check out the New York Stock Exchange and get the obligatory picture with the ‘charging bull’.

22. Have lunch al fresco

 With stunning views of the Brooklyn Bridge, the Seaport is a great choice with lots of cool outdoor eateries to choose from. Check out the Abercrombie & Fitch store there too, it’s the same as 5th Avenue but without the queues! If you are spending the day the World Trade Centre, pop across to Brookfield Place for some great al fresco dining on the Hudson river. You can also see the statue of Liberty in the distance.


23. Sip a cocktail at the Plaza

Opposite Central Park, this historic landmark is one of New York’s best hotels. A timeless classic, a cocktail here will still be the thing to do twenty years from now.

Plaza Hotel, one of the top 25 things to do in New York by The Travel Expert


24. Soak up the atmosphere in Soho

Soho’s mix of cutting edge designer shops and trendy eateries make it a must see when in New York.


25.  Have a night cap in Bar 230

Have a cocktail in Manhattan’s best roof top bar and enjoy great views of the Manhattan skyline.


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Berlin, Christmas Markets, 2nd December, Flights & 4 Star Hotel, €278

Brandenburg Gate, Berlin

There are are so many Christmas market breaks to choose from but for me Berlin is one of the best!


There are over 50 Christmas markets in Berlin so I think it is fair to say if Berlin doesn’t get you into the spirit of Christmas, nothing will! Enjoy shopping for local hand crafts while sipping some mulled wine at the traditional Charlottenburg Castle market. Listen to some gospel singers at the Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church market while gazing at the 20 meter high Christmas tree. Take in a Christmas Rock concert at the Spandau Old Town market where over 400 stands combine to bring you one of Berlin’s largest markets. And if you are looking for something a little different, check out the Winter wonderland in Potsdamer Platz. The market in the Sony Centre’s 4000 square meter event area is sure to please. If you are feeling adventurous you can try Europe’s largest mobile toboggan run or ice skate on the 500 meter open air rink!

Berlin, Christmas Markets by The Travel Expert

Of course the beauty of Berlin is that it’s one of Europe’s top culture capitals. You can choose from over 175 musems, marvel at the murals on the Berlin Wall, pass through Checkpoint Charlie and watch the sun go down over the Brandenburg gate. Berlin is a city that just has to be explored, for more tips and advice on discovering this fantastic city, check out my blog here. Fly from Dublin to Berlin on the 2nd of December and spend three nights in the highly rated Hotel Amano Grand Central, for only €278 per person. Located in the heart of Berlin in Mitte, you are within walking distance of the Reichstag Building, Brandenburg Gate and Checkpoint Charlie.


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The Definitive Guide To The Best Leaving Cert Holidays!

The Travel Expert advice on Leaving Cert Hols

Now is the time to plan your leaving cert holidays. The promise of all night parties in scorching hot sun should be enough to get you through the tough year ahead! But where to go? Check out my top leaving cert holiday resorts and get planning.





Magaluf, Majorca

Despite some bad press over the last few years, Magaluf is still the most popular destination for leaving cert holidays. You can try to persuade your parents that you will stay in Santa Ponsa instead (lively but no way near as crazy), but realistically you will end up taking a taxi into Magaluf every night. Parents if you are reading this, you may as well let them stay in Magaluf, it will avoid late night taxis and the expense…


Magaluf has some of the best clubs in Spain with celebrities like Calvin Harris and David Guetta playing there regularly. BCM is the most popular night club and once you go you will see why, there is no place like it – foam parties, pyrotechnics, its all here. Prepare to party all night and sleep all day, although you may venture out one day for the must-do booze cruise.


Popular complexes like Mallorca Rocks include concerts in the price of the accommodation but there is no doubt the place to be seen is BH Mallorca. This 4-star hotel comes with the world’s first over 18’s water park, an upmarket beach club and most importantly the BEST open air festival venue in Majorca. They also throw in free wifi & air conditioning too.

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San Antonio, Ibiza

San Antonio has been the number one party town for many years now and is another popular choice for leaving cert holidays. Clubs like Es Paradis and Eden are household names, but its the luxurious Ocean Beach pool party venue, that is getting the massive crowds lately.


Ibiza Rocks is also popular, as the cost of live music is included in the price of the accommodation. And of course a visit to the original sunset bar Cafe del Mar  just has to be done. Remember although there are lots of great clubs in San Antonio, the super clubs like Pacha and Space are 20 minutes drive away. They do offer a great ‘disco bus’ every night though so no need for expensive taxi fares. Like Magaluf a boat party is a must, so make sure you at least surface from your bed one day to do this.

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Laganas, Zakynthos

Laganas is becoming more and more popular with leaving cert students for a few reasons. Although it has loads of nightlife, it is more low key than the Spanish islands. It still offers fantastic clubs like Rescue ( famous for paint parties) and Zeros which are open till sunrise so no need to worry, it is a serious party town. 


Prices are cheaper than Spain too, so you will have plenty of money available for partying. You can also go swimming with the turtles or take a trip to the Instagram favourite, Shipwreck beach. Make yourself do this while you are there, trust me it’s worth getting up for. TUI offer great package deals to Zakynthos, with flights and hotels included in the cost – they may prove better value than trying to put a package together yourself. 

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Hersonissos, Crete

Crete has been the top leaving cert holiday destination for many years, in fact up to recently students didn’t go anywhere else. The Inbetweeeners coming of age movie helped boost visitors to this lively Greek island, and the low cost of living and great night life saw them return year after year.

There are disco bars, super clubs and chill out bars, you name it its here, and many are free in. Amnesia in Hersonissos and the Banana Club (located in nearby Malia) also attract world class DJ’s so you can still enjoy the celebrity lifestyle.

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Albufeira, Algarve

This is the dream destination for parents, they will love you when you say you want to go here. Although still a serious party town, you are less likely to see half-naked bodies or fall over people asleep on the street. It is a good choice for those of you who want a lively holiday, but without the madness of Magaluf or San Antonio.


The old town is quite civilised and even pretty, but the nearby strip in Montechoro is where it all kicks off. A 2km strip of nothing but bars, restaurants and discos, there is plenty here to get the party started. Don’t worry Albufeira has super clubs too. Kadoc houses 7,000 clubbers but is located outside the town centre, it is probably wise to keep it away from the many families and couples who also holiday here.

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Where ever you decide, don’t forget my leaving cert holidays top tips.


1. Book with a trusted travel agent. If something goes wrong you will have someone to call and it will keep your mammy happy.

2. Don’t forget your sunscreen. Late nights mean you will inevitably fall asleep on the beach. Make sure you put your sunscreen on before you leave the hotel.

3. Drink lots of water. No doubt you will have plenty of booze, but at least if you drink water too, you might just be the last one standing at the end of the night.


4. Text your parents at home when you arrive back to your hotel each morning, to let them know you are home safe and sound. 

5. Remember the age we live in, everyone has a phone with a camera, don’t do anything you don’t want to see on YouTube the next day!

6. If you are going to get a tattoo, make it a henna one….


8. Don’t come back whiter than you left! Find some time to catch some much needed vitamin D.

9.  Make sure you have travel insurance. offer a yearly policy from only €15.95 – don’t risk going without it.

10. Stay safe. Don’t go anywhere alone and just use your head.




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The Travel Expert has been shortlisted in the Irish Blog Awards and I need your help to get to the finals!


Since I started my blog last November I have been overwhelmed by the comments of support I have received.  I am so appreciative of my success to date so I hope you will help me take it one step further and vote for me in the Irish Blog Awards.

There are lots of travel bloggers out there but many include lifestyle and beauty pieces –  I stick with what I know best – TRAVEL!  The public vote counts for 30% of the overall vote so every vote counts! I would really appreciate it if you took 1 minute of your the time to vote, it would really mean the world to me!

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Sorrento, 13th May, 1 week, Flights & 4* Hotel, €559!

Amalfi Coast

What better than a week in stunning Sorrento to start of the Summer! Chill out, relax and enjoy the stunning scenery or explore the Amalfi Coast and neighbouring islands.

The Amalfi Coast is one of those places that if you haven’t seen it, you just have to go! The views from the coastline combined with colourful hilltop towns make it a bucket list favourite. Sorrento is one of the biggest resorts along the coast and also one of the liveliest. The streets are crammed with al fresco eateries and plenty of designer shops. Sipping a cocktail as you watch the stylish Italians pass you by, is a nice start to the evening. And a nice meal in one of Sorrento’s fantastic restaurants is a nice way to end it. It is not all about Sorrento though, you simply have to explore the neighbouring resorts too. Take a water taxi to Positano, Amalfi or Ravello and admire the local villages. Visit the isle of Capri or if you are feeling adventurous, take a trip to Pompeii or even climb Mount Vesuvius!

Sorrento dining, by The Travel Expert

I found a fantastic deal in the 4* Grand Hotel Flora.  This is situated in an excellent location, only ten minutes walk to the centre of Sorrento. Highly rated on tripadvisor this hotel is not only a great choice to explore the Amalfi Coast, but is great value too! Fly from Dublin to Naples with Aer Lingus on the 13th of May and spend seven nights here for only €559 per person.

Grand Hotel Hermitage Sorrento, by The Travel Expert


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