Saint Patrick's Day 2022 in Dublin - all you need to know!
Date: 11 January, 2022
The month of March usually brings with it two welcome things in Dublin; daffodils begin to colour the parks & gardens of the city with dots of yellow, ushering in “a grand stretch in the day” as we wish good riddance to winter, and two - Saint Patrick’s day is just around the corner!
Our Dublin Free Tour returns!
Date: 5 August, 2021
It's been a long five hundred or so days since our last free tour of Dublin, the unforeseen break bringing a halt to tourism and an eerie silence to the city's streets. Thankfully, we are ecstatic to now be able to fill the air with the sound of laughter, knowledge and passion once again as we have recommenced our free walking tours in Dublin city.
Generation Tours Covid-19 Updates
Date: 6 August, 2020
It's been a crazy few months, and it's looking like things are not going back to normal anytime soon. So, we must all adapt to what's widely being referred to as "the new normal" - a normality of being mindful, staying safe and looking out for one another in our day-to-day lives while out in the world. And while how we travel has changed for now, thankfully the beauty, charm, and intriguing history of our cities' streets are still as fascinating as ever - and we're adapting to be able to safely continue showing you our cities, and loving it!
A Guide to Must-See Buildings in Budapest
Date: 4 March, 2020
Looking out over the Budapest cityscape, be it from a perch on the hilly Buda side or from one of the impressive bridges stretching between Buda & Pest over the Danube, you're treated to what is arguably one of the most beautiful scenes of an urban landscape anywhere in the world - by both day and night; and one of the main reasons for this city's remarkable and striking beauty is its buildings.
Five incredible places to visit in Germany
Date: 26 February, 2020
When it comes to the best places to visit in Germany, you're in luck: there's a helluva lot to see and do, plus plenty of ways to travel around Germany without spending too much on transport. While the international popularity of Munich's annual Oktoberfest shines a spotlight on the nation's appreciation of great beer, there's so much more to Germany than ale and Lederhosen.
A perfect (second) day in Dublin
Date: 14 February, 2020
Only in Dublin for a day or two? We've got you covered. Here's (the second) of our top tips for the best way to spend a day in Dublin! So many of you really liked our recent blog last month with suggestions for what to do in Dublin in a day, so much so that we decided it wasn't enough! So, we've put together another perfect day in Dublin for you. You're welcome.
What's on a Free Tour of Prague?
Date: 5 February, 2020
It doesn’t matter if you’re planning on staying in Prague for just a few days or a few months, a tour of the city - particularly the historic Old Town and Jewish Quarter - is a must for any newcomer! Choosing the type of tour you want to do though, is well worth considering. So, we thought we'd give you an insight and breakdown to what you can expect from our free tours in Prague, some do's and don'ts, and answer some FAQs to help you decide if we're the right fit or you!
Expert Tips: things to do in Budapest like the locals
Date: 28 January, 2020
A moniker of Budapest is the ‘Pearl of the Danube’ – and it makes sense; Budapest glistens, it’s beautiful to look at, a gem of a city sitting within a land-locked East-Central European shell, and a unique mix of grandeur, grit, fascinating history and wonderful culture makes Budapest a real rarity.
Non-Touristy things to do in Barcelona, by locals!
Date: 22 January, 2020
Barcelona is an ultra-touristy city, and it’s little wonder why; the enchanting cityscape, punctuated with fascinating Modernist architecture, vibrant atmosphere and intriguing history of this colourful sea-side city has long-since lured travellers, and captured the imaginations of visitors. Since it hosted the Olympics in 1992, however, Barcelona’s popularity as a must-visit city has steadily and rapidly grown – so much so that the term ‘over-tourism’ and Barcelona are now frequently mentioned in the same breath.