Copenhagen City Guide

COPENHAGEN CITY GUIDE Spend a few days in Copenhagen and you will see why the city usually tops the lists of the best places to live in. Bikes, historic buildings, cool cafés, parks, trendy people and even more bikes, Copenhagen is the perfect destination for a short relaxing break. Despite not being a small city, it is easy to move ... Read More

Herb Lester Associates Travel Guides

Since we introduced the City Guide section on Future Positive, we pay a lot of attention to city guides available in bookshops. When travelling, we try to avoid the most touristy spots in the city and always look for places that will let us experience the city as it really is. While planning our next trip, we came across Herb … Read More


On our recent trip to London, we realised that some neighbourhoods are best experienced on two wheels. From the place where we stayed in Wapping, we cycled along the canal to Broadway Market in Hackney for a quick breakfast, then passed some great coffee shops on the way to Angel, from where we cycled up to Camden Town for a … Read More

Travel: Newcastle

Last weekend we decided to leave Edinburgh for a day and travelled south to Newcastle upon Tyne. We started our day with a walk around Grainger Market, one of the city’s prominent landmarks. Listed as a Grade I buidling and designed by John Dobson, the market opened its doors in 1835. Although the original use of the market for meat and … Read More

Travel: Wroclaw

We’ve recently come back from our short trip to Wroclaw, one of the largest cities in the west of Poland. We’ve selected a few photos of some buildings and places that really impressed us. We specially enjoyed hanging out in the up and coming Borough of Four Temples in the Old Town which is full of small cafes, trendy bars and … Read More