I'm Przemek, I'm a photographer living in London, who loves to travel, but doesn't get enough time to do so.
1. end of May / start of June usually gets a decent chance of nice weather (although in Scotland you do not get guaranteed weather at any time of the year). It's my favourite time of the year to go there as a photographer 2. I'm a big advocate of solo travel in... See More
My experience is that you only really need 2 days for each European city, unless you have a specific interest that you wish to explore in great detail, i.e. gothic architecture, history of Christianity, etc. Europe's cultural heritage is vast, although only the basics... See More
Get GiffGaff, they specialise in cheap, no commitment plans. A lot of my international friends are with them, when visiting the UK. I personally haven't used them, as I'm on contract with a different company (but I live here) See More
Driving in London is a complete waste of time. You'll struggle to even find available parking spaces and when you do, they run between £5 to £10 per hour. Then there's a congestion charge you have to pay (£11/day) if you want to drive around Central London, with... See More
I'm not going to answer this directly, as I don't know the answer, however bear in mind that Barcelona only really comes alive really late at night and life goes on until sunrise. Therefore a standard schedule does not apply. If it's the La Barceloneta... See More
The transport in Rome is good when it works. I didn't have any issues with the Metro (there's only 2 lines), it was fast, reliable and air conditioned. However the buses... it's Italy, so there's no schedule. You just find a bus stop and hang out until one... See More
I see previous answers are pretty comprehensive, but for food try maybe the less touristy, less obvious areas known rather to locals. Go to Hoxton Square and find the Red Dog Saloon , arguably best... See More