Prague, the Czech capital and the city with a view. I spent a weekend here zooming around on the trams checking out all of its famous sights and what a time I had!
Hey everyone, I'm Gary, founder of Next On The Map. Welcome and thankyou for finding your way to my travel blog! A few years ago after a little bit of inspiration I decided it was time to pull out a map and start exploring. Since then I've never stopped, I got a taste for travel and combined that with my passion for photography and now I'm constantly looking for where's next on my map.
I will forever be looking at a map planning my next adventure and if your curious about what's coming up next for me then this is it! I'm collaborating with Interrail and taking a trip around Europe to some of its most popular cities. It's going to be a whirlwind trip but I'm so up for the adventure. I'll be visiting some new and some previously explored locations armed with my camera and I'll be gathering as much blog content as possible to share with you all.
Innsbruck is named the capital of the Alps and I completely agree with that! It's a vibrantly coloured city full of charming houses and characteristic old buildings that then meet the photogenic, snow covered mountains.
What a birthday to remember in Edinburgh! Travelling to Scotland to visit the capital city was the perfect way to celebrate and the fact that we were absolutely gifted with some glorious sunshine made it that little bit better! Edinburgh is the perfect place for a weekend!
A quick weekend in Dublin made for the perfect January trip! So many different things to see and do and all nestled together within easy walking distance of each other. I had two solid days of rain but still got a great experience of Dublin and a lot of what it has to offer!
Answering one of my more frequently asked questions via blog post! What gear do I use when photographing on my travels?
Chamonix is hands down one of the most magical places I've visited. I've spent time in some snowy locations before but this was just on another level. Huge mountains in every direction, a dusting of snowfall almost constantly and the escape of some great little shops and cafes.