Porto Portugal

Europe, Tips & Tricks, Travel Inspired

9 Engaging Things to do in Porto on a Budget

12 Apr , 2016  

One month of living in Porto (Portugal) is enough to make you nostalgic for life. This city is both bohemian and hard working, imposing, yet extremely friendly. If you are planning a trip to Porto, consider yourself lucky: you are in for a treat. To make things easier, we listed a few things you can […]

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Get Cultural

Underwater Photography Exhibition in Florida [VIDEO]

9 Apr , 2016  

In 2010, Austrian photographer Andreas Franke started working on The Sinking World, a long-term project intended to merge sea life and art photography. The artist organizes photo exhibitions in unlikely settings— underwater shipwrecks or in the middle of coral reefs. The famous Vandenberg shipwreck (purposely sunk off the Florida Keys to become artificial reef) is home to the […]

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Crazy Accommodation

“Carpatia Express” Train Hotel in Maramureș, Romania

30 Mar , 2016  

In Romania’s Maramureș County there is an old train converted into a small hotel with a restaurant. Even tough this kind of accommodation unit is not new for the international travelers, a train hotel concept still sounds like an exotic place to sleep. For this discovery, we should thank the guys from Zig Zag Through Romania (we wrote a […]

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starlight room dolomites (7)

Crazy Accommodation

Glass Cabin in the Dolomites Encourages Mountain Stargazing

23 Mar , 2016  

Starlight Room is one of the nicest surprises this year regarding unconventional accommodation in the mountains. This tiny cabin is located in the stunning Dolomite mountains in northern Italy. Set at an altitude of 2,055 meters, it features glass walls and a transparent ceiling built on a wood structure. The cabin sits at Col Gallina, twenty kilometers away from […]

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Belfast Streets Ahead

Europe, Hidden Places

9 Travel Experiences to Try Out in Belfast

15 Mar , 2016  

Belfast is a beautiful port city, usually associated with the birthplace of The Titanic. But this Northern Ireland capital has many surprises for the less conventional tourist as well, and we decided to list just a few: #1. Saint George’s Market St George’s Market is one of Belfast’s oldest attractions, hosted by a Victorian building […]

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green wall bike restaurant Mexico City

Eat & Chill

Giant Vertical Garden Adds Life to Mexico City Hotel

3 Mar , 2016  

Whenever we see green details in a fashionable hotel, or luxurious venue of any kind, we get a sense of “normality”. This giant green panel was designed by the team at VERDEVERTICAL (literally translated “vertical green”), a Mexican shop specializing in vertical gardens. It enhances a boundary wall of a hotel located in the historic center of Mexico City, […]

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Tree house glamping (1)

Crazy Accommodation

Dom’Up Tree House, an Original Glamping Concept

29 Feb , 2016  

Usually linked to a sense of childhood refuge or playfulness, trees are most of all a symbol of freedom, often took for granted nowadays. The Belgian guys at Trees and People started to reconsider the contemporary relationship between trees and humans. They came up with a cool project: Dom’Up. The idea behind ‘Dom’Up is to create an economic and environmentally […]

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green sand beach papakolea

Hidden Places

Seven of the World’s Most Beautiful Colorful Sand Beaches

25 Feb , 2016  

Here is a fascinating example of nature frenzy: prepare to see some of the world’s most colorful sand beaches. Red, green, pink, purple and even black are some of the colors featured in this breathtaking display of nature serenity. Enjoy! GREEN Papakōlea Beach is also known as the Green Sand Beach or Mahana Beach and […]

wroclaw, poland

Get Cultural

Why You Should Visit Wrocław, 2016 European Capital of Culture

24 Feb , 2016  

Wrocław is the 2016 European Capital of Culture; the events set by the cultural organizers are guaranteed to make your heart and mind dance together. Part of various empires and political disputes, Wrocław is a place where you can sense powerful historical vibes. The most flourishing time in the city’s development was during its Austrian rule. It […]

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Zig Zag through Romania

People, Travel Inspired

“Zigzagging Through Romania”, an Inspiring Travel Project [Videos]

21 Feb , 2016  

If you are lucky enough, you can make a traveler fall in love with a new place by sharing a good story with him or her, or by revealing a single mind-blowing photo. But what if you could do something to capture the essence of an entire country, during a single trip? Perhaps a complex puzzle that is built […]

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Camp inside Hang Son Doong

Get Extreme

Step into the World’s Largest Cave: Son Doong, Vietnam

15 Feb , 2016  

According to the geologists from National Geographic, Son Doong (or the ‘Mountain River’) is the world’s largest cave. The natural landmark is located in Phong Nha-Ke Bang National Park, near Vietnam’s border with Laos. The cave was discovered by a courageous man in 1991, who decided to face the fear of local jungle men and see what […]

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Mostar-Herzegovina-and-Bosnia

Europe, Hidden Places

14 Small European Towns and Villages To Visit in 2016

10 Feb , 2016  

Dear independent traveler, since you decided to hit the road this year, we would like to contribute with some suggestions. Here are 14 special small European towns and villages to visit in 2016! Some of these travel destinations were part of our experiences on the road, other are taken from our future “travel trajectories”. We see traveling […]

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library restaurant, cafe Pushkin (1)

Eat & Chill, Europe

Café Pushkin, Moscow’s Library Restaurant

6 Feb , 2016  

Café Pushkin is a cozy restaurant in the center of Moscow, which integrates an old library. The restaurant is housed in a baroque mansion from the 19th century. The perfectly preserved interior design and the atmosphere revives the energy and passion of the aristocratic life from the early 20th century. Café Pushkin is located on […]

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Travel Inspired, Travel Journals

Submit Your Travel Journal!

1 Feb , 2016  

Sometimes being a traveler is hard work and we are well aware of the following: all the time you put in for finding a decent map, all the calculations needed to prepare just the right amount of clothes, all the small accessories your back can support, all the strange noises coming from outside tents, how wet a […]

Lodge Kenya Safari

Crazy Accommodation

ol Donyo Lodge: Chill Between Safaris in Kenya

30 Jan , 2016  

ol Donyo is a safari lodge situated in a vast conservation area of the Maasai people in southeast Kenya. It is perched on the wild pitches of Chyulu Hills National Park, offering a spectacular view to the legendary Mount Kilimanjaro that rises to the west. Once it was built in 2008, the lodge became part of an important conservation […]

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