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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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Europe, Hidden Places

11 Best Beach Destinations in Europe for Traveling on a Budget

21 Feb , 2013  

People usually fail to correlate traveling towards hedonistic and utterly relaxing places, with a tight budget. This is particularly true with seaside escapes, which most tend to label as “expensive” from the very start. Well, we have done some research and discovered some beaches in Europe, where you can stay for a week or even more, […]

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Tips & Tricks

A London Hostel Reviving Victorian Charm

15 Apr , 2017  

While searching for a place to stay in London, things got complicated. We realized we wanted many things from our accommodation “hotspot”, the “root” of all our daily city walks and discoveries. We craved for a crib slightly on a budget, with a great location and good services. But most of all, we needed a […]

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Crazy Accommodation

Banksy opens Walled Off Hotel next to the Bethlehem Wall

14 Apr , 2017  

Walled Off Hotel is a new daring project from the British anonymous street artist called Banksy, a space recently opened in Palestine, one of the most complicated conflict areas in the world. Israeli tourists are welcomed in the hotel, as one of Banksy’s goals is to open an unconventional dialogue between the two parts. The nine-room […]

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Europe, Hidden Places

The Unknown Wonders of Denmark

31 Aug , 2015  

  Denmark is a remarkable country, boasting a long history, quaint and stunning scenery, and modern, cutting-edge sophistication. The small country with a big heart There are the famous areas of Denmark, such as Copenhagen, that attract the majority of tourists, and with good reason. Copenhagen is Denmark’s capital, a celebrated city with a history […]

Tips & Tricks, Travel Inspired

Six Websites That Will Help You Find Free Accommodation

25 Aug , 2015  

After your flights, your accommodation is going to be the next biggest travel expense, and if you’re not an experienced budget traveler, they can easily cost you just as much as your airline ticket, if not more. Luckily, there are plenty of websites that can assist you with cheap itineraries. LifeHacker explains that searching for […]

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Get Cultural

Cultural Wanderlust: Four Less Known Original Museums in the UK

21 Jul , 2015  

If you’ve already explored the popular destinations in the United Kingdom such as the London Eye, Stone Henge, Windsor Castle, or Big Ben, you’re probably craving to point your compass to another tourist hotspot. For those who are experiencing a strong sense of wanderlust, another activity that you can do in the UK is to […]

Europe, Hidden Places

Traveling to Santa Claus Village, Lapland: Christmas Traditions in Finland

6 Nov , 2014  

Reindeers, husky sleigh rides, ice sculptures and glowing Christmas trees add up to the magic of Santa Claus Village (located north of Rovaniemi), the place where Christmas feels most at home. Traveling to Rovaniemi, Lapland in Finland for Christmas is more rewarding when equipped with some general information regarding the country’s traditions. Christmas in Finland […]

Get Cultural

Leicester Square, London’s Cinema Land

28 Sep , 2014  

Centered around a small park, Leicester Square is an open invite for visitors to relax, take a long walk and …see a fine movie. This is a place to visit during upsetting showers or when in need of some holiday drama. Currently known as the core of the West End entertainment district, Leicester square has […]

Get Extreme

Three Extreme Sports You Can Try Out in London

22 Sep , 2014  

We recently shared some interesting places to dine in London, while enjoying a bird’s eye view of the city. In this post, we will have a look at three extreme sports you can practice while visiting here, just in case sightseeing gets old. #1. Ice Climbing on Vertical Chill If you’ve never tried ice climbing […]

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Eat & Chill

5 Dazzling Eating Spots With London at Your Feet

11 Sep , 2014  

We are constantly on the lookout for spectacular perspectives. If you are planning on visiting London, here are five incredible ways to have a cocktail or enjoy a good meal with panoramic views of the city below: #1. Dinner in the sky Dinner in the Sky is hosted at a table suspended at a height of […]

Hidden Places, North & Central America

10 Things to Do This Winter In Ixtapa, Mexico

8 Sep , 2014  

Ixtapa is a beach holiday retreat located in the municipality of Zihuatanejo de Azueta, in the Mexican state of Guerrero. Best to visit from mid-November to March, the resort is a good winter destination for some adventurous leisure time, as well as for visiting some interesting cultural venues. Without further ado, here are ten things […]

Europe, Hidden Places

Vibrant London Landmarks: Portobello Market and Chinatown

15 Aug , 2014  

  Portobello Market in West London is visited every Friday and Saturday by nearly 100,000 guests. Representatives of every single nation in the world stroll past a mile-long strip of multicolored Victorian homes, attracted by the vibrant spirit. Nearly 150 years old, Portobello Road Market started out as a village and its old charm is […]

Asia, Hidden Places

Mystical Aura, Impressive Sights: Shangri-La in Tibet

5 May , 2013  

With its millenary culture, exotic food, and fascinating landscapes, China is one the world’s greatest travel destinations. Because this Asian nation is the second largest country in the world, tourists often need to plan their trip well or focus on only one region in order to have an enjoyable travel experience. The province of Yunnan […]

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Crazy Accommodation

Africa’s Most Unusual Hostel: Santos Express Train Lodge

10 Mar , 2013  

We don’t know about you guys, but after 8 to 10 hours of train traveling (in order to reach the sea), the last place we would like to sleep in is… another train- as subjective as that may sound. However, we have to admit the idea of a train-hotel (like Santos Express Train Lodge) is creative […]

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