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Tiny Mountain Shelter in Slovenia Greets Climbers on the Edge

19 Feb , 2017  

Designed for extreme weather conditions, this aluminum&timber alpine retreat is located on the edge of Mount Kanin in Slovenia. The tiny shelter was envisioned by Slovenian studio OFIS Arhitekti and implemented by structural engineers CBD  for the adventurous climbers in the region. “This particular site was chosen because of its 360-degree views over Slovenia and Italy, and spectacular views […]

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Europe

Magical Christmas Markets to Visit in Europe This Year

15 Nov , 2016  

Each holiday season we try to come up with suggestions for Christmas markets in Europe. This time we were sent an infographic that splits this year’s must-visit markets into a few interesting categories. More to the point, if you are looking for traditional food and mulled wine, Romania is the place to be. Bucharest has a bohemian […]

Europe, Hidden Places

Travel Back in Time: Visby, a Scandinavian Jewel

30 Oct , 2016  

Visby is a city in the Gotland district, Sweden. It is considered the only historic city on the island of Gotland and the best-preserved medieval city in Scandinavia. Its name comes from the word “vis” that means “sacrifice” in the northern language. Visby is a favorite holiday destination among Scandinavians in summer, receiving tens of thousands of […]

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Europe, Hidden Places

Today’s Idyllic Walk: The Small Village of Bibury, England

17 Oct , 2016  

Let’s go for a walk today through a countryside gem in England! Discover Bibury, a small village located in the hills of the eastern Cotswolds province. Besides the idyllic location, and a fresh green grass greeting you almost all year long, this place stands out thanks to its honey-colored stone buildings. You can reach the main street, […]

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Europe, Hidden Places

Most Beautiful Villages in the Netherlands Built on Canals

26 May , 2016  

Today we want to share with our fellow travelers six charming villages in the Netherlands which you can explore by boat. Built centuries ago around small harbors, these villages unveil a rich history and Dutch traditional architecture. Discovering their narrow streets or cycling along the banks of the small canals make for some memorable traveling experiences. Enjoy […]

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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

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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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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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 […]

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 […]

Europe, Hidden Places

5 Less Known Beautiful Beaches Around Lisbon, Portugal

28 Jul , 2015  

Lisbon has its hypnotizing way to embrace you, to overwhelm your mind and your senses. Even though it is an European capital filled with noisy tourists waving maps everywhere, this fascinating city with some rural-like streets (as we call it during our incursions throughout its ups and downs) can offer a full pack of living […]

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Europe, Hidden Places

German Airship Hangar Converted into Giant Waterpark

11 Jun , 2015  

Not far from Berlin (about 60 kilometers South), there is a former old airship hangar known as the Aerium. Its dimensions are dizzying: over 66,000 m² (710,000 sq. ft) of floor space and 5 million m³ (176,573,333 cu. ft) of enclosed space. The massive hangar currently accommodates Tropical Islands, a resort  with a holiday-like atmosphere […]

Europe, Hidden Places

Hidden Treasure-Town in Europe Built on Canals: Aveiro , The Venice of Portugal

27 Apr , 2015  

Narrow streets, colorful heritage buildings, waterfront eating venues, sandy beaches and friendly vibes-these are some of the defining aspects of Aveiro, a “hidden treasure-town” in Portugal. Not one of the most highlighted destinations on the world traveler’s map, this city is said to offer an “alternative Portugal” to those venturing here from Porto (located just […]

Europe, Hidden Places

Craftsmen’s Haven in Old Town Nuremberg: Handwerkerhof

1 Apr , 2015  

Narrow cobbled streets, warm colors and tiny half-timber homes make up the lively medieval village of Handwerkerhof in Nuremberg, Germany. A dynamic craftsmen’s haven sheltered by Nuremberg’s old walls, this tiny refuge is nourishment for the traveler’s constantly-pursuing senses. The story of this pretty settlement goes back to the 15th century, when the city was […]

Europe, Hidden Places

To Visit in 2015: Mittenwald, the Village of a Thousand Violins

23 Mar , 2015  

Located not far from the Austrian town of Innsbruck, in Southern Germany, Mittenwald is an alpine getaway beautifully known as “the Village of a Thousand Violins”. The story behind this name goes back to the 17th century, when the Klotz family begun working their magic for producing fine strings instruments. By the 19th century, violins […]

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