Trans Siberian Railway

Where To Get Off On The Trans Siberian Railway in Russia

Updated: November 8th, 2019Russia is the world’s largest country by landmass, and is part of the East Asia-Pacific region, Central Asia, the Caucasus and Europe. And yet, despite its huge size, we have somehow managed to miss it – taking the trans siberian railway is one of those journeys every traveler dreams of taking, one of those journeys we associate with exotic adventure. But sitting on a train for an entire week without getting off … Read more

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Exploring Cornwall’s Best Beaches in the UK

Updated: May 8th, 2020Exploring Cornwall’s Best Beaches – It comes as no surprise that many holidaymakers choose sunny Cornwall for their summer holiday year after year.   With 250 miles of coastline and almost 200 beaches, you’ll be spoiled for choice in Cornwall with tiny rocky coves and vast expanses of golden sand to tempt you. But, with so many choices, it’s tough to know where’s best. Here we’ve compiled Cornwall’s beach musts no matter … Read more

Göteborg Sweden City Guide

How to Travel Cheaply in Sweden on a Budget

Updated: May 15th, 2020Sweden tends to be ignored on people’s travel itineraries when they go to Europe – the main reason for this is that they fear it’s too expensive. As a result, much of Sweden’s beautiful landscapes and picturesque villages are largely unexplored by travelers, who in my opinion are missing out on something really special. The truth is that Sweden can dig a deep hole in your pocket – but if you know … Read more

Best Places to Enjoy Winter In Europe

Best Places To Enjoy Winter In Europe

Updated: November 21st, 2019Winter In Europe – Last year we wrote a few posts about where to escape the winter cold in Europe, without having to leave the continent – this time, however, we will embrace the winter and talk about the highlights of the season, and some of the best places to enjoy them. While winter is the off season in Europe and most people prefer traveling the continent during the summer, winter is … Read more

Bergamo Italy

Bergamo – The City Milan Doesn’t Want You To Visit!

Updated: October 29th, 2019When landing at Bergamo airport the message was clear: take the next bus to Milan and leave this place ASAP. The push to get people to Milan started already in the air, where you could pre-purchase your bus tickets straight to Milan. When stepping out of the airport – which for the record is called “Milan” by Ryan Air, there were so many buses waiting to bring everyone to Milan that the … Read more

Oktoberfest In Munich

Oktoberfest In Munich – Tips For First Timers Everything You Need to Know

Updated: November 8th, 2019Oktoberfest In Munich – As you walk along the streets of Munich this week, you could be forgiven for thinking that you’d stepped back in time. Men are decked out in lederhosen and checked shirts, women are showing off their curves in traditional Dirndl dresses and everyone is slurping frothy beer and enjoying huge platters of meat. It can only mean one thing – Oktoberfest is back in the town! The world’s … Read more

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Belgium Antwerp is a City of Old and New Europe Experience

Updated: November 6th, 2019Belgium Antwerp – One thing we noticed while traveling through Belgium with Visit Flanders was that no matter where we went, the people absolutely loved their own cities. It was actually very charming to see how excited they were about their home and how much they enjoyed living here – they all thought that “their” city was the best in Belgium – but nothing could compare to what we found in Antwerp. … Read more

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Ghent Belgium is Europe’s Vegetarian Capital Of The World

Updated: November 6th, 2019Ghent The Vegetarian Capital Of The World – We wrote about some of the best cities in the world for vegetarians, and the city of Ghent in Belgium was one of them. We were so impressed with this place that we thought we would expand on it a bit more. Ghent turned out to be our favorite city in Belgium, not only because of the food, but the town itself was incredibly … Read more

Cafe Culture In Europe

Understanding Café Culture In Europe

Updated: November 6th, 2019In many countries across Europe, the café culture is an important part of peoples’ everyday lives, and you can learn a lot about the locals and their traditions by simply exploring the cafés as you visit each country. You’ll be amazed by just how much they differ from each other, and how much their traditions tells you about the people themselves… Understanding Café Culture In Europe Swedish “Fika” In Sweden, café culture … Read more


How to Plan Your Visit to Amsterdam 3 Tips of What to do

Updated: May 28th, 2020Plan your visit to Amsterdam – We’re extremely late planners, and rarely book anything more than a couple of weeks in advance. So our trip from Bangkok to Amsterdam a few weeks ago was very much our typical last minute travel style, but since we have been to Amsterdam twice before the trip didn’t need much planning – this time we simply wanted to expand on our last few trips. First-timers to … Read more