You may or may not have heard of it, but if you’ve been to London at any point over the past four years you have almost certainly seen it. If you ever end up in London you should definitely plan a trip...
In many ways, Krakow is the perfect destination for the backpacker or frugal traveler. The former capital of Poland has heaps of historical intrigue and is bursting at the seams with culture, but it’s also a city with a...
When most people think of visiting the UK, they think of London. Big Ben, the Tower of London, Buckingham Palace, Westminster Abbey, the list goes on… Intersperse these famous landmarks with a few trips to souvenir shops and maybe an...
Spain has some of the most talked about food in the world. Leading the gastronomic charge is Barcelona which is the capital of Catalonia, a region rich in gastronomic history and fiercely proud of its culinary traditions. Once a...
Hewn from the rugged shores of the Adriatic Sea, the Croatian city of Dubrovnik is a gorgeous destination for any traveler wishing to explore all that Southern Europe has to offer. Appropriately dubbed the "Pearl of the Adriatic," Dubrovnik...
Anyone who knows anything about techno and clubbing knows that Berlin has become the unofficial party capital of Europe. In fact, one-third of visitors to the city visit exclusively for the city’s nightlife. For many of these tourists, the...
Thinking about things to do in Bucharest may seem difficult because this city is often unfairly underestimated. But a wise traveler would do well to put it on the same list as Central European capitals, such as Prague, Krakow...
Located in southeastern Italy, Puglia or (Apulia) is known for being the heel of the country. It is a destination often visited by well worn travelers who are tired of tourist crowds and typically laid out sightseeing ventures. The...
The Greek islands are known throughout the world for their stunning beauty, rich history, and undeniable charm, and perhaps none more so than Santorini. Lying 200 miles southeast of Athens and surrounded by the cerulean waters of the Aegean...
Cyprus is divided into two sides, Greek Cypriots (south) and Turk Cypriot (occupied north). The occupied side more or less belongs to Turkey. The history behind all this is long, and I will not go through the whole story...
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