Roussillon – The ochre village

Roussillon – The ochre village

Roussillon, in the Vaucluse valley in Provence, is a scenic village surrounded by beautiful countryside, but what makes it one of the most impressive French villages and a unique destination is the fact that it is situated in the heart of the biggest ochre deposits...
10 different things to do after a visit to Acropolis

10 different things to do after a visit to Acropolis

Acropolis is a place, which anyone visiting Athens would want to be at least one time. It is the symbol of the city and one of the most famous monuments in the world. In this article we are going to suggest ten truly unique things...
7 reasons why you should visit Marseille …

7 reasons why you should visit Marseille …

Marseille is the second-largest city of France, its main commercial port and the most significant city of the historical province of Provence. Marseille was originally founded circa 600 BC as the Greek colony of Massalia and became the preeminent Greek polis in the region of...
Vancouver: Capilano Suspension Bridge, Grouse Mountain & Lynn Canyon

Vancouver: Capilano Suspension Bridge, Grouse Mountain & Lynn Canyon

One of the most popular attractions in Vancouver is the Capilano Suspension Bridge Park. We did a day trip, where we included also Grouse Mountain and Lynn Canyon Park. In this blog post, I will share our experience visiting those three attractions. They are very...
Vancouver: 12 things to do in Stanley Park

Vancouver: 12 things to do in Stanley Park

Stanley Park is the largest park in Vancouver. It features scenic views of the mountains and the city, beautiful beaches, diverse wildlife, winding trails, and historical landmarks. Stanley Park is famous for its Seawall, where locals and tourists alike can walk or bike.  The Seawall...
Vancouver: Stanley Park bike rental, Granville Island & VanDusen Botanical Garden

Vancouver: Stanley Park bike rental, Granville Island & VanDusen Botanical Garden

Today we are going to talk about three other attractions in Vancouver – Stanley Park bike rental, Granville Island, and VanDusen Botanical Garden. They are not very close to each other so you might need 2 days to do all three. Read all the way...
Vancouver: Gastown, Chinese Garden & Vancouver Lookout

Vancouver: Gastown, Chinese Garden & Vancouver Lookout

This summer (2019) we went to Vancouver, Canada. I have wanted to go to Vancouver for a very long time so I was super excited to have a chance to visit. In today’s post, I’m going to tell you a little bit more about Vancouver’s...
Our Favourite Stadium Hop | The Kiyan Prince Foundation Stadium

Our Favourite Stadium Hop | The Kiyan Prince Foundation Stadium

The stadium was recently renamed as The Kiyan Prince Foundation Stadium in honour of a former academy player that was stabbed to death at just 15 years old. Unlike many other teams who choose to give the stadium name rights to multi-national companies, Queens Park...
A Complete Guide to the Coffee Shops in Amsterdam

A Complete Guide to the Coffee Shops in Amsterdam

What’s one of the first things that come to mind when mentioning Amsterdam? Oh, come on, no need to lie! It is known as the European Weed capital and with valid reasons. Those known as coffee shops in Amsterdam, offer a very very wide range...
Travelling 3000km for (one hell of a) party in Aars - Day 2 | Party Time!

Travelling 3000km for (one hell of a) party in Aars - Day 2 | Party Time!

The plan was to arrive in Aars at around noon, so we started the day on a good note, by having breakfast, and we set off to a 3-hour journey. With over 100 km of ground to cover, we set our alarms early at 7.00...
Travelling 3000km for (one hell of a) Party in Aars - Day 1 | Aarhus

Travelling 3000km for (one hell of a) Party in Aars - Day 1 | Aarhus

Experimenting Backpacking with Parents Ever heard of Aars? Naah, neither had we, until last year, when our favourite music group Italobrothers announced a party in this small town at the very northern part of Denmark. We checked the dates and luckily, flights were at their...
A 4-Day Road Trip Around Sicily

A 4-Day Road Trip Around Sicily

What’s a better quick getaway than to the largest island in the Mediterranean? With over five million in population, Sicily offers great food, culture, history, markets and city life amongst many others and who could miss the active volcano of Mount Etna? Even the word...
A Guide to Mount Etna - Europe's Largest Active Volcano

A Guide to Mount Etna - Europe's Largest Active Volcano

Mount Etna is the largest active volcano in Europe, with a height of over 3000 meters and a base circumference of over 100km. However, it is easy and even more tempting for anyone to visit as it is just 35km from Catania’s City centre, on...
We'll Never Afford Venice, It's Too Expensive! Not!

We'll Never Afford Venice, It's Too Expensive! Not!

Venice on a Budget! It’s easy to say Venice is one of Europe’s most beautiful gems. It’s as picturesque as one can imagine it, with the flowing canals and the serenity that it offers. Moreover, Venice main island is car-free! Marvellous! Public transport is the ...
The Beautiful Texel - A Complete Guide

The Beautiful Texel - A Complete Guide

An unforgettable day trip from Amsterdam(and probably the best one we did) was a visit to the most populated island of the West Frisian Islands, Texel. This is a very small island but the largest of the group situated in the Wadden Sea, one-third of...
The City of Cheese

The City of Cheese

This city in the Netherlands calls all the cheese lovers out there, and we know that the number is quite large! Situated just 50-minutes, by train, north of Amsterdam, Alkmaar is a must-visit if you’d want to experience a true folkloristic city. Dating back to...
Spending a Day in Haarlem

Spending a Day in Haarlem

A great day trip from Amsterdam would be a visit to the city of Haarlem, west of Amsterdam. Getting there is very easy. It’s just a short 10-minute trip on the intercity sprinter train leaving Amsterdam Centraal. Beer lovers, your first stop in Haarlem should...
Making the Most of what Baden-Baden is so famous for!

Making the Most of what Baden-Baden is so famous for!

After a very long night travelling from Nuremberg that we were not prepared for, at all, we arrived in Baden-Baden at 8.00 am, dead tired. The city is famous for being so close to the Black Forest. As you can imagine, we were so hyped...
A Day in Nuremberg

A Day in Nuremberg

Ways to Spend a Day in Nuremberg We landed in Nuremberg at approximately midnight, and to save on accommodation we settled at the airport. The plan was to try and catch some sleep and then set off to Nuremberg centre at 6.00 a.m. Nuremberg airport...
Travelling Last Minute (To Germany) | How to Plan the Perfect Getaway

Travelling Last Minute (To Germany) | How to Plan the Perfect Getaway

Germany was a very last minute decision, as the next trip in mind was still 2 months ahead. Since it’s the high touristic season in Malta, for us Summer = Work. This one felt like too long, and we had to plan a short last-minute...
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