In this post I go into detail of my top three favourite day trips that I have taken in the past and why you should consider booking onto one of these if you are visiting any of these places!
Having spoke to many people who have backpacked and inter-railed around Europe, many have told me a similar line 'you got to go to Belgrade!' 'Belgrade has amazing nightlife' 'Belgrade this... Belgrade that...' To see what the fuss was all about my and my mate Luke jumped on a flight (well actually a couple of flights) and touched down in Belgrade, the capital of Serbia to see for ourselves what this city with such a good things being said about it was really like. We were not disappointed!
Having done several city breaks before with some being organised by package holiday suppliers I have often found that I have been in fact paying more for the convenience of letting someone else organise it for me, you will be surprised how much you can save by booking your own independent city break and have some much more choice on where to stay and who to fly with! In this post I am going to give you my guide for how to book a own city break that way you want it!
Having heard of Romania (and Romanians) for as long as I have had an interest in travelling, very wrongly I had always associated the country and its people for wrong reasons. However the people I met I found very friendly and the city itself I found safe to walk around day and night! In this post I am going to go into detail of what I got up to in my city Romania city break and my advice for you to get the most out of the city if you are planning to visit!
Its a simple fact that to travel anywhere and for any duration it is going to cost you money! In this post I am going to tell you my top 5 tips for how to save money whilst travelling so you can do it for longer, but without compromising on enjoying yourself and having a good time!
Located in the north eastern, Apennine mountain region of Italy, about 40 minutes inland from the Adriatic Sea is San Marino, a tiny 24 square km state with a population of just 33 thousand people! I paid this little country a visit earlier this year and in this post I am going to go into the detail of how to get to this little state, things to be aware of and what to do whilst you are there!
When I first started travelling as a hobby, I never would have thought I would end up visiting so many amazing places! On Saturday 9th March I crossed overland from Italy into Slovenia, making it my 40th visited country. In this post I am going to give a bit of insight into what I have been up to in all of these places I have visited and my opinion whilst I was there.
Its something that not many people even think about while they are travelling within Europe, for the people who do think about it not many fully understand it... In this post I am going to explain the various travel zone of Europe and the European Area and how they may or may not apply to you.
Nestled in the middle of the Alps sits the little Principality of Liechtenstein. This tiny double-landlocked country (1 of only 2 in the world... the other being Uzbekistan) has a population of around 37000 people and one of the highest GDP's per capita in the world!