You don’t need to walk the city walls to enjoy gorgeous views over Dubrovnik’s Old Town. We share with you 7 awesome spots that barely cost you a cent.
There is no denial: Dubrovnik gets crowded. If you are looking for a quieter, more authentic experience check out these five simple tips.
With Dubrovnik suffering from too much love, check out Dalmatian coastal cities that have stunning Old Towns and UNESCO Sites to match
Discover one of the most picturesque capitals in Europe with an itinerary that shows you both the historic and the green face of the city.
Fancy a long weekend in Barcelona beyond the tourist hot spots, with an architectural twist and a bit of nature? Here is your itinerary.
Enjoy a week in Lithuania with an itinerary that introduces you to medieval UNESCO sites, a hill full of crosses and the Centre of Europe.
Only got one day in Porto? No problem. With our itinerary full of insider tips, you are guaranteed to fall in love with this beautiful city.
Lisbon and Sintra are worth a visit, especially outside of peak tourist season. Here are 9 affordable experiences off the beaten tourist trail.
Are you planning a trip to Nicaragua and can only squeeze in one of the historic cities: Granada or León? We hope this article can help you decide.
Quito, second highest capital in the world, with volcanoes all around, and 2.5 million inhabitants, is truly an amazing city. With a historic centre, Quito has one of the largest, least-altered and best-preserved historic centres in the Americas.
Explore New Orleans and discover the best things to do and places to visit. There’s really no other place like it in the country or arguably in the world given its influences of Caribbean, French, Spanish, West African, and Native American cultures to name a few.
Neither of us had been to Canada before so we decided since we were so close, we would spend a few weeks visiting some key cities. Knowing that we had 16 nights in Canada, we decided to split them pretty evenly between Montreal, Quebec City and Toronto.
After two months in the Americas, we travelled to Europe to visit friends and family and for me, to be challenged yet again by a couple of foreign languages. Three countries and three very different experiences.
I could describe in detail all the amazing things that we did in our ten days in New York (and could do more of, if we had the money and time), but it will be better for me to describe the experiences and pro and cons of this part of the journey.
How to start an article about Rio de Janeiro? Let’s try some adjectives: beautiful, stunning, huge, hot, chaotic, crowded, loud, peaceful, friendly, smelly.
Our first tourist experience in Argentina and our first article during our three-month dance tour.