With Dubrovnik suffering from too much love, check out Dalmatian coastal cities that have stunning Old Towns and UNESCO Sites to match
Our itinerary shows you not only cities rich in history but also gives you a taste for Estonian island life in the Baltic Sea.
Want to explore Latvia for a week? Our itinerary shows you a bit of everything: historic cities, National Parks and the Baltic Sea.
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.
Want to explore the Baltics, ideally by bus or train? We have the ultimate itinerary for you: an unforgettable mix of history, nature and culture.
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.
Guatemala has impressive archaeological sites, stunning natural beauty and is rich in Mayan culture and traditions. Come and experience it for yourself.
Dive aficionados get starry-eyed when they hear Belize. But the only English-speaking country in Central America has a lot more to offer than great dives.
Mexico is so much more than tacos, sombreros and mariachi bands. Find out what we learned as we explored the Yucatan Peninsula and Ciudad de México.
Would you love to travel around Cuba? We are ‘repeat offenders’. Check out what we got up to this time and how much has changed since our last visit.
Jamaica is synonymous with reggae and beautiful nature but sadly also has a bad reputation. Find out what we learned, experiencing the island first hand.
A ten-day visit to Curaçao kicked off the Caribbean leg of our Minimalist Journey. Find out what we did and what adventures we got up to.
Experience true Ecuadorean life in Loja as the cultural capital, Vilcabamba with amazing hikes and Cuenca – which represents the most European city and is home to the most ex-pats.
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.
Find out more about the history of Civil Rights Movement and how it is commemorated today around the deep south. And still more than 50 years later, gaps remain between blacks and whites.
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.
It must be said in many posts, books and tributes. All Kiwis and Aussies must make the pilgrimage to Gallipoli for ANZAC Day at least once in their lifetimes. It makes us all sincerely appreciate the sacrifice on the men, the lunacy of war and the making of our nations and who we are. Our 2012 three month trip ended with this sobering experience.
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.
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