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London By Water: How to See an Alternative…

How do you usually explore a city: by walking, cycling, or open-top bus tours? Seeing a city by water isn’t exclusive to Venice – you can do it in London, too. Whether you amble along…

Lombardy in Italy through the lens of “Call…

If you have seen the film “Call Me By Your Name”, a love story that takes place “somewhere in Northern Italy”, the likelihood is that it left you itching to experience the romance of the region for…

Get Intimate With Your Maltese Masseuse

Written by: Laura Dale Sure, the life of a backpacker is a sociable one. Within minutes of stepping off the plane you’ll no doubt have new friends that’ll last a lifetime.  You’ll forge friendships that can…

The Top 6 Things To Do in St…

Written by: Hannah Simmons Get a Taste Of Russia’s Imperial City While many visitors to Russia head straight to Moscow (a choice we wouldn’t argue with too strongly), St Petersburg has emerged from its shadow to…

Why Tiny Armenia is Well Worth a Visit

Written by: Ben Allen “Come to my house!” grinned Jora from the driver’s seat of his ageing Vauxhall. “We’ll have coffee and then I’ll drop you back off on the highway.” Twenty four hours, one gargantuan…

A Broke Backpacker’s Guide to Budapest

Written by: Jessica Nemire   It’s true what everyone says: Budapest, Hungary is dirt cheap. However, because Budapest is dirt cheap, it can be easy to spend a lot of money by accident, because you have…

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The EU is giving young people free InterRail…

Written by: Dave Owen Train travel is undoubtedly the best way to explore Europe, with almost the entire continent being connected by rail. The European Union wants young people to make the most of it – by…

24 Hours in San Sebastian, Basque Country, Spain

It’s no longer a secret: San Sebastian, European Capital of Culture in 2016, is a gastronomic gem in a land of spectacular food. If you’re planning on spending 24 hours in this city you’ll need to…