The Best of Porto (& Free Things To Do)

The Best of Porto (& Free Things To Do)

Porto, also known as Oporto, is the second largest city in Portugal. For a color seeker like me, it was love at first sight. With the old-ish vibes, the colorful scenes and Douro River in the background it was quite hard not to fall for Porto. Any Port wine addicts...
20 Interesting Things You Must Know About Portugal

20 Interesting Things You Must Know About Portugal

Portugal; a mix of stunning landscapes, colorful cities and old trams. The country sits on the edge of the Atlantic Ocean. Under the warm Portuguese sun, there’s also the freezing cold areas. The ocean is a big trap. It’s bloody cold in there. Between the natural...
What To See In Budapest In 2 Days – On A Budget

What To See In Budapest In 2 Days – On A Budget

Many travelers love Budapest. You only need to get there to understand why. Budapest is the kind of city where I could easily live. And I don’t say that very often! It is affordable for budget travelers, pretty fun for party animals and full of history for the...
Visiting Auschwitz from Krakow, Poland

Visiting Auschwitz from Krakow, Poland

The first time I visited Europe I was amazed by its history. I went to Berlin and decided to take one day to visit a concentration camp. I always had a big fascination for the world wars as creepy as it sounds. I get it, perhaps I’m not picking the right words here....
11 Things That Must Be On Your Canadian Bucket List

11 Things That Must Be On Your Canadian Bucket List

Located in North America, Canada is the second largest country out there.  Canadians are known for being kind, over-using “Eh” and being quite tolerant of the cold. (Or at least, they wish!)   Imagine the prettiest mountains and huge glaciers surrounding crystal...
Driving in Scotland – Road-Trip Itinerary

Driving in Scotland – Road-Trip Itinerary

If you’re heading to the UK, you must add Scotland to your itinerary. I haven’t been to Northern Ireland yet, but so far, Scotland is my favorite place in the UK. Why? Simple; it’s less crowded, friendlier and absolutely stunning! If you only have one week to drive...