Milan is a city that you can explore in just a day, two if you are one of those slow types of travellers. In my personal opinion, it was overrated.
Alicante is a top picked destination for tourists all over the world due to its stunning Mediterranean beaches, historical castles, and paradisiacal sunny weather.
Norfolk tends to have a reputation of being a bit behind the times compared to the rest of the UK, especially thanks to the rural atmosphere, old houses and lack of motorways. In fact, they still travel on steam trains here!
We pit the two popular European cities against each other on all the main things the average 20-something traveller would want to do.
My first encounter with Bruges was actually from the Collin Ferrell film: In Bruges. Before that, I did not even know it existed.
Lets face it, once you’ve passed your mid-twenties, you’re positively geriatric in the eyes of the typical clubber on Magaluf’s strip, while 7 day benders are becoming a struggle – the cumulative hangover would likely kill you.
They say Switzerland is an island surrounded by land. Things can be different here than in the rest of Europe, for example there’s more banks than dentists, there’s four official languages, and everyone is rich.
Not only will you have to endure a city where everyone seems to have no responsibilities and only want to party, your trip will then ruin the rest of your life when looking back at the very few things Berlin does well.
As Europe’s longest running pub crawl, The Backpacker Pub Crawl has been on my radar for some time, so on a recent trip to Dublin, myself and three friends made sure not to miss it!
Follow our route through the scenic central Swiss alps