Having cast off its reputation as the undiscovered half of the continent, it has still managed to retain the sense that is unspoilt by throngs of fellow travellers.
Looking to get out of the house during the Easter holidays? London offers tons of fun activities your family is sure to love.
If you’ve been looking into doing a tour of Europe, chances are you’ve come across the term “InterRailing”, but what exactly is it, and why should you do it? Here, we’ll look at some of the pros and cons of InterRailing, and why you should consider getting an InterRail ticket for your next long trip in Europe.
How much money would you need to save up to travel the world? If you’re Timotei Rad, all it takes is €70 ($80) to get started on a three year, round-the-world expedition across much of Europe, Asia, South America and the US.
Planning to go travelling this summer? Need some inspiration on where to go? Or want to remind yourself how fun InterRailing with a few friends can be? These five travel videos are a great place to start!
Whether you’re nursing a hangover courtesy of last night’s bar crawl or are just looking for somewhere to relax, there are plenty of places in Budapest you can head to for some down time.
Last August a few friends and I flew out to Split on the Dalmatian coast for a week of sun, sea and drinks. First thing our taxi driver said to us upon arrival was “why are you here? Party season is over!”
A visit to the city is not complete without touring these unique pubs.
If you only have one day to explore this city, read on to discover my top tips!
There are often two times in young people’s lives when when you get the urge to travel and see the world. The first is before uni, when many 18 and 19 year olds head out to travel before they start their courses and enter the working world.