Slow Travel − The New Phenomenon
Life is very fast these days. Everyone is in a hurry and so we want to relax as much as possible as quickly as we can. Despite this lifestyle, a new traveling trend has emerged. It’s called slow travel, and it’s the opposite of everything we’re used to. It will completely change the way you
Street Food Hunters – Brave, Open-Minded and Loving Good Food
Petra and Tomáš Kubuš love traveling and street food. Their blog, Street Food Hunters, is dedicated to putting these two passions together. They introduce their readers to new destinations and the treasures of local cuisine that they find out in the streets.
Traveling as a Job – Who are Travel Vloggers?
The internet offers various lifestyles. These days, it’s not uncommon for people to try and engage viewers all over the world with the various content they share online. Vlogs that offer viewers the mediated chance to experience the feeling of traveling to different countries are becoming more and more popular lately.
Trip to the Balkans? You’ll Love Bosnia!
If you’re thinking about a trip to the Balkans, you’ve probably considered Bosnia. Is Bosnia worth visiting? What should you expect? What can you experience there? We can answer all of these questions and also offer a few travel tips!
New 60-day e-Visa to India!
We have some good news for anyone who wants to visit India. The Indian government has come up with a few changes that are meant to boost tourism in the country. The Indian e-Visa has been bumped up from 30 days to 60 days with two entries instead of one. People who dream of becoming
8 Best Tourist Routes in Europe
Hiking on foot has a certain charm to it. Just for a while, you can forget about everyday stress and connect with nature. You’ll have plenty of time to admire the beauty of this world and you’ll also get a bit of exercise! Today we’d like to share with you some of the best tourist routes
Want to Try Something New? Try Traveling on Foot!
These days, you can travel in many different ways. By plane, by car, by train, and you can even grab a bike! Or, if you want to try something different, you can go on foot. We’ve already brought you an article about a hitchhiker from Italy (Emanuele Vicalvi) and today, we’ll show you a few
Where Will You Go Rafting This Year?
Do you love adrenaline and wild water? In that case, it’s about time to plan this year’s rafting trip because the rivers we have here in Europe are the wildest in April and May. In this article, you’ll find some of the most attractive rafting areas in Central and Eastern Europe.
How to Pack for a Holiday
Packing for a holiday or for a long trip is often a form of art. Especially if you don’t have much luggage space available or if you can only take cabin baggage. We’ve put together a few tricks to help you pack. You’ll be less likely to forget something, you’ll fit more into your bag,
A Holiday in Corsica
When people hear the name Corsica, most of them think of ‘the island north of Sardinia’. This leads many to believe that “the pearl of the Mediterranean” belongs to Italy, but that’s wrong. The island has been a relatively autonomous part of France for a few centuries.