Andrew Thompson

I’m a freelance travel writer and online marketing consultant based in Cape Town, South Africa. I spend most of my time helping companies in the local tourism industry improve and grow their online presences. But when the urge to travel takes hold, as it does frequently, I sublet my apartment, load up my small backpack, and go looking for adventures to photograph and write about.Website | Instagram

10 Things To Do In Paris For First-Timers

21-06-2016

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Even if you’ve never been to Paris, you’ll feel instantly at home in your new surroundings. You’ll recognize famous landmarks, walk the streets with a spring in your step, and lose...

5 Spectacular Walled Cities To Visit In Europe

19-06-2016

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Walled cities make fascinating tourist attractions. Throughout history, large walls were used to protect towns from advancing enemies and outside attacks. Most of these impressive ...

6 Of The Best Things To Do In Zagreb, Croatia

14-06-2016

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Despite often being overshadowed by its coastal neighbors down south, Croatia’s capital city Zagreb has its own charm. This vibrant medieval city has architecture, history, and mus...

6 Free Travel Apps (That You’ll Actually Use)

12-06-2016

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Gone are the days of paper maps and asking for directions in incomprehensible French. These days there are travel apps for pretty much every aspect of your trip. While some may tak...

8 of the best things to do in Berlin

07-06-2016

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In recent years, travelers and residents have touted Berlin as the big European city of the moment. Not in terms of size, necessarily, but in terms of presence. Unlike many popular...

How To See Venice On A Backpacker’s Budget

02-06-2016

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Venice is easily one of the most fascinating and celebrated cities in Italy (and the world), yet its charm, beauty, and popularity come at a price. But just because you’re on a bac...

7 Of The Best Things To Do In Budapest, Hungary

17-05-2016

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Budapest used to be Europe’s sleeping giant, at least as far as tourism goes. It flew just below the mainstream radar, but left those lucky enough to stumble across it in awe of it...