7 Alternative Christmas Markets by Train

24-10-2019

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Europe is the home of Christmas markets. Vienna’s was the first in 1298, while Germany’s famous Christkindlmarkts began in 1384. Naturally, you can now find the world&#...

Where the locals go in Thessaloniki

03-10-2019

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Thessaloniki might be Greece’s ‘co-capital’, as it’s often referred to within the country, but that’s no reason to skip it. In fact, this city is an ideal gateway to the Balkans, w...

The true size of Europe

26-09-2019

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When you’re from a country in Europe, it’s quite difficult to really grasp how big countries like Australia, Brazil or the US are (like, really really big). Well, this ...

Where the locals go in The Hague

19-09-2019

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Travelling to the Netherlands? You’re probably considering Amsterdam and/or Rotterdam as possible destinations already, but how about The Hague? The oft-overlooked Dutch city has a...

Where the Locals go in Cologne

05-09-2019

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The largest city on the Rhine, Cologne seems to have it all, including a convenient location: Brussels, Amsterdam, Luxembourg and Paris are all four hours by train, so it’s worth d...

Sustainable Travel: a Guide for Beginners

29-08-2019

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If you’re considering getting a Eurail Pass for your trip around Europe, you’re already halfway there! But sustainable travel doesn’t stop there: there are plenty of ways to incorp...

Where the Locals Go in Sofia

22-08-2019

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Sofia, the capital of Bulgaria in the beating heart of the southern Balkans (with connections to Romania, Greece, Serbia and North Macedonia), is another frequently misunderstood c...