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Backpacking Europe Packing List

I wrote this backpacking Europe packing list because packing for travel can often be very difficult — especially for beginners. Many first-time travelers make the mistake of bringing way too much gear so that...

The Most Visited Cities In Europe | A Guide To The Most Popular European...

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Europe receives around 746 million international arrivals every year but what are the most visited cities in Europe? In this guide, I thought it would be helpful to outline the most popular cities...

Barcelona Travel Guide — How to Visit Barcelona on a Budget

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Barcelona finds its way onto most itineraries… and for good reason. It has a vibrant food scene, a plethora of unique historic architecture, great Mediterranean weather, beautiful beaches, and arguably the best nightlife in Europe. This Barcelona...

The Best Prepaid Mobile Data Plans and SIM Cards in Germany | How To...

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Having fast and reliable mobile data while traveling around Germany is essential because modern German life relies on having mobile data—train tickets have gone digital, restaurant menus are digital, museum/event tickets are electronic,...

Backpacking Through Europe Cost | How Much Does It Cost To Backpack Europe?

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So you’re thinking about backpacking through Europe? Great! But the big question that’s on everyone’s mind is “how much does it cost to travel through Europe?” When I first backpacked in Europe...

The Best Prepaid SIM Card Data Plans For USA Travel

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Having fast and reliable high-speed data for your phone is essentially a requirement when you travel to the USA but visitors are often surprised that prepaid SIM data plans aren’t as widely available...

Savouring Split

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Ever dreamt of spending the winter in a Roman Emperor’s oceanfront palace, enjoying both nature, history and the seaside? While some keep on dreaming, full-time nomad Jocelyn Garwood turns her dreams into reality and...

6 hours in Burano – Colours of the Venetian Lagoon

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By Soham Nagchowdhury It was 11 o’clock on our 3rd day in Venice, and the weather was moist with little rain. Our morning had been spent ambling along the Fondamente Nove (Central passage), and now,...

Allbirds Tree Dasher 2 Review | An Honest Look at The New Sustainable Performance...

As an avid 30-mile-a-week runner and NYC dweller, I’m always on the lookout for comfortable shoes that withstand pounding the pavement—while both walking and running. I’m also trying to be more environmentally conscious...

The Red Corals of Zlarin

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By Anita Palada, Croatian Travel Journal – https://croatiantraveljournal.com According to Greek mythology, red corals were made when Perseus beheaded Medusa and threw her head into the sea. Covered in blood from Medusa’s head, the seaweed at...

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