Monday, February 6, 2023

Camino de Santiago – It’s all about the journey. Part I

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By Ava Kabouchy – Photography & Travel Website There’s perhaps no pilgrim trail more famous than the Camino de Santiago, the Way of St James in the north of Spain. Hundreds of thousands of people hike...

Eastern Europe Mega Trip Itinerary (Travel Time: 6-10 Weeks)

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Eastern Europe still remains an intriguing mystery to most of us. It offers many treasures, but those treasures take a bit of work to uncover. This itinerary starts in Berlin and circles through...

Granada’s Alhambra

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For me, one of the great joys of travel is having in-person encounters with great art and architecture — which I’ve collected in a book called Europe’s Top 100 Masterpieces. Here’s one of my...

Top10 Castles of Denmark

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Denmark has a surprising amount of castles, manors and palaces. No less than 160 adorn the Danish landscape, from the rich soils of Funen to the aristocratic environment of Zealand. The castles served a...

Best Travel Shoes For Women | In-Depth Guide To Shoes That Offer Comfort, Support...

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The most common question we get from women is about choosing the right shoes for travel—because finding cute and comfortable travel shoes that are sturdy enough to withstand hours of walking can be...

The Best Travel Shoes For Men | Our Picks For Most Comfortable and Stylish...

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Listen up guys: The most important travel rule is to wear comfortable shoes because your feet will take a beating. But you also want to wear cool-looking shoes so you don’t instantly stand...

The Best Hostels in Porto | The Backpacker’s Guide To Porto’s Hostels

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Portugal is one of the hottest destinations in Europe and Porto is quicking becoming a favorite spot for budget travelers seeking great deals. And these low prices have turned Porto into one of...

Contiki Tours Review: The Good and Bad of Traveling Europe With Contiki

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We receive a lot of questions from people asking me about our thoughts on joining tour groups in Europe — most notably Contiki Tours. For those of you who aren’t aware, Contiki is...

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,...

Reverse Culture Shock & Post-Travel Depression

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We spend so much time preparing for our overseas travels but there is one area that no one seems to talk about — the reverse culture shock and post-travel depression that nearly every...

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