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Go French Yourself: The best hostels in Paris

Go French Yourself: The best hostels in Paris

How to find the best hostels in Paris for your trip Wondering where to find the best hostels in Paris? From the heights of Montmartre to the good vibes of the Quartier Latin or the beautiful streets of  Le Marais, we picked the 12 best hostels in the City of Light just for you. Insane rooftops,…

16 Sensational Cheap Eats In Paris For Every Budget

16 Sensational Cheap Eats In Paris For Every Budget

I’ve lived in Paris on and off for several years now, trying to spend as much time as I can soaking up everything this magical city has to offer. I may not know the secrets to the city’s finest dining institutions as a freelancer and blogger on a budget, but I do know how to…

19 Things To Do In Sweden On A Backpacker’s Budget

19 Things To Do In Sweden On A Backpacker’s Budget

Crystal clear lakes, mind-blowing Northern Lights, serene forests, fantastic food, medieval Viking towns, pretty fishing villages, skiing and beaches… It’s easy to see why this magical country ranks so highly in terms of happiness and quality of life. And if you’re planning to visit, it’s safe to say you won’t be short of amazing things to do…

Warning: Solo Travel Makes You Undateable

Warning: Solo Travel Makes You Undateable

A person who loves solo travel is seen as a free spirit. A true nomad who’s broken free from the shackles of society and dared to march to the beat of their own drum. The solo traveller doesn’t need another’s reassurance, they make big bold decisions every single day. They are the ones with wild…

Living for the Weekend: City Breaks in Europe

Living for the Weekend: City Breaks in Europe

Ever thought you could be making more of your weekend? Like a weekend trip? It’s easy to fall into the trap of work/study, eat, sleep and repeat! There’s a whole world out there, and if long-term travel isn’t an option right now then making the most of your weekends could be the way to go….

Copenhagen on a budget – 24 hours in the Danish capital

Copenhagen on a budget – 24 hours in the Danish capital

Scandinavia gets a bad rap (money-wise). We’ve all heard time and time again from traveller friends about how expensive it is there. I don’t know about you, but I like to make sure I’m not going to go bankrupt just trying to experience a new city. I recently spent 24 hours in Copenhagen, and saw…

Where to go in Europe while the Euro’s weak

Where to go in Europe while the Euro’s weak

This spring the euro hit a seven-year low against the pound, and a 12-year low against the dollar. The pound currently buys you around €1.40, compared to €1.20 this time last year. Now, if that’s not the perfect excuse to book a trip to Europe then we don’t know what is! To help you decide…

45 Travel Hacks that Will Make You A Better Backpacker

45 Travel Hacks that Will Make You A Better Backpacker

Yup, you read that right – call us optimistic, call us deluded, call us arrogant, call us whatever you like, but what we have for you here are all the travel hacks you’ll ever need; from ensuring you never miss a flight to finding your own personal omnipresent guide, from making sure your electronics are…

Interrail Europe – My top ten tips and advice

Interrail Europe – My top ten tips and advice

Interrailing around Europe was a life-changing experience. I found it to be like a sort of travelling Pandora’s Box with a colourful array of different and notable things contained within – attractions, restaurants, tours, parks, museums and sights all for you to experience and explore. Like in the Pandora’s Box myth however, there is an important cautionary…

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