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Published : Oct, 2023

When to visit | How to get there | Sites & attractions | Food (any) | Bars & pubs | Activities: Cultural | Activities: Outdoor | Activities: Nature & Wildlife | Wellness
River rafting | 7 Mile beach | Jamaican rum | Ocho Rios | Negril | Hip Strip | Martha Brae | Montego Bay | Rick’s Cafe | Margaritaville | Bob Marley Museum | Black Rivers safari | Rose Hall Great House |
Welcome to the island paradise of Jamaica, where the sun is (almost) always shining, the waters are crystal clear, and the culture is vibrant. If you plan to travel to Jamaica, you can do many incredible things during your vacation.

This Caribbean gem has everything from tasting delicious Jamaican cuisine to exploring the world-renowned Dunn’s River Falls. You can also experience a thrilling bobsled ride through the lush forest, dance to reggae music at a beach party, or even take a dip in a luminous Lagoon. With so many things to do in Jamaica, you’ll have the experience of a lifetime.

As the island is only 145 miles long and 50 miles wide, you can easily explore the entire island in two weeks. But if you’re short on time, here are ten unique things you should do during your Jamaica vacation.

Published : Sep, 2023

How to get there | Bars & pubs
Adelaide Hills (SA) | Wineries Location | The Yarra Valley (Mel) | Where to Eat | Hunter Valley (NSW) | Barossa Valley (SA) | Margaret River (WA) | McLaren Vale (SA)
Australia is a wine-lover’s dream destination. Australian wineries have a glowing reputation around the world for their top-quality grape varieties grown in perfect climates and picturesque settings. No matter where you find yourself across the southern part of the country, you won’t be too far away from a wine-growing region...

Exploring wine regions in Australia was one of our favourite adventures when we lived in Australia. So, we can attest that visiting one or more of the following wine areas in Australia is one of the best things to do on any trip to Australia!

Published : Sep, 2023

Bars & pubs | Nightlife
Getting Around | Culinary Scene | Unexpected Weather | Queen Victoria Mkt. | Artist & Local Farmers Mkt. | Carlton Gardens | Boutique Shopping | Markets | Art Scene | Festivals | Micro-breweries
Melbourne – a hip, trendy, and vibrant Australian city brimming with culture. Its neighbourhoods have personalities of their own, ranging from bohemian quarters with amazing restaurants and fashion boutiques, to edgy, artsy areas that are home to more tattoo shops than a city could possibly need. It’s impossible to truly understand the cultural centre that is Melbourne without actually living there. And it’s equally as difficult to explore it as a visitor.

I’ve been to Melbourne 4 times. Each time, discover a whole new side of the incredibly complicated and fascinating city that has topped the charts of the World’s Most Liveable Cities. But despite my frequent visits, I couldn’t possibly try to share the best that this city has to offer without some local help. Luckily, a few of my friends and locals were eager to share their tips and recommendations for things to do in Melbourne.

Published : Sep, 2023

Sites & attractions | Suggested itinerary | Food (any) | Bars & pubs | Activities: Cultural | Nightlife | City tours & passes
famous nightlife | View of Old Town Hall Tower | Charles Bridge | Spanish Synagogue | Prague Castle (Guiness World Records -largest ancient castle) | 280 Museums | Prague River
Prague is easily one of our favorite cities in Europe, and with every visit, we fall more in love and find more and more things to do in Prague.

We’ve visited during all four seasons, and it’s safe to say there isn’t a bad time to visit Prague. We created this guide after spending a lot of time in Prague during many long visits to this amazing city.

When we visit, this is what we do. Here are our favorite things to do in Prague...

Published : Sep, 2023

Bars & pubs | Nightlife | Activities: Outdoor
Stroll Down Granville Street | Late-Night Skiing @ Whistler-Blackcomb resort or @ Grouse Mountain | Escape (rooms) @ Locked Canada | Go Canucks (ice hockey) | See Some New Theater | visit Granville Island | Laugh Your Head Off @ Theater Sports
Vancouver is well known for its party scene and Vancouverites are well known to be up for it! There’s something for everyone when it comes to the city’s best nightspots, from world-class music venues to craft beer houses, burlesque shows and everything in between. You can find something to keep you entertained until the small hours of the morning.

But if that kind of thing isn’t your bag and you’re still something of a night owl, what else is there to do in this bustling seaport metropolis? Surely there’s an alternative to dancing the night away, singing badly at Karaoke or throwing sixes on the tables? Well, luckily there is, and you’ve come to the right place to find it. Here are some of the best alternative things you can do in Vancouver when it’s passed Agness’ bedtime!

Published : Aug, 2023

Sites & attractions | Bars & pubs | Activities: Cultural | Nightlife | Activities: Outdoor | Activities: Nature & Wildlife
Tacugama Chimpanzee Sanctuary | River Number 2 Beach | Gola Rainforest National Park | St George’s Cathedral | Lakka Beach | Freetown Central Mosque | Outamba-Kilimi National Park |
The West African country makes a unique and off-the-beaten-track destination. From stunning beaches and sunsets to interesting towns with plenty of rich history and culture thrown in.

Here are the most beautiful places to visit in Sierra Leone…

Published : Aug, 2023

Midrange accom | Luxury accom | Cheap food | Bars & pubs | Shopping
Lumpini Park | Bang Krachao | Chao Phraya River | Thai handicrafts | rent a bike | cafes | coffee tour | Gourmet food market | Commons Market | Mahanakhon Skywalk | Bangkok Day Pass
Bangkok, Thailand: love it or hate it! It’s one of the best cities in the world, but to say this it took me almost 8 months of living in Bangkok. On my first trip to Bangkok, I simply hated it! I hated it with all my soul… But then, after doing some research and meeting local friends I finally learned to enjoy the city, and I also learned how to find cool things to do in Bangkok, awesome places, and unique experiences that only this great city can offer...

Published : Aug, 2023

Accom (any) | Cheap food | Bars & pubs | Activities: Cultural | Shopping
Grand Canyon | Huay Tung Tao Reservoir | Doi Suthep | Wat Chang Man | Wat Phra Singh | Wat Chedi Luang | Wat Pan Tao | Wat Buppharam | Wat Sri Suphan | Doi inthanon | Wat Suan Dok
We traveled to Chiang Mai 5 times and used the city as a base for our nomadic life. This last season in Thailand, we realized that as much as we love the city, we didn’t visit all the attractions in Chiang Mai, and it was time to hurry up, visit all the cool places in town, and write a practical guide about what to do in Chiang Mai, Thailand.

Published : Aug, 2023

Food (any) | Bars & pubs
Carpe Diem Lounge | Cocktail Masterclass w/ Tapas | Pacha Beach Club | Beer Bike Tour | Vai Moana Bar | Ice Bar Experience | Jefferson Club | Sunset Sail w/ Free Drinks | Opium Beach Club | Eclipse Bar | Wet Deck
Barcelona is one of Spain’s most popular destinations, thanks to its rich culture, delicious food and lively atmosphere. During the day, the city teems with tourists looking to visit some of Spain’s most iconic attractions, like Gaudi’s Basílica Sagrada Familia, Parc Güell and the Picasso Museum.

At night, Barcelona comes alive. In the height of summer, locals and visitors alike flock to Barcelona’s fantastic selection of bars and clubs on the beach. Whether you are wanting to sip on cocktails at sunset or party all night long, Barcelona has a beachside venue for the occasion.

Published : Jul, 2023

When to visit | Sites & attractions | Bars & pubs | Activities: Cultural | Nightlife
Christ Church Cathedral | Dublin -university town | Dublin Castle | Dublinia -hisory museum | getting around Dublin | Guinness Storehouse | Ha^penny Bridge | Long Room | Merrion Square Park | Molly Malone | Museums | River
Dublin is the capital and largest city of the Republic of Ireland, being home to nearly a quarter of all Irish people living in Ireland. And since Dublin is also home to the country's main international airport, it's the city the majority of visitors are going to encounter first.

Dublin is the Irish city that feels like a proper “city,” with tons of museums and attractions, plus no shortage of restaurants, pubs, and nightlife opportunities. Dublin is a university city, too, meaning it's got a young vibe that can be a lot of fun.

If you're headed to Dublin for the first time, here's how I would spend 3 days there...

Published : Jul, 2023

Sites & attractions | Bars & pubs | Activities: Cultural | City tours & passes | Activities: Nature & Wildlife
drink at Bellavista | Street Art | Museum of Pre-Columbian Art | Plaza De Armas | Andes Mountains | St Lucia Hill | Cajon Del Maipo | Cerro San Cristobal views | catch The Changing Of The
Chile is one of the hidden gems of South America and the capital, Santiago, has so much to offer. For most of us visiting South America is a big step in terms of location and there are so many places to go, luckily LAN and other airlines regularly have flights to and from Chile from most destinations, so getting to Chile should never be an issue.

Here are some great things that you absolutely must see and do in Santiago...

Published : Jul, 2023

Other logistics | <$50 day | Food (any) | Bars & pubs | Nightlife
Route 66 | Havana Social | Sing Sing Theatre | Onyx | Dress code for the Best Clubs | Maggie Choos | Glow Club | Gogo Bars | Mustache | Beam | Nana Plaza | Levels | Mixx | Soi Cowboy | Insanity | Barbarbar | Patpong | Demo | Penta | Boytown |
I’ve lived in Bangkok since 2010, I’ve done the standard 3 day Bangkok itinerary, I’ve done luxury Bangkok staycations, and I’ve done every tourist thing from day-trips to Ayutthaya, Bangkok’s floating market, and that railway market place where the train comes through the market! And I’ve been on both sides of Bangkok’s price point. From a broke backpacker trying to find the cheapest drinks on Khao San Road (I still do that sometimes, to be honest!) to a successful blogger where I just want a night spent in the best clubs in Bangkok. So after 10 years of ‘research’, finally I feel qualified to give you guys a list of Bangkok’s best clubs, depending what you’re after.

One thing to remember though folks, especially for travelers to Bangkok. Bangkok is a booming international city, and although there is a ‘travel’ vibe to Bangkok, the clubs are awesome here. And that means similar prices to what you know at home and similar dress codes. No flip-flops, vests or shorts! There are places for that too, I’ve added that in the cheaper section at the bottom.

Published : Jun, 2023

Sites & attractions | Accom (any) | Bars & pubs | Activities: Cultural | Nightlife | City tours & passes
Potsdamer Platz | Berlin Friedrichshain | Alexanderplatz | Berlin Tiergarten | Kurfürstendam | Berlin Neukölln | Friedrichstraße | Brandenburger Tor | river Spree | Reichstag building | Berlin Mitte | Weltzeituhr | Berlin Kreuzberg | city park Tiergarten | Berlin
Germany’s capital city is with over 3,5 Millionen inhabitants the biggest city in Germany and the biggest German-speaking city in the world. The LGBTQ+ friendly metropolis is located in the eastern part of the European country. Berlin played a vital role in Europe’s history, especially after World War II when the city was divided by the Allies into two city parts separated by the “Wall” from 1961 on in a western and eastern part. Germany and therefore Berlin celebrated its reunion in 1989 which can also be considered as the beginning of the end of the Soviet Union. Both city parts are growing together ever since, developing a unique social and cultural heritage...

Published : Jun, 2023

When to visit | Sites & attractions | Bars & pubs | Nightlife | Photography & video
sporting ambitions | Bavarian capital -most liveable cities | Oktoberfest | Marienkirche | theneo-Gothic New Town Hall | Beer | Nymphenburg Palace | bratwursts | ski areas: Berchtesgadener Land & Zugspitze | traditional costumes | Olympia Park
Beer, bratwursts, traditional costumes, and sporting ambitions – the Bavarian capital Munich as the third-largest German city has many characteristics for which Germany is famous. Even if the German state of Bavaria is one of the politically more conservative federal states, Munich has become a well-known and popular place to live for the LGBTQ + community, and not just. The gay movement began to secure a permanent place in Munich as early as the 1950s, which of course was a very positive and progressive development not only for gay men but also for the entire LGBTQ+ community...

Published : Jun, 2023

Sites & attractions | Food (any) | Bars & pubs
Day trips | Things to Do | Currency: Czech Koruna (Kč) | Old Town Hall | Charles Bridge | Transpo Options | Prague Castle | Travel Info | Museums | Bridge Tower | Letná Park
We have spent years living in Prague, and during our time we prepared a Prague travel guide to get you started on exploring this amazing city!

Rare is a city that bares its stately grace without a hint of pretension. Rarer still is the city that is not outdated by its own antiquity, that presents its storied history without getting lost in it. Rare is the city that embraces without consuming. Rare is Prague.

Published : Jun, 2023

Sites & attractions | Health & safety | Accom (any) | Bars & pubs
Centraltirgus | Skyline Bar | KGB Building | Aleponija | St. Peter’s Church Tower | Top Club | Rātslaukums | Gay Sauna | Bunker Cruising Bar | Baltic Pride | Vecriga
Here's our gay travel guide to Riga full of practical tips, including the best things to do, places to sleep, eat, drink, party, and more.

Throughout our travels in the Baltics, we were told by locals in Tallinn, Estonia that Latvian guys have six toes and horse heads!

“How on Earth can we debunk that myth for our readers, Seby?”
“I guess we’re going to have to buckle down and head off to the local gay sauna… in the spirit of research!”
“Yes, research. Of course. Purely for research…“

Well, said trip to the sauna deflated this stereotype… but let’s just say… something else about Riga men was very *ahem* horse-like!

Published : Jun, 2023

Sites & attractions | Health & safety | Accom (any) | Bars & pubs | Nightlife
Vinohrady | Sauna Bonbon | The Four Seasons | Park Letna | Piano Bar | Šeberák Lake | The Saints Bar | Podoli Baths | Klub U Rudolfa | Prague Zoo | Klub 21 | Jewish Museum | Charles Bridge | Celebrity Cafe | Petrin Hill |
We love Prague. It's magical, super gay, and absolutely stunning. It makes for the ideal weekend city break with plenty of fun guaranteed!

For us, Prague definitely ranks as one of our top destinations in Europe as well as one of the most beautiful cities in the world. It's super unique, with its striking Gothic architecture, magnificent medieval monuments, like something from a fairy tale. It's no wonder that it's one of the most visited cities in the world.

Prague is the capital of the Czech Republic, a former Soviet-influenced country in Central Europe, now part of the EU. The country is so rich with culture that you can never get bored exploring it. To give you a brief idea, its history date back to the 9th century when it used to be called ‘The Duchy of Bohemia' under the Great Moravian Empire. It was around this time that Prague Castle was built, one of Prague's most famous tourist sites. In addition, most of the beautiful and picturesque medieval buildings of the Old Town, like “Charles Bridge” were subsequently built in the 1300s by the Holy Roman Emperor, Charles IV. There's a lot to see here, which we've summarised below, but make sure you also give yourself ample time to check out the dynamic gay nightlife of Prague.

Published : Jun, 2023

Sites & attractions | Food (any) | Bars & pubs | Activities: Cultural | Activities: Nature & Wildlife
Chapultepec Park | Quintonil | Soumaya Museum | Rosetta | Polanco | Hanky Panky | Mercado de San Juan | Handshake Speakeasy | Mercado de Coyoacán | Teotihuacan | Plaza Carso | Hot Air Balloon | Pujol
Mexico City is an absolute treasure trove for travelers seeking an unforgettable experience. It’s the fifth largest city in the world with a magnetic charm that captures the hearts of visitors from around the globe. Get ready to enjoy its breathtaking parks, world-class museums, and a culinary scene with multiple restaurants that are recognized as some of the bests in the world.

In recent years, Mexico City’s international tourism scene has gone through a remarkable transformation, especially with everything that went down during the pandemic. You won’t believe the influx of digital nomads and adventurous wanderers from the United States and beyond. While many countries closed their doors, Mexico said, “Hey, come on in!” This open-minded approach not only put Mexico City on the map but also skyrocketed its popularity among travel enthusiasts since 2020.

Let me take you on a journey beyond the usual tourist hotspots. Together, let’s explore some hidden gems and savor delightful gastronomic experiences that will make your trip to Mexico City truly unforgettable. Get ready for my handpicked list of activities and culinary delights, giving you a fresh and vibrant perspective on this extraordinary city. Let’s dive in!

Published : May, 2023

Health & safety | Accom (any) | Food (any) | Bars & pubs | Nightlife
Where to Stay & Be Safe | 4) Condesa | Common Crimes | 5) Polanco | Best Safety Tips | Travel Planning | 5 Safest Places | 1) Reforma | 2) Centro Histórico | Travel Scams | 3) Roma
Many people want to make Mexico the next destination on their bucket list of adventure travel, but the question can arise: is Mexico City safe to visit now?

The country has a bit of a reputation, after all, so is its largest city a safe destination? Or is Mexico City dangerous for tourists?

Published : May, 2023

Sites & attractions | Food (any) | Bars & pubs | Activities: Cultural | Activities: Outdoor | Photography & video
Rottnest Island | Double Rainbow | Trigg Beach | surfing | Yallingup | Art Galleries | Scarborough Beach | Cottesloe Beach | Margaret River | Fremantle | Balthazar | Perth Centre for
Perth, Australia is a fun and picturesque city on the West Coast of Australia. Framed by stunning beaches, the city offers a sun-loving and summer atmosphere where visitors are able to bathe in the beach lifestyle while discovering all the city of Perth has to offer.

Perth is the ultimate travel experience, where stunning beaches and well-kept parks meet a bustling city metropolis filled with small bars, creative restaurants, and interesting street art.

Perth is nestled in the great outdoors of Western Australia. Relax on tranquil white sand beaches, or visit bustling art galleries, historic districts, and epic events. Further out from the CBD of Perth are lovely wineries and captivating wildlife.

Here are some of the best things to do in Perth, Australia.

Published : May, 2023

Sites & attractions | Suggested itinerary | Food (any) | Bars & pubs | Activities: Cultural | Nightlife | City tours & passes | Activities: Outdoor | Activities:
Balboa Park | Oceanside | Anza-Borrego Desert State Park | San Diego Zoo | Carlsbad | Little Italy | Rady Shell | LEGOland | Petco Park | Sesame
Hear about things to do in San Diego California as the Amateur Traveler talks to Maria Hasse from about her adopted hometown.

Why should you go to San Diego?

Maria says, “Because it’s the best city in the world. No, seriously. The weather’s always perfect. It doesn’t get much colder than 55 degrees in the winter. And it doesn’t get really hot in the summer. Usually, it stays around 75 to 85 degrees depending on where you’re at in the county. And the sun’s always shining except for this winter, of course. And there’s just so much to do. There’s so much variety. You can go literally surfing and skiing in one day and that is something that not a lot of places offer. It is one of my favorite places and I travel a lot, so that means something.”

Published : May, 2023

Sites & attractions | Bars & pubs | Activities: Cultural
Alquimico | Plaza Sto. Domingo | Cartagena Cathedral | Bocagrande | Barrio Getsemani | Plaza de Bolívar | Parque del Centenario | Plaza de San Diego | Convento de la Popa | Caribe Jewelry Museum | Walled City | Museo del Oro Zenu | Rosario Islands | La
Looking for a colorful destination with adventure, culture and delicious food? Then Cartagena (Cartagena de Indias), Colombia should definitely be on your bucket list. This vibrant city, also known as the ‘Walled City’ or the ‘Heroic City’, is steeped in history, tradition, and stunning architecture. Its colorful buildings, cobbled streets, and bustling plazas make it a photographer’s paradise, while its lively nightlife and delicious cuisine will satisfy any traveler.

But with so many things to do in Cartagena, where do you start? Don’t worry, I’ve got you covered. From exploring ancient fortresses to sipping on fresh coconuts, here are our top picks for the best things to do in Cartagena.

Published : Apr, 2023

Sites & attractions | Bars & pubs | Activities: Cultural | Activities: Outdoor | Activities: Nature & Wildlife
Hiking | Soufrière Hills Volcano | Plymouth | Montserrat Volcano Observatory | Jack Boy Hill | Woodlands Beach | Rendezvous Beach | Isles Bay Beach
Hear about travel to the Island of Montserrat as the Amateur Traveler talks to Dan Dekker about his visits to this island with an active volcano.

Why should you go to Montserrat?

Dan says, “We did two trips in the winter several years ago, and then we always wanted to do a longer trip and we have kids, so we went this summer or last summer for two weeks and stayed two weeks in the summertime, which is definitely their off-season. But why we keep going back, it’s just so quiet, and relaxing. I try to like, think of a good way to sum up Montserrat, and my favorite way is to say, if a cruise ship is your perfect dream vacation, then Montserrat is not for you. If you wanna be around 3,000 other tourists and have a giant corporation prepare your meals every night, that is not Montserrat.”

Published : Jan, 2023

Accom (any) | Food (any) | Bars & pubs
Where You’ll Find Me Eating | Where You’ll Find Me Drinking | Where You’ll Find Me Caffeinating | My Favorite Things to Do in New York City
New York has recently become my unofficial home base, and after spending six months here before taking off to Colombia, I’m in town for a quick five-day layover to see friends and family before my trip to Israel. With only 120 hours in the city, I’ve got a lot of people to see and a lot of places to go.

These are my favorite places to eat, drink, and have a laugh in New York City. You might find me at any one of them...

Published : Jan, 2023

How to get there | Sites & attractions | Local transport | Accom (any) | Bars & pubs
Where to Stay | Best Side Trips | Where to Eat | Insider Advice | Best Things To Do | Best Places to Explore | A Big Night Out | Best Places to Drink | Best Places to Shop | Recommended Transportation
20 years ago Shanghai was nothing more than another fishing village in China. In a few short decades, Shanghai has undergone an incredible level of development, and has become a booming metropolis and a financial and commercial center for not only China, but all of Asia.

Thankfully, despite its fast paced development, Shanghai has retained a lot of its history...

Published : Dec, 2022

Accom (any) | Bars & pubs | Nightlife
Sukhumvit | hostel near BTS | Chatuchak Market | Soi Cowboy | Slumber Party - Khaosan | Slumber Party - Soi 1 | Bodega Hostel
Thailand's capital Bangkok is a popular city among backpackers and digital nomads, do not fear to visit Thailand on your own, I promise you will meet people along the way! The city will never leave you bored, as there is so much to do and explore for anyone's budget. The easiest way meeting fellow travelers is by choosing to stay in a hostel, there is plenty choice if you search online for hostel Bangkok.

This blog post will give you an overview about the best places to stay in Thailand's capital to meet other travelers or make new friends - lets find out, which one is the best party hostel in Bangkok!

Published : May, 2022

Sites & attractions | Bars & pubs | Activities: Cultural | Nightlife | Activities: Nature & Wildlife
Big Buddha Temple | Mini Siam & Mini Europe | Talad Tote Night Market | Walking Street | Nong Nooch Botanical Garden | Cartoon Network Amazone | Teddy Bear Museum | Khao Chi Chan | Ramayana Water Park
Pattaya is one of the most popular resort towns in Thailand, located just 2 hours south of Bangkok. There is no shortage of things to do in Pattaya or beautiful places to visit in the surrounding area...

Today, tourism accounts for most of the local economy with more than 14 million visitors in 2018. Pattaya has also gained a notorious reputation for its walking street that is lined up with bars and nightclubs...

Published : Apr, 2022

<$50 day | Food (any) | Bars & pubs
Boonrat Dim Sum | Jia Chai Veget. Resto. | Nong J Veget. Resto. | Ding Li Ji Fan | Ko Yoon Phuket Noodle | Little Open Cafe | Khun Jeed Yod Pak Resto. | Sun. Walking St. Market | Aroon Po Chana | Kopitam
Phuket is a lush, forested and mountainous island located in the Andaman Sea and well known for its sandy beaches and lip-smacking food. Being geographically separate from the rest of Thailand and on the ancient trade route between China and India, Phuket has a number of cultures defining its cuisine today, including influences from central Thailand, China, Europe, Malay and India. Phuket Old Town probably has the best concentration of restaurants on the island where you can discover a number of really high quality, diverse and affordable restaurants. In this Phuket Old Town guide, I’ve outlined where to eat in Phuket Old Town on a budget.

Published : Mar, 2022

Sites & attractions | Suggested itinerary | Food (any) | Bars & pubs | Activities: Cultural | Nightlife
Kod Ljupceta | Gradić Pejton | Belgrade Fortress Kalemegdan | Great War Island | National Theater (1869) | Nikola Tesla Museum | National Museum of Serbia | Millenium Clock & the Staklenac | Republic
If you are planning a trip through the Balkans or simply dreaming of visiting this fascinating region of Europe, Serbia must be on your list and so its capital city, Belgrade. It is one of the oldest cities in Europe and the most populous one in the whole former Yugoslavia. Belgrade is so rich in culture, events and things to do in general, that 3 days will be perfectly fine to visit it and get a sense of its magic! This is why we tailored this beautiful 3 day itinerary of Belgrade, rich in suggestions on what to do and see in this charming city.

Published : Jan, 2022

Sites & attractions | Bars & pubs | Nightlife | Activities: Outdoor | Shopping
Grand Royale Hotel | traditional pubs to glitzy nightclubs | Hyde Park | Phantom Of The Opera & Les Miserables (show) | World Class Sports | Premier League football | West End -shows | Camden Town
London is one of the best cities on the planet. I understand that the weather can be a bit dodgy at certain times throughout the year but when the sun is shining I think it’s difficult to name a better city than the capital of England. Each year I spend about a month living it up and enjoying everything that London has to offer, every time I go back I find new things to enjoy – it is absolutely impossible to get bored in this city!

If you haven’t been to London yet then you need to get booking your trip there asap! Here are some top things you can do when you’re there, I guarantee that all of these options ensure you and your group will have a time to remember. And don’t forget to check the hourly weather as it might rain unexpectedly!

Published : Sep, 2021

When to visit | How to get there | Suggested itinerary | Accom (any) | Bars & pubs
Nunna - Sauna - Kuldjala Towers | Old Town | Oldest Pharmacy | Pubs | St. Olafs Church | Town Square
We almost didn’t get to spend a day in Tallinn. Waking at 5.00am on a January morning in Helsinki, we looked outside to see flurries of snow and temperatures well below freezing.

A thirty minute walk in the dark to the ferry terminal didn’t seem like a hugely appealing activity, particularly as neither of us had slept particularly well the night before, and the thought of tramping around an unknown city in these conditions wasn’t exactly filling us with joy.

Still, we’d already paid for the ferry tickets, and it seemed a shame to let those go to waste, despite the tempting warmth of our hotel bed. So we prepared ourselves and headed out into the snow for our half hour walk to the ferry station, after which it was an easy two hour ferry ride to Tallinn.

Once there, we got off the ferry and had, well, an unexpectedly wonderful day. Here are some of the reasons Tallinn needs to be on your list, that you could use to create your own:

Published : Aug, 2021

Sites & attractions | Accom (any) | Bars & pubs | Nightlife | Activities: Outdoor
Psarou Beach | Cavo Paradise. | Elia Beach | Paradise Club Mykonos | 180 Sunset Bar | Belvedere Hotel | Scorpios | Super Paradise Beach Bar | Tropicana Beach Bar. | Scandinavian Bar
I have to admit, when I went to Mykonos for the first time, I was completely caught off guard. I was very excited about a relaxing and sun-soaked holiday on the best beaches on Mykonos.

Little did I know, that of all of the Greek islands, Mykonos is famed for incredible beaches but especially for the world-renowned party scene and HUGE crowds all summer long. If I were to relate my experience in Mykonos to anything, it would be that of a raging good time in Vegas.

Parties all day. Parties all night.

So, for newbies to this particular Greek island, I’ve created this Mykonos Beach and Party Guide to help you gauge your trip depending on what you want to experience… whether it’s a low-key beachside stay or one of the craziest weeks of partying you’ve ever experienced!

Published : Jun, 2021

How to get there | Accom (any) | Food (any) | Bars & pubs | Nightlife
InsideOut Escape Games | Pub Tram Spårakoff | Museums | Aalto House Helsinki | theme park Linnanmäki | public saunas | Tom of Finland – The Pleasure of Play | Restaurant Tip
A Gay Couple City Weekend in Helsinki, Finland. Helsinki, the Finnish capital, is one of those destinations everyone should have on their top three travel bucket list for a city trip in Northern Europe. Kept as a secret, the citizens of Helsinki are more than proud to live in their wonderful city closely connected to nature...

Published : Apr, 2021

Sites & attractions | Bars & pubs | Activities: Cultural | Activities: Outdoor
Rolling hills | Bruges | Arenberg Castle | Keizersberg Abbey | Horst Castle | Klein Begijnhof | Tervuren | UNESCO-listed Groot Begijnhof | Vlierbeek Abbey | Metafoor | Abdij van Park | Belgian countryside
Bored of standard recommendations for things to do in Leuven? I feel ya. After more than a year in the area, here’s what I recommend to people visiting Leuven, Belgium. See the end of the post for a map.
The first few times I visited Leuven I was a tourist. These days, I’m its prisoner.

Just kidding. Sort of...

Published : Feb, 2021

Sites & attractions | Bars & pubs | Nightlife | Activities: Outdoor | Activities: Nature & Wildlife
a tropical paradise | beautiful white sand | crystal-clear azure water | Deep Bay Beach | Dickenson Bay | Ffryes Beach | Fig Tree Drive | Fort Barrington | Great Bird Island | Half Moon Bay | Heritage Quay
With endless white powdery beaches lapped by sparkling enamel-blue water, Antigua is everyone’s idea of a tropical paradise. Add in lashings of rum, candy-colored villages, gleaming yachts, and friendly locals and you have a seriously gorgeous travel destination.

From pretty bays to tranquil islets here are the most beautiful places to visit in Antigua…

Published : Jan, 2020

Accom (any) | Bars & pubs | Activities: Cultural | Nightlife
Eating on budget | Entertainment the Japanese way | Tokyo Metropolitan Bldgs. | Karaoke | view Mount Fuji | sake | Kabukichō or Red-Light District | Jazz bars | Golden Gai | Shinjuku Natl. Gardens | Shinjuku -Tokyo`s economic hub | Omoide Yokocho | Taisoji Temple | Asia’s biggest red-light district | Samurai Museum |
Shinjuku is the economic hub of Tokyo and boasts Japan’s top shopping area. It is home to Asia’s biggest red-light district and is one of the best tourist districts in the city. Shinjuku is on the go day and night, a city that never sleeps.

Tokyo is indisputably one of the most expensive cities in the world. It is, however, possible with careful research and planning to travel to Tokyo on a budget. There are many options to choose from, so save on transport, food, and accommodation and you can use your funds to enjoy some of the entertainment on offer.

Published : Jan, 2017

Bars & pubs | Activities: Cultural
be surprised if locals out-party (til dawn) | eat on Las Ramblas (overpriced) | underestimate pickpockets/thieves | be surprised of long line in Sagrada Familia | expect to eat before noon
Barcelona! The Home of Gaudi & The Sagrada Familia, Camp Nou, The Best Beach City in Europe, So Many Great Museums to See, Things to Do & Places to Eat. This video is on the things that tourists and travelers should not do when they come to Barcelona, Spain.