One of the best and most affordable ways to book accommodation in Europe

Once upon a time, hostels were the most affordable accommodation in Europe. And if you’re travelling solo, they usually still are. But if you’re traveling with even one other person, let alone more, hostels might not be the cheapest and they almost certainly won’t be the best value you’ll find anymore. We’ve found private apartments, rented through…

Navigating currency exchanges for the best deal

One of the most annoying parts of traveling is navigating currency exchanges. You’ve just gotten used to converting Korean wons and now you’re jetting off to Thailand to deal with bahts. Even in Europe, where many countries use the euro, you still might find yourself having to trade money. Northern Ireland is part of the…

Travel tip of the week- jumping airline queues

Maybe we shouldn’t tout jumping airline queues on here as this is certainly not one our most noble pieces of advice (but there are far worse things in this world). And because most US airlines charge to check baggage and don’t restrict carry on baggage so much, the overhead compartments are usually full, so if…

Pristine Lakes and Waterfalls: Day Trip to The Plitvice Lakes National Park in Croatia

If you are ever in Croatia, try and make the trip to Plitvice Lakes National Park. Being the largest national park in Croatia, the oldest in Southeast Europe and a UNESCO world heritage site, we promise you will not be disappointed! Plitvice Lakes are in central Croatia and are about 2 and half hours away by bus…