A few weeks ago, a friend of mine borrowed me ‘The Little Book of Hygge: The Danish Way to Live Well’. And I read it in a day! I realised I’m already doing many things suggested in it. But, I also created some kind of hygge while travelling without even realising. So, I thought of sharing here some ideas of how to hygge while travelling with you.
When travelling as a non-native English speaker, each trip abroad is an excellent opportunity to practice your language skills. But have you ever wondered how to improve your English while travelling abroad? There are some interesting short language courses travellers could take and work on their language skills while exploring the new city, meeting other fellow travellers and having a lot of fun.
I love to travel. I actually like it so much I created a profession out of it for myself. However, with the COVID-19 outbreak, now it’s not the time to travel. Most of us are in some kind of quarantine or self-isolation in a moment. But, to both stay safe and SANE, it’s nice to create some fun to yourself out of your forced staycation at home. To help you out with that I’ve created a guide with ten tips on how to feel like you’re travelling when you’re not.
If you’re following my blog for some time already, then you may have read I’m moving to Canada next month. Well, I’m all excited about that. But, am also a bit sad not to have some of my dear friends and family members around me anymore. Since I hope they’ll visit me, I did a bit of research on what are the visa procedures and who needs an eTA for Canada. And have written this guide for all of you planning to visit that beautiful country. Who needs an eTA for Canada? This blog post is sponsored by e-visa.co.uk. Check…
Besides making some New Years resolutions (especially to lose all the weight you gained throughout the holidays), the beginning of January is a great time to plan your trips for the next year. In order to make choosing both the best place and the time of the year to visit it, I made this list that will help you decide on where to travel in 2020 with month by month recommendations.
The end of the year always feels like closing a chapter of my life to me. I love to reflect on what went well, where I travelled and all the achievements from the previous year. I believe it’s an excellent way to get inspired and kick off the next year. So, here is my 2019 in Review with some of my favourite trips, blogging and personal goals and accomplishments.
December is one of the best and most magical months to travel to Europe. Cities are glowing with beautiful decoration, many Christmas markets are organised, and everything looks so festive. Having such a rich culture, there are so many different Christmas traditions in Europe, as well. I did a bit of research and presented some of them here.
Besides visiting museums, one of the best ways to learn about local history and culture while travelling is by exploring the archaeological sites. Since there are so many of them around Europe, I asked some of my fellow travel bloggers to share with me their favourite places. And we’ve created this list of 20 archaeological sites you have to visit in Europe for you.
There is something special about travelling during the autumn. The weather is still quite lovely, but many places are not as crowded as they usually are during the summertime. You can often get better deals on flights and accommodation, as well. I looked for some of the most beautiful autumn destinations in Europe. And have asked some of my fellow travel bloggers to help me compile the list of them, to make your search for the best places to visit this autumn easier.