Jenny’s tips for Madrid, Barcelona and along the southern coast from Cádiz to Valencia. She’s a freelance writer, solo traveller and eternal sun seeker. Her tips are best for a foodie, budget and culture seeking travellers who may not have been to Spain before.
Checkout Jo’s tips on hotels and where to eat and drink in Reykjavik and the South Coast of Iceland. She and her husband are from New York City and wanted to be active, eat good food, see as much as possible.
Lisbon or Porto, the southern capital city or it’s smaller neighbor to the north? If you have time, there is no “tiebreaker,” because both should be visited. This post is about comparing and contrasting, and if you unfortunately have to choose between the two, which to choose. The good news is you really cannot go wrong with either Lisbon or
These are Susan’s tips for where to eat and what to do in the Loire Valley. She splits her time between Boston and the Loire Valley, so she’s in the know!
These are Jake’s tips on where to eat from his frequent visits to Paris. He’s from Brooklyn, in his early 40s and travels with his girlfriend.
Budapest is known for it’s nightlife and this guide is to the best bars in Budapest if you’re over 25 and don’t need to stay out until the sun comes up (not saying that you can’t though!).
This 5-day Madeira itinerary provides amazing tips on all the best places to visit in Madeira, like off-the-beaten-track hikes, spectacular viewpoints, and amazing meals.
Hiking is the best way to experience São Miguel. These are tips from a local for finding the best hiking in São Miguel for all hiking levels and preferences.
These are Lindsay’s tips for her 4 day trip to Iceland in April. She’s in the food industry, so food was very important as well as taking advantage of Iceland’s outdoor activities. The restaurant price point was high and the lodging price point was mid to upper.