Exploring Berlin on a Budget: Free Things to Do
Date: 25 March, 2019
Exploring Berlin on a Budget: Free Things to Do
Berlin is a vibrant and ever-growing metropolis with an equally vibrant history. Due to years of Cold War suppression and restrictions, the city cultivated a unique underground culture that has continued to thrive even after the Berlin Wall came down. Berlin’s dark past and only recent revival make it both a fascinating city with a complex personality and an excellent European destination for the budget traveler. Can’t decide what to do in Berlin? Below is a list of Berlin’s best attractions, things to do, and budget-friendly ways to explore this amazing city on a budget.
The Best Coffee in Dublin
Date: 25 January, 2019
The Best Coffee in Dublin
What do you think is one of the most frequently asked questions us Dublin tour guides are asked each day? “Does everyone here play a musical instrument?” Nope. “What’s the Brexit situation here?” No, again. “Where’s good for coffee?” Bingo!
Six Weekend Destinations From Berlin
Date: 17 January, 2019
Six Weekend Destinations From Berlin
There’s something alluring about seeking out the lesser-known, the hidden gems, experiencing things that often elude the guidebooks and mainstream travel discourse – indeed, it’s this kind of curiosity that inspires our daily free walking tours in Berlin, as we offer authentic insight to the city’s culture, history and character as well as the lesser-known stories and sights; but, beyond the Berlin city map there’s a whole host of places worthy of discovery and exploration that you might not have even thought about visiting when planning your Berlin adventure.
Barcelona on a budget
Date: 19 September, 2018
Barcelona on a budget
Barcelona is one of the most popular travel destinations in Europe. The beautiful and historic seaside city is famous for its incredible art and culture, breathtaking architecture, stunning beaches and delicious local food and wine, Barcelona has got everything you could wish for from a city escape.
Five Castles in Prague You Must Visit
Date: 28 August, 2018
Five Castles in Prague You Must Visit
Are you enchanted by ancient castles? Have you always wanted to ramble the elegant halls and massive walls of royal buildings? Then you must visit the Czech Republic, home to more than two thousand castles, chateaus, and villas. The capital city, Prague, and the surrounding area offer some of the most exquisite of these, and some of the finest architecture you will see in Europe. Of course, our free walking tour of Prague Castle is the best way to explore this particular jewel of the capital, but there are more castles in Prague worthy of your visit too. It wasn’t easy, but we’ve picked five castles in Prague (well, one is just outside of) that any self-respecting castle-fanatic must see.
Top five: The Best Pizza places in Barcelona  
Date: 21 August, 2018
Top five: The Best Pizza places in Barcelona   
The capital of Cataluña, Barcelona, offers the perfect stimulus for the senses – it’s visually captivating architecture and colours enchant the eyes, the sounds of a buzzing atmosphere attests to the zest for life among its inhabitants and celebrated amongst the plethora of attractions, cultural treasures, and sunny climes is the delicious epicurean pleasures which are on offer here; with growing culinary sophistication and variety, Barcelona is most definitely a city of tastes and smells too!
10 Reasons Why Berlin Should Be on Your New Year's Resolutions List
Date: 11 January, 2016
10 Reasons Why Berlin Should Be on Your New Year's Resolutions List
We know. Resolutions are overwhelming - or worse - boring. But Berlin is a babe when it comes to taking care of all your needs - whether it's indulging or detoxing. So even if you don't have "travel more" on your list, here are a whole bunch of other reasons to tempt you into smashing those resolutions this year.
Berlin on a Budget
Date: 22 October, 2015
Berlin on a Budget
Berlin understands. It knows you want the trip of a lifetime but don't have your whole life to work for it. It sees you're counting your cents and not having cream with that. And it reaches out to you with free history museums, street food, and pay-what-you-want wine. No single thing on this list will lighten your wallet by more than five euros a pop.
Hello darkness my old friend – Delightful Dublin in Autumn
Date: 5 October, 2015
Hello darkness my old friend – Delightful Dublin in Autumn
I very often find myself accompanying my movements through Dublin city with a theme tune playing in my mind, even singing along at times. This morning was no different and the song in my head was an oldie I recently picked up from a Dublin gentleman at a local ballad session. It’s called the Dublin Saunter and declares in its soothing tempo that “Dublin can be heaven with coffee at eleven and a stroll in Stephen’s green”.