A Guide to Must-See Buildings in Budapest
Date: 4 March, 2020
A Guide to Must-See Buildings in Budapest
Looking out over the Budapest cityscape, be it from a perch on the hilly Buda side or from one of the impressive bridges stretching between Buda & Pest over the Danube, you're treated to what is arguably one of the most beautiful scenes of an urban landscape anywhere in  the world - by both day and night; and one of the main reasons for this city's remarkable and striking beauty is its buildings.
What's on a Free Tour of Prague?
Date: 5 February, 2020
What's on a Free Tour of Prague?
It doesn’t matter if you’re planning on staying in Prague for just a few days or a few months, a tour of the city - particularly the historic Old Town and Jewish Quarter - is a must for any newcomer! Choosing the type of tour you want to do though, is well worth considering. So, we thought we'd give you an insight and breakdown to what you can expect from our free tours in Prague, some do's and don'ts, and answer some FAQs to help you decide if we're the right fit or you!
One day in Dublin: the must-dos, from a local!
Date: 10 January, 2020
One day in Dublin: the must-dos, from a local!
So you're coming to Dublin but only have one day to experience the city. Here's the best way to do just that!
Things to do in Ireland – an alternative guide
Date: 3 September, 2019
Things to do in Ireland – an alternative guide
We’re often asked on our free tours of Dublin, “what’s good to do outside of the city?” and it’s usually followed up with “should we go to the cliffs of Mo-hair?”. Of course, we’re always full of suggestions and recommendations on how to get out and experience real Ireland beyond the capital city, but we thought we’d invite a ‘non-tour-guide’ Dublin local to suggest a few not-so-touristy things to do and see around Ireland. Up stepped Damian, local Dub, diligent waiter, and seeker-out of Ireland’s unconventional attractions.
What's The Story? An Insight into Dublin's Mythology, Fables & Folklore Tour
Date: 30 April, 2019
What's The Story? An Insight into Dublin's Mythology, Fables & Folklore Tour
Mythology, folklore, fables, legends, tales – we’re talking about stories! A typical Dublin greeting when encountering a friend is "what's the story?", it's our way of saying hello. Stories, story-tellers and characters are inherent to our culture and identity and have always played a central role in the Irish narrative – so much so, that we felt an Irish mythology & folklore tour should be an essential part of any visit to the Irish capital; so, we made it happen! Here’s a little insight into what you can expect on our free fables & folklore tour in Dublin.
Hipster guide to Dublin
Date: 22 November, 2018
Hipster guide to Dublin

Dublin, with its vibrant art and music scene, quality coffee and food offerings, variety of vintage shops and markets, cool and unique bars, clubs and breweries and, of course, growing density of septum piercings, fixie bikes, and well-groomed mustaches, has become something of a hipster’s paradise!

Romantic Budapest: Seven romantic ideas  
Date: 28 September, 2018
Romantic Budapest: Seven romantic ideas   
There are few capitals in the world that lend itself so readily to being the perfect romantic backdrop to a couple’s trip as Budapest. Of course, when one thinks of a romantic destination, iconic Paris typically springs to mind, but beautiful Budapest has plenty to rival the city of lights, and spectacular lights are just one of the Hungarian capital’s alluring delights for lovers.
Seven places for amazing photos in Barcelona
Date: 12 September, 2018
Seven places for amazing photos in Barcelona
Beautiful Barcelona, a historic and artistic seaside city, with its many architectural masterpieces, outstanding art and culture, colourful markets, beautiful beach and stunning food will be something of a wonderland for any photographer. Whether you’re a keen professional photographer or an Instagram enthusiast, Barcelona is definitely one of the most visually attractive and best places for capturing perfect travel photos.
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!