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On A Food Journey? Here Are The Best European Cities For You

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Tired of doing the regular tourist activities and visiting landmarks, meeting people and absorbing historical culture? Are your motivations more primal than that? Do you simply want to eat some of the best food in the world, and lots of it? We’re certain in believing that no one could blame you.

Sometimes getting away from our careers on holiday requires taking a load off, and that can also mean evading the standard ‘tourist considerations’ that you have to prepare for. Sometimes, you have to go hard or go home. Sometimes, you have to eat the best and most food available.

Of course, anyone who even has the slightest worldly education will understand that the best food culture, food history, and food extravagance lies in Europe, spread among the cities there. If you’re looking for the best eating, that’s where you’ll have to go. Before you pack your dinner knife and fork, napkins and ice pack to be used after you’ve eaten too much, ensure you check up on the upcoming ETIAS regula…

How to Stay Safe While Backpacking Across the World

Backpacking is a fantastic low-budget way to experience the world. It’s perfect for people that love to get involved with the culture of the country, and it’s great to see new sights, meet new people and eat some delicious food without having to spend a tonne of money.

However, a lot of people are put off backpacking because of one thing: safety. Unlike package holidays that involve hotels and tourist attractions, backpacking is relatively uncontrolled and it’s easy to get lost, run out of money or run into some nasty locals. If you’re thinking of backpacking or trying it in the future, then here are a couple of tips to help you stay safe.
Source Plan Your TripOne of the best things about backpacking is that you’re not limited to what kind of attractions you visit or things you see because you’re essentially just travelling wherever you want. However, it’s still a good idea to have a basic plan outlined so that you don’t get lost in the wilderness on the day of your flight. A great way t…

The Best Countries For A Road Trip

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Nothing quite beats that freedom of hitting the highway and journeying into the unknown. When looking for a roadtrip abroad, there are countless options. For those yearning those long open roads with no traffic and lots of sights along the way, here are some of the best countries to satisfy your roadtrip fantasies.
USA
It should be no surprise that America is on this list. Most of us have heard of Route 66. In terms of openness, nothing beats it, however if you’re looking for sights along the way and a bit more variation, California has many options. You can take a non-direct route from Los Angeles to San Francisco and see Yosemite National Park, Vegas and even the Grand Canyon.
Australia

Getting The Most Out Of Your Sydney Trip

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Planning a vacation to Sydney? There’s so much to do in Australia’s top travel destination. For those wanting to see and do all they can whilst spending as little as possible, here are tips to make your Sydney escape special.

Time your trip wiselyIt’s generally agreed the best times to visit Australia are out of season from September to November or from March to May. The temperature is manageable and the crowds aren’t so wild. The price of flights also drops during these seasons, as does accommodation rates. A December trip is not recommended, largely because airline costs are so high. If you need to be there over Christmas, you may be better off flying out in November and coming back in January.

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Make the most of public transportSydney is far too big to get around by foot. The public transport service is fast and efficient. You can buy a MyMulti Pass to make travel cheaper – this allows you to use all trains, boats and buses in the city centre. You can even use t…

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