A (not so) hidden gem – Zakopane

A hidden gem is a place that is outstanding to visit but not too many people know about it. There is plenty of regions that remain largely untouched by tourists but offer huge potential. As we explore more and more of the world, we are constantly looking for unique and exciting destinations that are offContinue reading “A (not so) hidden gem – Zakopane”

An undiscovered hidden gem – Aarhus

A hidden gem is a place that is outstanding to visit but not too many people know about it. There is plenty of regions that remain largely untouched by tourists but offer huge potential. As we explore more and more of the world, we are constantly looking for unique and exciting destinations that are offContinue reading “An undiscovered hidden gem – Aarhus”

A (not so) hidden gem – Lviv

A hidden gem is a place that is outstanding to visit but not too many people know about it. There is plenty of regions that remain largely untouched by tourists but offer huge potential. As we explore more and more of the world, we are constantly looking for unique and exciting destinations that are offContinue reading “A (not so) hidden gem – Lviv”

The Soviet Express – The hidden gem route

The Soviet Union, officially the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics, was a federal socialist state in Northern Eurasia that existed from 1922 to 1991. It was a state which consisted of 15 countries throughout eastern Europe and western Asia. Soviet architecture may not be as easy on the eye as Renaissance architecture that can beContinue reading “The Soviet Express – The hidden gem route”

A day in Cork on a budget

MORNING Kickstart your morning with your daily dose of caffeine and a gut-busting full Irish breakfast at the Linen Weaver. Once you have given your stomach enough time to digest your breakfast, wander through the narrow historical alleyways of the Huguenot Quarter. Snap up some photos for some well-earned likes for your Instagram feed while listeningContinue reading “A day in Cork on a budget”

Ireland’s Orient Express

There are a few things that need to be addressed before we start. First of all Irelands Orient Express is not a train journey, it’s a bus journey. Second of all, it doesn’t serve fancy meals and have an exquisite interior. Finally, it doesn’t span 2,000 kilometers across Europe, stretching from Paris to Constantinople (Istanbul).Continue reading “Ireland’s Orient Express”

The Beara Way, Ireland’s hidden gem

WHAT IS IT? The Beara Way is a 206-kilometer tourist trail that loops around West Cork and parts of Kerry. The hike typically takes 9 days to complete. Along the way, you will experience the rugged mountainous countryside, historical sites, and the crashing waves of the Atlantic Ocean along the southern Irish coastline. This isContinue reading “The Beara Way, Ireland’s hidden gem”

A locals quick guide to Irelands rebel county

WHAT IS IT: The rebel county is a nickname given to the Cork region due to its numerous rebellions throughout its history. Its first recorded rebellion took place way back in June 1569 and its most notable rebellion was during the War of Independence in 1920. Cork is located in southern Ireland and it’s theContinue reading “A locals quick guide to Irelands rebel county”

A locals Guide to Irelands Ancient East

WHAT IS IT?: Irelands Ancient East is a region in Ireland where you can find Irelands most sought after historical landmarks such as Spike Island and Dublin castle. It includes 16 Irish counties stretching from Monaghan in the north to Cork in the south. While you are here you can learn about the fascinating historyContinue reading “A locals Guide to Irelands Ancient East”

A Locals Guide to Irelands Wild Atlantic Way

WHAT IS IT?: The Wild Atlantic Way is a tourism trail around the west of Ireland which spans 2,500 km from Donegal in the north to Cork in the south. Along the way, you will find stunning Irish countryside, quirky traditional villages, and historic Irish landmarks. You will also be able to take in activitiesContinue reading “A Locals Guide to Irelands Wild Atlantic Way”