Some people love travelling and have a long bucket list of places to visit. Others are very undecisive about where to go and then there are people like me: I want to see it all. This leaves me with the question: What direction is the best for me?
In need of a vacation? Many poeple have spent the last 6 months at home in fear of this pandemic. Travelling during these times isn't too easy but it is very possible. Here are my tips to still your Wanderlust during times of Covid19.
We all know obvious things that make our travels more sustainable: avoid planes, use public transport and don't disturb wildlife. Is that all?
To make your trip as smooth and interesting as possible I gathered some common mistakes I see people make whilst they are travelling. I hope you can avoid these in order to have the best trip possible.
Are you sick of the one week vacations you take twice a year? Would you rather not spend your time in huge hotel chains that do not represent the real culture of the country you are in? Traditional vacations are outdated and no longer excite me as much. Maybe you feel the same way.Travelling for … Continue reading GUIDE: TRAVELLING SOLO FOR MONTHS
How expensive is travelling really? So many people live with the false thinking that travelling always costs a lot. It really doesn't need to.
It was yet again time to change my hostel. This time for the last time on my journey through the south of Spain. The "Malaga stop hostel ab" was an odd name. Actually on the outside of the building it said "Malaga sTOP Hostel" so I assume they wanted to write "Malagas Top Hostel", which … Continue reading Malaga 2/2 – Spain
The last destination on my journey through Spain was the beautiful city Malaga in the south of the country. At first, there were almost no tourists or larger crowds of people around, as it was already the end of November and rained most of the time. My first impression was quite positive nevertheless. The streets … Continue reading Malaga 1/2 – Spain
The vibrant Spanish city Barcelona and its almost 1.7 million inhabitants welcomed me in winter 2019 to stay 2 weeks there and discover what it has to offer. Here is a summary of all the experiences I made that may help you on your stay in this beautiful city. This is a guide and suggestions … Continue reading Guide – what to do in Barcelona?
My second week started with rain and I knew it was time to change my hostel again. Its name "The Hipstel" was very fitting as I was greeted by the guy at the reception singing to reggae.I loved all the beautiful details of this accommodation. The building was old and big with many rooms and … Continue reading Barcelona 2/2 – Spain
After flying for about an hour I landed in Barcelona at around 6 pm. I could immediately sense that I am in a big city again as the whole energy was faster paced and generally more busy than in Mallorca.My first hostel in Barcelona called "St. Christophers Inn" was so perfect. I loved the old … Continue reading Barcelona 1/2 – Spain
After spending two week on this beautiful island, I asked myself what the best way to get the most out of your holiday would be. Here is a suggestions on how to spend a week in Mallora. Overall you do not need that much time to discover the most important things. I recommend going from … Continue reading Guide – what to do in Mallorca?
The second week of my time in Mallorca started with a location change. I checked into the "Urban Singular" in another part of the city called "El Terreno". It was not that close to the center but in the middle of the party scene and had the harbour right infront of the main door. I … Continue reading Mallorca 2/2 – Spain
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I only have a few days in London and want the most out of my experience. What should I do?Here are some of my tips to best enjoy this wonderful city. This is a little guide on how to come around town, enjoy your time here and to help you make your visit the best … Continue reading First Time In London – What Should I Do?
Last weekend my friend and I took the one hour long train to Oxford, a famous city in England with 150,000 inhabitants. Most people know about its universities, rich history and stunning countryside. City Center The first thing we did after checking in at our hostel was take a hop-on hop-off bus through the magical, … Continue reading Oxford – England
On a sunny weekend in mid-April I got on a train and found the perfect seat next to a window. While we made our way through the changing landscape I daydreamed about the beach, waves and sunshine. Clouds accompanied us and it seemed as if they knew exactly where I was going. Soon I'd be … Continue reading Brighton – South England
Most people view travelling as a good thing and have many dreams or destinations they want to visit. Unfortunately, some are unable to do so because they simply don't have the budget for it. Flying is often one of the biggest expenses so it is important to know the right tricks to keep these costs … Continue reading how to find cheap flights
No one can argue with the fact that London is an expensive city to live in. Especially because I didn't have a job yet I looked for free things to do in the city. Instead of just staying at home I looked for opportunities. This is a summary of everything I found out you can … Continue reading Things to do in london for free – living in london #2
Vienna is the capital of Austria and has nearly 2 million inhabitants (a quarter of all people living in Austria). It is frequently visited by tourists from all over the world and is a cultural centre with a long history. Here is a short guide in the form of lists of all the things you … Continue reading things to do in vienna on a short stay