europe

Whether embarking on a Eurotrip or a weekend jaunt to a foreign city, European travel requires some smart planning; you may know all the must-see landmarks, but we provide the hidden gems.

  • Hana Rysová
    Published 6 days ago
    Nova Paka, Czech Republic

    Nova Paka, Czech Republic

    This will be about a small town in a small country. The Czech Republic. The state is not too much prominent. But it is sweet like nature and the cities. Both have something delightful. The countryside is everywhere, and in another part of the country, the scenery is different. Many mountains, many hills, and leas. There are forests with evergreens or with leafy trees. And somewhere are mixed forests.
  • Aarushi Shetty
    Published 15 days ago
    Verdigris

    Verdigris

    I visit the Coventry Cathedral Ruins as often as I can. This isn’t due to a religious vow or for the spiritual fulfillment of my soul. Rather, it is to observe the grandeur of the rubble that remains majestic even with its crumbling walls.
  • Samantha Wilson
    Published 20 days ago
    Visit Santiago - The Cathedral De Santiago

    Visit Santiago - The Cathedral De Santiago

    The Camino de Santiago is a network of trails that runs all over Europe. The people that walk the Camino de Santiago are called Pilgrims. Every Pilgrim who walks the Camino de Santiago has one ultimate destination in mind. The Cathedral of Santiago de Compostela believed to be the final resting place of St James.
  • Alan Russell
    Published 22 days ago
    One of London's Best Kept Secrets
  • Anton Black
    Published 22 days ago
    18 Fascinating Facts You Need to Know about Streatham

    18 Fascinating Facts You Need to Know about Streatham

    Streatham is a busy residential suburb of London in England. Streatham is mostly located in the London Borough of Lambeth, but some areas to the west stretch out into the neighbouring London Borough of Wandsworth, and parts to the south stretch out into the London Borough of Croydon. Five miles south of Charing Cross, Streatham has grown as one of the most vibrant and culturally diverse neighbourhoods in the capital. Along with Brixton, Balham, Wandsworth and ClaphamStreatham is part of the south London hub.
  • Joseph Harris
    Published 23 days ago
    3 Reasons the Coronavirus Changed My Trip to London

    3 Reasons the Coronavirus Changed My Trip to London

    With the current pandemic spreading around the world, many of the main cities of the world have slowly come to a halt for tourists. Around the world attractions have closed, public transport has been dwindled to the bare minimum and events have been cancelled.
  • Claire Raymond
    Published 25 days ago
    One Van No Plan: Wiltshire

    One Van No Plan: Wiltshire

    Wiltshire is full of brilliant things to see. From Stonehenge to Salisbury Cathedral and the Magna Carta. And even without all the landmarks, Wiltshire is just a beautiful place to be in. Some of the buildings are so unchanged it’s like living in Fable. There is so much to see that it was a natural choice for our first stop as full-time vanlifers! It was about 5 hours drive from where we were living up north. So it was some distance, but even from day one it was worth the drive. 
  • Jenny Williams
    Published 25 days ago
    Traveling to Norway in May? Make Sure You Check out the Famous Russefeiring

    Traveling to Norway in May? Make Sure You Check out the Famous Russefeiring

    Norway, a place of everlasting winters, where polar bears roam the streets, and you can ski to the shops, and everyone you meet is a descendant of the most debaucherous Vikings. While the first three are most definitely false, a foreigner could be forgiven for believing the last one; especially if they arrived in Norway between late April and early May when the famous russefeiring is taking place. Here are seven things you need to know about the russ.
  • Travellingcommunity
    Published 28 days ago
    Scandinavian Dream From Australia - When the Distance Is Not an Obstacle

    Scandinavian Dream From Australia - When the Distance Is Not an Obstacle

    These northern European countries have world-class tourist attractions, rich history, and diverse cultures. The breathtaking views, greenery, and distinctive lifestyle always attract people across the globe.
  • Ashley Brankin
    Published about a month ago
    A Roman Holiday

    A Roman Holiday

    A Roman Holiday: 5 Attractions for Time Restricted Tourists in Rome
  • Bobe Hadjieva
    Published about a month ago
    The Journey of Discovering Myself as Your Typical Eastern European Mother

    The Journey of Discovering Myself as Your Typical Eastern European Mother

    A good friend of mine once said “stereotypes are real and I love them”. At first I couldn’t help but laugh, because she said it with such passion and conviction, but the more I thought about it, the more I found the strangely profound truth behind this statement. As much as we try to dismiss prejudices as xenophobic poppycock, I can’t deny that some stereotypes have occasionally jumped out and smacked me in the face when I least expected.
  • John Welford
    Published about a month ago
    Durham Cathedral

    Durham Cathedral

    Durham Cathedral is surely the greatest example of Romanesque architecture, certainly in England and probably the world. Begun in 1093 and completed in its essentials only 40 years later (later additions included the towers and cloisters) it is a remarkable survival of the years when Norman kings ruled England some 900 years ago.