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  • Dune du Pilat

    Last summer, while working in a hostel in Bordeaux, I decided to make a trip to the Dune du Pilat, Europe’s tallest sand dune. It was an unforgettable day, and I would encourage anyone in the area to visit, too, if possible. In this article, I’ll go through...

    0 by Madeline, in What to see Arcachon, one month ago
  • Lezioni di Greco

    Hello dear reader, this time around I want to tell you about a nice food corner where you can get a quick snack for an afordable price. We all know how food influences our day to day lifes/activities and for all the travel fanatics out there, you all know how a simple...

    0 by nahom, in Where to eat Perugia, one month ago
  • Tempietto

    Hello dear reader, this time we are going to talk about a place that I hold very dearly in my heart. This I think is a perfect getaway from the busy and hectic city centre of Perugia. It will just fill you with so much joy and calmness whenever you need some peace,...

    0 by nahom, in What to do Perugia, one month ago
  • Chengdu Research Base of Giant Panda Breeding

    Can you spot the panda? “One of the things you must do when visiting China, is to go see the giant pandas”. That about sums up what people will say when you tell them about your Chinese travelling plans. Well, that and maybe “Watch out for spitting”... Last...

    0 by Pia, in What to see Chengdu, one month ago
  • Kamikōchi

    Located deep within the Japanese Alps, where private transport can't reach and home of the rumoured kappa or water spirits, lies Kamikōchi. Kamikōchi, which can be freely translated to the "the place where gods descend" is by far one of the most idyllic places in...

    0 by Pia, in What to do Matsumoto, one month ago
  • Dry and Raw by Drakoulis

    Let me introduce you to a very alternative butcher shop/restaurant 'Dry and Raw by Drakoulis'. Dry and Raw by Drakoulis is said to be one of the most elegant, tasty and innovative places to eat in Athens. It offers a high level of meat selections and expertise. It can...

    0 by Despina, in Where to eat Athens, one month ago
  • Stadtpark

    Does the word Stadtpark ring a bell to you? If not then it's a place you must visit for sure! I travelled to Vienna last weekend and because of the sun and the nice weather it was impossible to resist going around to its parks. Well yes, Vienna has plenty of them. But...

    0 by Ilianthi, in What to do Vienna, one month ago
  • San Francesco al prato

    Hello dear readers, this time around I am going to show you around and give out some information when it comes to finding a nice chill out area in the beautiful city of Perugia. This special blog post is very much usefull particularly in these days, as the temperatures...

    0 by nahom, in What to do Perugia, one month ago
  • Verona's Arena

    It's worth it visiting Verona's Arena. Even though it is an ancient roman amphitheater, it's in great conditions. Fonte It's known for still being active. There, music shows, events and, of course, the famous operas are organized. Fonte One of the most recent events...

    0 by Carolina, in What to see Verona, one month ago
  • Brau Bar

    Coming in Vienna and having a great walking tour around the city , it could make you really hungry and thirsty.  This is the place wherey tou can combine a pub essence with the austrian feels. The wood and rock that combines the walls and the furniture make the place...

    0 by Thomina, in Cafe, cocktail, beer Vienna, one month ago
  • Copia e Incolla

    Hello to all the beatiful people out there. I would like to dedicate this article for all of those students who are currently in Perugia or for those who are going to come here in Perugia and  study at the University of Perugia. I am very motivated to give out this...

    0 by nahom, in What to do Perugia, 2 months ago
  • Pizzeria Spacca Napoli

    If you're looking for a pizza that spills over the edge of your plate, with an endless choice of toppings and a spicy chili oil (optional) that takes your breath away, Spacca Napoli is the place for you. They also make delicious pasta, but their speciality is, without a...

    0 by Jessica, in Where to eat Bologna, 2 months ago
  • Old town area of Perugia

    Hola !!! My dear readers, this blog post will be dedicated to the amazing walk I did today with the company of some very cool people. I would like to take you in to this adventure walk in the old town area of the forever beautiful city of Perugia. Though it is true and...

    0 by nahom, in What to do Perugia, 2 months ago
  • Calle Betis (Betis Street)

    Betis Street is a place where you can do a multitude of things, as this street that links the districts of 'Triana' and 'Los Remedios' has it all. You can enjoy a paella in any of the restaurants, dance in the clubs, go for a few drinks or simply have a stroll...

    0 by Alex, in What to do Sevilla, 2 months ago
  • Pinturicchio Cafe+Kitchen

    Hello dear reader, this time I want to tell you how it is to sit for a coffee in of the spots the city of Perugia has to offer. If you end up in this Etruscan city of Perugia during the end of winter/beggining of spring you are really going to appreciate this coffe...

    0 by nahom, in Where to eat Perugia, 2 months ago
  • Phoenix Book Café

    In one of the previous blogs I have mentioned the Harry Potter Library (Livraria Lello)in Porto, but this time I am gonna focus on another place, dedicated to this great hero of our youth (and of course, adulthood also). It can be found a bit closer to my home, just...

    0 by Amadea, in What to do Klagenfurt, 2 months ago
  • water waves land

    This indeed is a great place to be with your friends. This is not only the oldest of Mashhad city but also the largest "indoor" waterpark of Middle East. To stay near this place, there are a lot of accommodation options, right from 2 star to 5 star Hotels ...

    0 by Adnan, in What to do Mashhad, 2 months ago
  • Lookout Point San Miguel Alto

    The path that leads to this lookout point isn't easy and, as well as a map, it is likely that you will need to ask somebody which street to take. I found myself 'lost' on several occasions, since there are a labyrinth of streets that can take you there. However, it is a...

    0 by Jessica, in What to do Granada, 2 months ago
  • Dalí Paris

    Tickets and timetable Unlike many other French museums, this one is not free for youth under the age of 26; you will probably have to pay from 9 to 12 EUR. The museum offers free entry to some exceptions, such as children under the age of 8, journalists, conference...

    0 by Amadea, in What to see Paris, 2 months ago
  • Hogwarts

    So I went to Hogwarts and had the best time of my life. Sadly, I was expelled and had to follow Muggle courses instead. A bit boring but well.  And I have to write a 300letters essay? Seriously ? Well just gonna bulls*t a bit until they let me be. Is that enough now ?...

    0 by Aurelie, in What to do Osaka, 2 months ago

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