Your Guide to Sigulda in Latvia - An autumn beauty
Mohamed Nawaz Muallim January 13, 2020

Your Guide to Sigulda in Latvia - An autumn beauty

This autumn I had the opportunity to visit Sigulda, Latvia after a short community…

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Your complete guide to buses in Tirana, Albania
Kevan Hudson December 29, 2019

Your complete guide to buses in Tirana, Albania

Tirana Bus Tips Taking public transportation in a new city can be very intimidating….

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Kosovo - The Hidden gem in the Balkans
Rada Georgieva November 29, 2019

Kosovo - The Hidden gem in the Balkans

Kosovo Travel Guide Kosovo is one of the least visited, yet a hidden gem…

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Scenic spots at Hallstatt, Austria
Paridhi Joshi November 12, 2019

Scenic spots at Hallstatt, Austria

Hallstatt, a small town in the state of Upper Austria, is famously known as the land of “white gold” as the mountains carry thick layers of rock salt. The “Salt Empire” of Austria, is full of its ancient culture. It is a place for tourists with a keen interest in cultures plus minimalism and it serves all your aspects including scenic views and peace in the crowd.

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Bulgaria: where history, traditions, mysticism, and creativity come together
Rada Georgieva October 30, 2019

Bulgaria: where history, traditions, mysticism, and creativity come together

Cyrillic alphabet, beautiful endless rose valleys, soul-stirring mountains, hidden wild beaches, the oldest city in Europe, the world’s largest gold treasure and the best yoghurt one could ever eat: what all of these things have in common is their home – Bulgaria.

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Austria is adorable and we have all the reasons listed over here!
Ryan Shirley October 24, 2019

Austria is adorable and we have all the reasons listed over here!

A country which is beautiful in every corner with its mountains, lakes, landscapes and serene atmosphere is Austria. So we are warning you’ll definitely regret not being to these must-visit spots over there.

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Cycling from Europe to Asia for differently-abled children - Nón lá Project
Paridhi Joshi October 17, 2019

Cycling from Europe to Asia for differently-abled children - Nón lá Project

Here’s a couple who decided to cycle from Europe to Asia, 16,000 km to raise funds for differently-abled children, supporting the NGO “Poussieres de Vie”. This NGO helps young kids from poor families to get education and skills, and have jobs when they are old and capable enough.

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