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17 bai viet noi bat nhat trong nam 2017

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Xem danh sách bằng phiên bản tiếng Việt tại đây.

Today is the 365th day of 2017. As almost all other bloggers have done before, I’d like to share with you a quick racap of my 17 most read blog posts in 2017.


17 bai viet noi bat nhat trong nam 2017

17 most read blog posts in 2017

  1. The ultimate guide to Český Krumlov (Czech) scored the first position this year (4th place last year)
  2. Unmissable things to do in Bergen – One of my best!
  3. My 15 small tips to save money while travelling in Europe – This piece scored the third position in both versions
  4. How we spent three days in Stockholm
  5. Things I’ve learned after one year of travel blogging
  6. My 2017 travel wish list – I actually didn’t check any place in this list this year *facepalm*
  7. Flåm Railway – The most breathtaking railway on Earth – 2nd place last year, tho!
  8. The lovers of Prague
  9. 30 places to visit before I turn 30
  10. A mini guide to Stockholm – No. 10, 11 and 12: Seriously? Wow!
  11. How to spend money in Paris?
  12. Summer in Norway with berries and chanterelles
  13. What to eat in Amsterdam and where to find ’em – Also scored the 13th place in the Vietnamese version
  14. Food bucket list in Amsterdam: 15 Dutch foods to try
  15. Travel to Stockholm: Useful links
  16. A glimpse of Copenhagen
  17. Let’s fika!

So that’s it – a list of my 17 most read blog posts in 2017. It’s so nice to see some changes here, compared to the one last year and even earlier this month!

For the upcoming year of 2018, I hope I can have time to travel more, write more (in English) and thus can share more of my travelling in Europe to all of you!

I wish all of you a happy new year, with good health,
happiness, and success!

17 bai viet noi bat nhat trong nam 2017

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The author: Misa Gjone

Hi there! I'm a freelance travel writer born and raised in Vietnam, got married to a Viking from Norway, and currently live in the countryside outside Oslo. I'm the founder and chief chronicler of Misa's Travel Blog.

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