Things I’ve learned after five years living in Sweden and Norway to help you save money, time, and reduce stress while travelling in Europe.
After 3 days in Barcelona, my friend (finally?!?!) got pickpocketed! It was a very unpleasant experience, but…
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My ultimate list of 20+ tips to help you save money while travelling in the old continent. Applied to all types of tourists, all destinations, and seasons!
Buying chocolate in Belgium can be quite tricky, as there are so many shops to see and different flavours to taste. Seriously!
Mun Linh is a mother of two, currently living in Hamburg, Germany. Because of the working situation, she and her kids take about 5 – 10 flights a year. With such experiences, here are Mun Linh’s tips for flying with kids.
Antwerp (or Antwerpen in Dutch, Anvers in French) was the last destination of my BeNeLux tour in late 2017. If you are planning to explore the second largest city in Belgium in 2018, do not miss these 10 best things to do in Antwerp, especially for first-timers!
Plan your perfect trip to Amsterdam, regardless of how many days you’ll stay in this “sin city of Europe”!
We’re talking about Norway, one of the most expensive countries to live in and travel to. But you know, here in Norway, people have the right to go everywhere they want, thank to “allemannsretten”. So why not have a walk in nature in the winter wonderland?
I spent three days in Amsterdam, tried five our of 15 Dutch foods in my previous bucket list. So for me it was pretty much a successful trip to the low country!
I love bucket list. Everybody loves bucket list. And here it is: A food bucket list of 15 Dutch foods to try in Amsterdam. I’m heading to BeNeLux for 1 week next month, thus would like to share my first food bucket list here – with my comments and related posts added later.