Are the free tours free?

All the “Free Tours” are actually based on tips.  So they can be FREE for two reasons:

  • if you are really cheap.
  • if the tour guide really sucks.

The tours based on tips(the “free tours”) are the best to take. These guides will give their best to make the tour interesting and entertaining. Their tip depends on it. read more

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I miss the summer in Brela

I just realized that I’m a summer person. The colder it gets the more I miss it!

I miss the hot sun, the crystal clear sea, the hot rocks, the fish barbecue. I miss Brela.

 

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Sandeman’s New Europe Walking Tours

Only recently I’ve started taking tours. I had some boring experiences in the past and I’ve ended up considering guided tours just a waste of time and money.

But last year, in Madrid, everything changed. We’ve found Sandeman’s New Europe Tours by browsing TripAdvisor and, based on the great reviews, we decided to take a tour with them.

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The crowded squares of Prague

The perfect place to chill – Bohemian style!

Prague has some of the most crowded squares I’ve ever seen. This city is packed with tourists 12 months a year. By far, the busiest of them all is the Old Town Square.

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Hop on hop off in Budapest

If you’re in Budapest only for a few days and you want to make the most of it, the Hop on Hop off tours are the best way to go!

You can find tickets online or on the spot.  There are many ticket shops near Elisabeth Bridge and along Váci utca.  Or you can just hop on a bus and buy tickets from the guides. The prices vary from around 10 to 24Euros per person. And usually a tour ticket is valid for two days(48hours). read more

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Statue of Felipe III – Madrid

Every new city we visit, we admire and photograph impressive buildings, monuments and statues. But we learn too little about their story. And we easily forget it… In the end, only two or three stick. Right?

The story of the Statue of Felipe III is one of them.

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The Bridges of Budapest

This year I visited Budapest for the fourth time, but it’s the first time I’ve learned about it’s history.

Personally, I was really impressed by the history of the bridges of Budapest. Did you know that Budapest has ten bridges that cross the Danube, linking Buda and Pest? And did you know that all of these bridges were destroyed by the German army during World War II?

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Fish night in Brela

Every week during the summer season, Thursday or Friday evening, the locals of Brela organize a fish barbecue down on the main docs. The fishermen catch the fish during the day and in the evening they take out the grills.

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The symbol of Brela

Did you know that the beach of Brela was ranked The No. 1. beach in Europe?

Right next to this beautiful beach, on the right, lies “Kamen Brela”, the symbol of Brela.

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Bucegi Mountains – Romania

Bucegi National Park, Romania.

This is were I spent this last weekend. Two full days of outdoor and fresh air. read more

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