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Europe’s Famous Hostels Welcomes 5 New Members

Posted at:19 September, 2013 in EFH News

  The Europe’s Famous Hostels network are soon going to have to change their name if they keep growing at such a speed!  Only in the last 3 months, no less than five more hostels have been added to the now 42-strong group of like-minded independent Hostels, and have taken the network out of the […]

What to do in Rotterdam

Posted at:16 September, 2013 in City Break,City guide,Travel Tips

What to do in Rotterdam The impressive skyline of Rotterdam can be seen for miles around, enhancing the city’s imposing appearance. Rotterdam is known in the Netherlands and abroad as a city of great architecture, featuring many examples of innovative construction. Behind the imposing skyline of Rotterdam is a dynamic city full of surprises. Rotterdam, […]

Party on the Italian Riviera!

Posted at:29 August, 2013 in Travel Tips

Rimini and Riccione have no shame in being famous mostly for their nightlife. Their position means that they are within a short train ride from some of Italy’s tourist capitals; Venice, Verona, Milan, Bologna and Florence. After trapesing around all those churches and ruins you’re going to need some recupertaion: so sit on the beach […]

Top 10 Annual Events in Paris

Posted at: in Festivals

Circus of Tomorrow Fair – January Before they go on to fame in Cirque du Soleil, the world’s most talented young circus performers and acrobats compete for glory at Paris’ Circus of Tomorrow Festival (Cirque de Demain). Performers come from all over the world to show off their skills in the spirit of friendly competition […]

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The Home of the Hipster

Posted at:3 June, 2013 in Travel Tips

Ever since American Apparel opened their first store over here on the Continent, the Hipster lifestyle has taken Europe by super-cool storm. No longer do Hipsters feel their calling to Williamsburg and Mission; their home is here on the mean streets of Western Europe. Here’s our Europe travel guide for you die-hard hipsters; what to do, where […]

Hostel Job opportunity in the Brecon Beacons!

Posted at: in Job

Hostel Job : Live in Hostel/Bar Supervisor NosDa’s sister hostel Beacons Backpackers is looking for a couple/individual to live in and supervise the day to day running of a busy bar and backpackers hostel located in Bwlch near Brecon. Candidates will ideally be well travelled and have previous experience of dealing with customers on a […]

Our Pick of the Summer Festivals you can’t miss!

Posted at: in Festivals

This year’s summer music festival calender is jam-packed with incredible line-ups and crazy themes. Take a look at our list of the hottest summer festivals, get your tent out of the garage and book your ticket to one of Europe’s top music events. Sonar Festival – Barcelona, Spain. 3-Day Fesitval 13th,14th and 15th June. This […]

5 must have free travel apps

5 Must-Have FREE Travel Apps.

Posted at:2 June, 2013 in Travel Tips

1. Skype Lots of newer Apps have been released since Skype in 2003 but it manages to stay on top of the pile as the call quality is so much better than the competitors’. Skype is an essential for anybody travelling away from home, with calls costing as little as 0,01€ a minute to landlines. […]

Travelling cheap in Europe

Posted at: in Travel Tips

Tips for travellers on a budget Europe can be an expensive place to get around. Those of us who are looking to experience local culture and customs while sticking to a tight budget can get a bit of a shock when organising their ‘Eurotrip’. Perhaps us Western travellers have been spoilt with the comparatively cheap […]

15 unmissable European flea markets

Posted at: in Travel Tips

  If you, like me, love nothing more than spending your time in each new city rummaging through stalls and people’s car-boots to find retro-kitsch bargains then this post is just for you. For every city I’ve visited in the last five years, a percentage of my research time has been spent solely on searching […]

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