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The biggest party of the year is about to take place for the Dutch this April 27th, so come and celebrate King’s Day in the Netherlands! King’s Day 2016 Picture a sea of orange revelers - dancing on canal boats, bridges, parks and in the streets, throw in some great music, food, beer and market stalls, and you have King’s Day 2016! Koningsdag or King’s Day, is the traditional birthday celebration for the Dutch King. Expect partying in the streets, lots of

Interlaken is the tenth stop of my one-month Famous Hostels Eurotrip! There is this one place in Europe that’s a paradise for everyone. It’s a little fairy tale village in the middle of two magical lakes, surrounded by the snowy tops of the Swiss Alps where you’ll find cute churches with waterfalls in the background. It felt like I was at some kind of film set but I was actually in Interlaken. From Vienna I took the train into Switzerland with Interrail

Are you a student and want to travel the world? Is money what’s stopping you from going? Well, not for much longer with these tips! One of the downsides of being a student is not having a large budget to fund your travels. Yet being at university is one of the best moments in your life to explore the world. So to make sure money isn’t the thing that stops you from travelling we will give 10 ways students can globe-trot

Who is Sinterklaas? Sinterklaas, or Saint Nicholas, is the character of an old bishop who arrives in the Netherlands every year in November. From his arrival until his birthday on 5th of  December, the whole of the Netherlands celebrates his presence. Children are made to believe that Sinterklaas sails from Spain to The Netherlands with a boat full of gifts, and if they were good for a year, they can expect to get presents as a reward for good behaviour. He gives

Interrailing is one of those things you have to do at least once in your life. It’s a unique experience where you get explore Europe in the best way possible: by train. With just one train ticket you can enjoy unlimited train rides to explore the most amazing little towns, modern cities, beaches and into the mountains. There are a few things, however, that are essential to know before you go. We will share the most important ones in this

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What follows is a list of no more than six and no less than four things that are unique to Balmers Hostel, a proud member of Europe’s Famous Hostels, that you simply have to experience in order to be socially accepted as a human being: 1. Best Drinking Water The water here is bloody good. You can drink all of it. Even the toilet water. One guest drank some of our tap water and started believing in a divine creator instantly. In fact,

Top 10 Places to Eat Italian and Traditional Napolitan Cuisine in Naples As we all well know, food is extremely important for Italians, and it should be for any foreigner visiting Italy too. Yes, the pizza is fantastic but Naples has a load more to offer than just that; from fried street-food to gourmet modern takes on age-old recipes, one thing you can guarantee from a few days in this city is that you’re not going to go hungry… So just to get your

Looking for somewhere to bring the new year in with a bang? Europe's major cities have very different ways of spending the last night of the year whether with friends or alone you're bound to have a blast! Check out our New Year in Europe guide and pick which sounds best for you!     Amsterdam Amsterdam, the party capital of Holland really does Oudejaarsavond (New Year's Eve) in style.  Full up on champagne, oliebollen (fried dough balls with apple and raisins), and plenty of impressive

Letná Quite literally translating as “summer” in Czech, Letna park hugs the Vltava river, just right of the castle with sweeping views of the city. Come for the summer palaces, greenery and postcard views of the city but stay for the beer gardens and outdoor bars. The classic beer garden, a gathering of picnic tables set beneath a dense canopy of trees overlooking the river serving a few brews on tap. Our personal fave - the trendy summer spot found beneath

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