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The city has recently become one of the favourites for Stag Parties from throughout Europe, but even these can be avoided if you choose your venues carefully. Check out our list of the top bars and clubs to enjoy Bratislava nightlife. Alligator Located on Laurinska Street in central Bratislava, this underground rock club will greet you on the stairs with a massive (statue of an) alligator. But keep on going, this is one of the city's best venues for live music and

From the first moment I arrived in Athens, I was in love. It’s one of those cities that simply has everything: from ancient temples to modern rooftop bars and the most stunning beaches- not even to mention the amazing Greek food. Athens is the first stop of my one-month Famous Hostels Eurotrip! The endless summer days, beach parties and easy connection to the most beautiful islands makes Athens the perfect place to be around. I actually already arrived in Athens a couple

If you read my previous post about Granada, then you’d know that I left with a very heavy heart. Not only did I have an amazing time in Granada, but arriving in Seville meant My Iberian Adventure was coming to an end. I travelled to Seville by bus and train which was my last use of the Eurail pass for the remainder of the trip. From Granada, the train company arranged a bus that went directly to Antequera, and dropped me off

Ready for the most wonderful time of the year? Europeans take Christmas atmosphere to another level with Christmas Markets everywhere! If you are backpacking through Europe during Christmas season or just jumping into a short weekend break in city, see our recommendations for a true genuine backpacker experience with the Best Christmas Markets in Europe: 1. Stockholm, Sweden Visit the most well known traditional annual Christmas market at the largest open air museum in Europe called ’Skansen’. It is the season to be

    It’s almost the time that Amsterdam turns orange for the King’s birthday. King’s Day (formerly Queen’s Day) is a huge traditional celebration in The Netherlands and this year, the national holiday is on Saturday 27th of April. Everybody goes out in their orange gear and celebrates King Willem-Alexander’s birthday in style. Even the royal entourage, including the King himself, goes out and about to celebrate along with the folk. Expect one big open air party: with street markets, live music,

I ran as fast as I could to arrive on time and find my seat, using the first few moments of rest to catch my breath. In my personal experience, one of the worst aspects of backpacking around Spain and Portugal was the feeling of being rushed by my methods of transportation. Unfortunately, this was how I started my trip to Málaga and if i’m being honest, I was mostly to blame. I left Cat’s Hostel in Madrid about 35

Christmas in Austria It`s getting cold in our area - winter is coming up! Time for skiing, snowangels and some tasty hot mulled wines at the xmas markets called gluehwine. But as nice and picturesque as this is, it`s pretty much the same all over Europe. All over? – no. Austria is different. What’s a Krampus-run? The Krampus-run is a typical Christmas custom in the alpine area. The ancient germanic word “krampen” means “crawl” in the English language. In our local dialect the

Ever since I was a little girl it was my dream explore the world. I wanted to fly to far continents, experience different cultures and travel across countries. I heard stories of people around me going on Interrail trips, a trip where they went all around Europe by train, just them and their backpack. It’s funny because I remember so well the first time someone told me about this, and now, now I was going on an Interrail trip myself! All

About the circuit The Circuit Ricardo Tormo, in the Valencian Community, is one of the best circuits in the current scene. It owes its name to the double world champion of 50 cc, Ricardo Tormo (the first Valencian to conquer a world title), who died in 1998 after losing the battle against leukemia. The circuit has won several prizes in the Motorcycle World Championship, being voted as the best track in the world in 2003, 2004 and 2006. With a capacity for 120,000

How often do you tell yourself: “Oh, if only I’d known this before”. Well, I never said it as much as during my Erasmus Year. There’s so much the university and teachers ‘forget’ to tell you which will make your time abroad so much more awesome. So just in case they forget to inform you,we’ll help you get most out of your time abroad and share the 20 things I wish I knew before my Erasmus Year. 1. Apply on time

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