5 Things to Do in Bratislava While it might not be on everyone's travel bucket list, Bratislava has tons of things to do! The capital of Slovakia is easy to reach from both Vienna, and Prague, so why not make it a point to visit? You can enjoy a slower urban pace here, and still feel like you're doing so much! Here's 5 Things to do in Bratislava. 1. Bratislava Castle If there's one place to visit in the Slovakian capital, it's here!
King’s Day is a huge traditional celebration in The Netherlands on the 27th of April. People typically start celebrating the evening before, deck themselves out in orange, and hit the streets and canals to celebrate King Willem-Alexander’s birthday, Dutch style! Even the royal family comes out to celebrate with Dutch citizens! So what can you expect? The streets and canals of Amsterdam turn into a giant open air party, and includes markets, live music, canal boat parades, street parties, and more.
Amsterdam Food Guide Amsterdam is full of great places to eat, so we present to you the Amsterdam Food Guide! This Dutch city is famous for more than just lovely canals, historic buildings, and coffee shops - Amsterdam truly holds its own when it comes to food! Dutch food If you want to try some authentic Dutch cuisine, then check out Restaurant Greetje. They put a modern spin on traditional Dutch food and turn it into a culinary experience. You have to visit this place!
One of the most essential things to bring on your travels is a backpack that perfectly suits you. The best travel backpack is one you can bring anywhere, not on just on one trip but on your all your adventures in the upcoming years, a backpack you can rely on, that feels comfortable and has zips that won’t suddenly break (we hate that). To make sure you will pick the perfect one, we reviewed the 5 best travel backpacks of
Kourambiethes are Greek Christmas cookies and are enjoyed by many Greeks during the Christmas holidays. You can find these delicious holiday treats in most Greek homes, and luckily for you, they're fairly easy to make. Like adding a traditional flair to your holiday baking? Or maybe you just crave the taste of home over the holidays? Here's our recipe for Kourambiethes Greek Christmas cookies! Prep time: 25 mins Cook time: 20 mins Ingredients 1 cup butter, at room temperature 1 egg yolk 2-3 cups powdered sugar 1
Europe is a popular destination for street artists and street art lovers. Once seen as a form of vandalism, it's gained respect and admiration by the art community and the public. Street art separates itself from graffiti lacking beauty or meaning, and gives life to otherwise boring public spaces. Many cities have made it a main tourist attraction! Read on to discover the most colourful street art destinations in Europe! 1. Bristol, UK If there's one street art destination in the UK worth visiting, it's
Here are a few must-read food tips you should keep in mind when planning what to eat in Belgrade. As you may know, Belgrade is an exciting city and interesting every time of the year. History spreads all over the city giving it a peculiar charm with a bold twist when the sun sets down - the city is famous for its pulsating nightlife and parties! Belgrade also offers a great variety of gastronomy influenced by its Balkan neighbours. Traditional food includes soups,
My Erasmus Year was a fantastic experience and one I won't soon forget. And while I made some great memories, I wish I had known some things before heading into it. I want to help you avoid that, so I've come up with a list of 20 Things I Wish I Knew Before My Erasmus Year. 1. Apply on time to get your Erasmus Scholarship One of the best things about going on an Erasmus Year is being able to get a
Rotterdam is famous for its architecture and skyline, and with summer on the horizon, we have some great recommendations of where to catch the best views of the cityscape. The vistas are scorching hot even when the weather isn’t, and these are the perfect lookouts for sunset over the city on a summer’s evening. Whether you fancy a sunny terrace with a good Dutch beer, some dizzying heights, or a chilled picnic spot; here are our top spots for the
Here's our guide to What to eat in Copenhagen Copenhagen boasts no less than 15 Michelin stars, more than any other Scandinavian city. The brightest shining star is of course Noma, three times winner of the title Best Restaurant in the World and a huge reason why the nordic cuisine is now the hottest thing in the restaurant world. But the food scene in Copenhagen is alive and kicking on all levels, not just fine dining. The Danes new found love for