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Sofia: Bulgaria’s Underrated Capital

Sofia itinerary

Bulgaria was a country that had piqued my interest from the beginning of my Eastern European travels. I can be a bit of a dork about ancient civilisations and had heard that the country boasts some of the best preserved Thracian ruins in the world. Combine that with a world-class wine country, a diverse landscape, and top-notch beaches all at very affordable prices, you could say that I had high … Read More

Prizren or Pristina: Where To Go In Kosovo

prizren old town

I didn’t know what to expect when I went backpacking in Kosovo, but after spending a week there I found a warm and welcoming country with plenty to offer. The two main cities, Prizren and Pristina, both have something different to offer travellers and I strongly recommend trying to fit both cities in your Kosovo itinerary. They are only separated by a 1.5-hour bus ride making it incredibly easy to … Read More

How to Buy Premier League Tickets in England

Visiting Anfield is a must on any Liverpool itinerary

Football in England is a religion. So if you’re planning on visiting the UK or have been living here for a while, seeing a football game live is simply one of the best experiences you can have. Unfortunately, its popularity and the fact that most tickets are sold to season ticket holders means getting tickets isn’t as straightforward as you might be used to in other countries. Nevertheless, with a little … Read More

Visit Novi Sad and Nis: Serbia’s Second Cities

Balkans itinerary

If you only have time to visit one city in Serbia, make sure it’s Belgrade – it’s one of the best cities in Europe! However, like is often the case, the largest city isn’t always representative of the whole country and the people that live there. It’s therefore worth considering to visit Novi Sad or to visit Nis (or more accurately Niš) – two of Serbia’s smaller cities. This will … Read More

How To Get Cheap Theatre Tickets In London

Whether you’re living in London or here for a short trip, seeing a show in London is a must. With hundreds of shows on offer, from lavish musicals on the West End to quirky plays in basements, you can undoubtedly find something to suit anyone’s tastes. Unfortunately for many people, the perceived cost of going to the theatre prevents them from buying tickets however there are a number of ways … Read More

Alternative 3 Day London Itinerary

In 2016, London was reported as the most visited city in Europe and came in second only to Bangkok to the most visited city in the entire world. And who can blame people? London has a lot to offer, from fantastic museums to top-of-the-line restaurants and theatre, but where do you go to escape the hoards of tourists? Whether you’re from out of town and want to see a different … Read More

Five Things to do in London After Work

In the 1700s, an English writer named Samuel Johnson once said: “when a man is tired of London, he is tired of life.” Three centuries later, not much has changed. There is always so much going on in this city, it is impossible to get bored! However, sometimes it’s easy to fall into a rut when you work 9 to 5 and not make the most of your weekday evenings. … Read More