The Ultimate Interrail Itinerary: 41 Pit Stops Across Europe

For more than 45 years, the Interrail pass has been whisking travelers around Europe. From Paris to Porto, Lisbon to Latvia, Berlin to Bulgaria, it now covers a vast network of rail lines and connections between the Black Sea, the Baltic, and the Atlantic Ocean. Some links are nifty high-speed whizzers out of the future. […]

13 Magical Spots For a Winter Vacation in Europe

Europe is the birthplace of hygge culture: the Danish word for all things comfy and cosy. If tropical getaways aren’t your thing, than Europe is the perfect spot to hunker down and cozy up this winter season. Wake up to snow-capped mountains in Slovenia, walk cobbled streets in Tallinn, shop at cheerful Christmas festivals in […]

The Best 1-Day Copenhagen Bike Tour, from city to small towns

Copenhagen and cycling are essentially synonymous— the two exist in harmony, a match made in heath heaven. Believe it or not, there are more bikes in the city than actual residents. The bike scene is brimming with enthusiasts, structural innovators, and people like me who enjoy leisure exercise and saving a few bucks from skipping […]

13 of Our Favorite Off-the-Beaten-Path Greek Islands

Forget the body-packed beaches of Corfu. Dodge the snorkeler-filled lagoons of Crete. Ditch the pulsing party towns of Mykonos. There are plenty of other Greek islands: you just might not have heard of them yet. Cue this list. We’ll guide you from the rustic Dodecanese chain on the cusp of Turkey all the way to […]

13 Cool and Unconventional Hostels in Europe

Back in the day, a hostel was little more than a place to get a decent night’s sleep in return for a bit of cooking or cleaning and earning your keep. And sure, there’s a high chance that your family still pictures you scrubbing the floor before curling up under a flea-bitten blanket with a […]

A Guide to Barcelona Through the Eyes of Picasso

Pablo Picasso: one of the defining artists of the 20th century and a primary figure behind the Cubism movement. Although he spent the bulk of his adult life in Paris, Barcelona is where the legendary painter called his true home in times of nostalgia and sadness. Picasso was born in Málaga and later moved to […]

9 Beautiful Beaches Within Two Hours Of Central London

Sure, the weather in the UK is not so great, but when the sun is shining, we know exactly where to go to escape the heat. What we lack in palm trees, we make up for in unspoilt beaches and incredible views. So, when you fancy nothing more than a few hours with the sand […]

41 of the Best Things to Do in Krakow

So, you’re heading off to Krakow? Get ready for a whirlwind of Gothic castles, cobbled squares topped by majestic palaces, leafy parks, and, of course, more potent vodka shots than you’ll care to remember (or be able to remember!). Yep, this cultural hub of Poland is unquestionably one of the most enthralling towns on the […]

Your Ultimate Guide to Queer Paris

Look, traveling is hard. But traveling solo as a queer womxn? Even harder. For all the gay travel sites and guides out there, there’s a heavy focus on cis-men. But what about the women, the trans folk, and the non-binary? We travel too, but it’s hard to find reliable information about inclusive, queer spots to […]

11 of the Best Rooftop Bars In London

There’s nothing Londoners love more than flocking to the tops of the city’s tallest buildings on some of the hottest days of the year. From the chic rooftops of the West End to the quirky bars of the East End, there’s a rooftop for every occasion (and appetite). These places take al fresco to the […]

Europe’s Glitziest Seaside Towns (and Why You Should Visit)

As magnets for superyacht owners and the glitterati, you might be fooled into thinking that jet-setting hubs like St Tropez and Portofino have little more to offer than high-end shopping and star-studded night clubs. Au contraire, travel seeker!  Here’s our list of five of Europe’s glitziest and most stunning seaside towns, complete with tips on […]

11 of the United Kingdom’s Most Unique and Exciting Festivals

The UK has bad rap for being stuffy and overly serious. But UK culture isn’t just confined to tea, royal weddings, and crumpets (thank goodness). Fantastic, fun, and totally bizarre, the UK’s weirdo festivals are at the heart of its history and culture. They’ll mostly amaze and charm you. Sometimes they’ll totally confuse you. But […]