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Travel articles, guides, travel tips, unusual things to do, travel challenges and secret places in Europe

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Luxembourg: A legend of a mermaid and men’s curiosity

Luxembourg: A legend of a mermaid and men’s curiosity

This is a moral story with elements of reflection about men's curiosity, women's secrets and mermaids' ambivalence. Follow the tracks of the legend
Explore Belgrade in 13 easy drinks

Explore Belgrade in 13 easy drinks

Serbia’s chaotic capital is renowned for having one of the most vibrant nightlife scenes in Europe. For many visitors, the Belgrade experience passes
Museum of bags and purses Amsterdam

Museum of bags and purses Amsterdam

We challenge you: Discover how bags and purses can be museum exhibits A 16th century fanny pack with 18 secret pockets. Bridal purse from the 18th ce
The comic strip route on the streets of Brussels (+ self-guided map)

The comic strip route on the streets of Brussels (+ self-guided map)

The challenge: embark on a comic walk around Brussels with this informative guide + map There is probably no other city in the world that has as many
Brussels – first time visitor’s attractions

Brussels – first time visitor’s attractions

Many people underestimate Brussels as a tourist destination. The numerous headquarters of European Union institutions and its frequent mentioning in t
Italy: What’s the difference between trattoria, ristorante, osteria?

Italy: What’s the difference between trattoria, ristorante, osteria?

Brush up on your Italian and delve into the subtleties of Italian dining by discovering the (sometimes slight) differences between the various food ve
13 quotes about Greece that explain why people love it

13 quotes about Greece that explain why people love it

You don't need much to love Greece. Usually it's enough to visit it. No matter whether you've already visited the country or you are planning a trip t
Salt mines to visit around the world

Salt mines to visit around the world

The challenge: get close to the bowels of the earth in a salt mine How do you feel about a several-hour walk deep under the ground in the galleries o
Why Venetians don’t walk between the columns in St Mark’s Square

Why Venetians don’t walk between the columns in St Mark’s Square

When you set foot in St Mark's Square (Piazza San Marco) in Venice for the first time, you'll probably be overwhelmed by all the magnificence surround
21 signs you’ve been in Bavaria far too long

21 signs you’ve been in Bavaria far too long

1. Sandwiches are a normal breakfast food for you. And you can pay for one with only coins.  2. You are surprised when water (and soft drinks) get
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