europe

Whether embarking on a Eurotrip or a weekend jaunt to a foreign city, European travel requires some smart planning; you may know all the must-see landmarks, but we provide the hidden gems.

Coralia Mugnier3 months ago
The Victorian Housing of Marchmont
I have been in Edinburgh since the beginning of March now, and after a few days of strolls and urban explorations, I have discovered the residential district named Marchmont, built in the mid 19th cen...
Sahar Pourzahed3 months ago
Moving to Paris or Staying in Toronto
About six months ago, my boyfriend and I decided to move to Paris. I’ve previously visited it and documented everything for him so he was more than excited to see it as well. We both had lived in Toro...
Kirstyn Brook3 months ago
The Aftermath: Nice, France (Part 3)
Whenever you see Nice, or the general south of France area in the movies it is without fail sunny. Sunshine, fancy cars, and gorgeous women, pretty much summarize the entire depiction of the region in...
Elaine T3 months ago
Visiting Amsterdam
When I went to Amsterdam for the first time, I went in March and the weather was decent enough in a warm coat to walk. I walked everywhere for a couple of reasons. It was my first time traveling alone...
Tamara Iwanchyshyn3 months ago
How to Spend a Week in Just London and Never Be Bored
Over New Year's of 2018, I went with a friend to London, England for ten days. We stayed in Greenwich for two days and the rest of the time in Notting Hill. I had the most amazing time doing all kinds...
Amanda Stamper3 months ago
How To Travel Cheap In Europe
Traveling cheap through Europe has never been easier. With the plunging value of the euro, the increase of budget airlines, and the “sharing economy” (think Airbnb and Uber), it's now easier than ever...
Hunter Cordes3 months ago
A Backpacker's Tale
I had somehow found a way to follow through with my word. I had promised my friends a thousand times I’d come visit them, and you may think Los Angeles to Istanbul may take a lot to reach, that I shou...
Francesca Goti3 months ago
A Solo Travel in Venice
There are places that have nothing to do with our ideas of home, family and affections. Places that nothing have in common with important moments of our lifes. And yet, sometimes some of this places s...
Caledonian Cogs3 months ago
'A-Road' Adventures
It doesn't take much to get inspired when you have a bike. I work funny shifts, which means I am often free when others aren't. Last week was no exception, when my Girlfriend and I decided to take a s...
James Turley4 months ago
Warm and Slow, the City of Barcelona
The light shines a dirty brown tint through the clouds as they smother the stars that slip past; dirty blotches dot the ink sky. The day had not gone well with delays on every port of call from Bristo...
Victoria Gawlik4 months ago
London, I Love You
London is a city drenched in history, covering bloody war, epic music, fashion, and royalty. It is a global landmark of culture and adventure, and it does not disappoint. I have wanted to live here si...
Dess Lyapova4 months ago
When Paradise Is Underrated: An Insight Into Montenegro’s Most Luxurious Marina
And for a reason. A hidden gem? Europe’s best-kept secret? A Balkan paradise? Unmissable yacht lovers’ stop? Definitions that come close, yet fail to convey fully, the fairy-tale likeness of this dest...
Bethany Rollinson4 months ago
Snow in England
Well. After all this hot weather, I felt it would be very apt to write my article on the snow we had at the start of the year. This year has definitely been a year of extremes for me in terms of weath...
Suez W.4 months ago
Five Cities to Visit in the Netherlands That Are Not Amsterdam
Typically when you tell people you are Dutch, the response is usually the same. "So you're from Germany?" No, Germans are from Germany. "Norway?" Also wrong. "Denmark?" Wrong again. "Holland?" Close. ...
Kader Folles4 months ago
Hill Farming - A Day in the Life of a Van-Dweller
We set off from the far south stretch of England, northbound to the rolling hills of the Peak District. We had a long drive ahead of us. We were leaving behind the rocky shoreline of Cornwall, to work...
Amanda Nowak4 months ago
A Review of Hotel Nord Nuova in Rome, Italy
In January 2017, I took a J-term trip with my college to Italy. About 75% of our trip was spent at Hotel Nord Nuova in Rome. We stayed at this hotel for a total of ten days. Here is my honest review! ...
Emily PK 4 months ago
Moving to England: What I've Learned
So, I moved to England about two months ago and, boy, I gotta tell you, British people are not entirely what I expected. First of all, let me give some context. As an American girl born and raised in ...
Caledonian Cogs4 months ago
Scottish Motorcycle Diaries
Be you an adventure seeker or a treasure hunter, chances are you can tick both boxes by strapping on a bike helmet and heading for the North of Scotland. I recently made the trip to the beautiful Aris...