Discovering Kent: Canterbury, Dover, Chilham and Leeds Castle

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Kent is traditionally know as the ‘Garden of England’ for its abundance of orchards and gardens. And since we are very fond of everything green, we really wanted to discover some of its highlights, even if it was only for … Read More

A Trip to Snowdonia National Park in North Wales

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Wales is a pretty amazing country. While based in Llangollen, we went on a day trip through Snowdonia National Park, visited a castle, a steam railway, a slate museum, spotted fields of bluebells and more sheep than we could count.  … Read More

Beautiful England. Bath, Lacock, Salisbury and Stonehenge Day Trip

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London is a great base for day trips and the English countryside surely is dotted with charming villages and lovely towns worth discovering even if only for a few hours.  Having previously visited Bath and Stonehenge years ago, we decided … Read More

The Netherlands in One Day

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Does this sound unrealistic? Well, maybe, but we surely were surprised by just how much we managed to see and experience in one single day by putting together 3 Tours And Tickets tours. The Netherlands is not a large country, … Read More

Madrid Photo Tour: In Search Of The Best Photos

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We started the second day of our Interrail trip with a photo tour of Madrid. We met Mario and his team of professional photographers in the lobby of Hotel Meninas. They are a small team of three people, two professional … Read More

Exploring Angkor. A Day Among Ruins

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The demons and gods bridge leading to Angkor Thom The Angkor region was on my bucket list ever since I can remember. I’m a big fan of ruins; I simply find them irresistible. I can’t really explain why, maybe they … Read More

Bergen: The UNESCO World Heritage Site of Bryggen

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It was the 18th day of our Interrail trip… First thing in the morning we decided to go on a guided tour of the UNESCO Heritage Site of Bryggen. Situated just next to the harbor, the colorful facades are the highlight … Read More

Warsaw, City of Contrasts

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If I were to use only one word to describe Warsaw, I would use reinvented. Why? Because it seems to me Warsaw reinvents itself every step of the way. We spent the 6th day of our 1 month InterRail journey through Europe … Read More

Krakow. In the Footsteps of the Jewish People

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We spent the 3rd day of our InterRail month through Europe in Krakow. Quirky statue in Krakow’s Main Square Much like Poznan, Krakow is a surprising city. First thing we did was visit the Wawel Castle. As it was Monday, only the … Read More

A Walk to Remember. Discovering Porto’s Best Kept Secrets

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Old Porto tram car still in use  Every city has its secret corners that it reveals slowly, over time, to the patient traveler, and Porto is no exception. Therefore we were thrilled when the guys from EcoTours Portugal invited us for a walking tour … Read More