Basel Travel Guide

Basel is situated in Switzerland along the border of France and Germany and is the third largest city in the country. The famous Rhien river runs through the city, splitting it into two sections however the city is compact and easy to navigate around and you will find a mix of business visitors, tourists looking … More Basel Travel Guide

Zermatt Travel Guide

Zermatt is Europe’s highest ski resort and it’s spectacular snowy village is situated near one of one of the world’s most photographed mountains – the Matterhorn which is the famous mountain that inspired the triangular shape and the logo for Toblerone! Tucked deep in the Swiss Alps and often overlooked by other bigger cities such … More Zermatt Travel Guide

Munich Travel Guide

Munich is the biggest city in the south of Germany and is a big attraction for all travellers, especially around Oktoberfest when the beer festival attracts thousands of tourists. The city has a historic centre with huge english gardens, lots of german food and art collections. Saving Money Tips | Munich Munich is fairly reasonable … More Munich Travel Guide

Amsterdam travel guide

Amsterdam travel guide Let me paint a picture for you. Glorious canals padded by gabled houses, plush parks, vibrant markets, whooshing bicycles, quirky candlelit cafes, epic museums, amazing food, and renowned nightlife. Sound good? Well there is all that and then some. With such a plethora of activities it can be overwhelming knowing where to … More Amsterdam travel guide

Bangkok Travel Guide

Bangkok is a crazy popular tourist place and is considered as the doorway to the aesthetic southern islands, which are undoubtedly a paradise for anyone who visits. Europeans who are new to the east will always find it very chaotic and polluted. Needless to say, Bangkok can be really exciting for first timers. The cheap … More Bangkok Travel Guide