If you’re looking for a travel adventure that combines the best of city culture, natural beauty, fun beer swilling times and some occasional nudity (the Germans love to get their kit off), then Germany should be next on your adventure hit list.
Our quest to find your 'special place' in the world
Whether you love it or hate it, Valentine’s Day is here once again. The overpriced set dinner meals are out in force, there’s pink as far as the eye can see and people are complaining about there never being a day to celebrate being single (FYI haters singles day is celebrated on February 15th!).
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Thousands of women are traveling solo each year, but millions more are intimated by solo travel from safety concerns to family pressure, they choose to simply stay home. Enter the Women's Travel Fest - a one day event that will inspire, empower, and forge new connections between women who love tr...
I've done, two Contiki Europe trips with a suitcase and it was alright but would've rather used a travel backpack. Dragging a suitcase through all cobblestone roads in Europe isn't really the most ideal especially with a fast paced style of travel. There are times where the Contiki Bus can't drop you off in front of the hotel/hostel/campground because the streets are too narrow or there is traffic so the group will have to walk. Then there are places like hostels, where if they have elevators they are small, slow and packed. It's much easier to take the stairs if you don't have a suitcase. Then there are also campgrounds, transit stations, etc. I'm going on my 3rd Contiki trip in a month and I'm definitely bringing a backpack. Just make sure if you're going with a backpack to go with a Travel Backpack and not a Hiking/Trekking Backpack. In all, the difference isn't that much, I'd rather be dragging a suitcase after a night of partying, but having a backpack is definitely ideal when you want to get to point A to point B quick and efficiently.
The fourth largest country geographically in the world, home to almost 1.4 billion people, the People’s Republic of China plays a huge part in world economy, trade and politics. But there is more to China.
It’s easy to fall for this corner of South East Asia
Looking to explore somewhere bursting with culture, infused with flavour and packed full of experiences? We’ve found your place. Vietnam is an incredible and energetic country you’re bound to love – and here are 15 reasons why.