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The Best Coffee Shops in Edinburgh (With WiFi)

<i>*Links in this article may be affiliate links, from which we may earn commission. See our Privacy Policy for full details.</i><p>On the hunt for Edinburgh …

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5 Places to Visit in The USA if You Love The Wild West

The American Wild West is featured so often in Hollywood films and on TV that many of us feel like we know it very well – the cowboys, the gun …

The Complete San Francisco Guide: According to a Local

“According to a Local” is a series of straight-to-the-point guides for different cities around the world. For each guide, we ask a local for all the …

17 Unreal Bars for a Drink You’ll Never Forget

There are many great bars in the world, but only a handful offer an unforgettable experience.<p>Whether it's one of the most breathtaking views in the …

Long Haul Flying: 12 Ways To Pass The Time and Stay Sane

As a child, hopping on a plane was incredibly exciting to me. It was a chance to venture to another land. An opportunity to bug the sh*t out of my …

Unusual things to do in Bangkok: The Penis Shrine (Chao Mae Tuptim)

Ladies, has the wave of unsolicited crotch shots in your DMs dried up? Fellas, can’t enough of your member? Look no further than Bangkok’s Chao Mae …

Day Trips from London: Cambridge

As one of the oldest and highest-ranking universities in the world, Cambridge is a magical place to visit. Filled to the brim with beautiful …

Photos to make you fall in love with East Africa

Previous Story<p>Tulia Zanzibar Beach Resort and Room Review<p>Most importantly – Does the hotel and room do what it’s supposed to do? Absolutely. The …

Ask an Expat: Living in Prague, Czech Republic

What is it like to move to Prague? To start a new life in a foreign country?<p>In the Ask an Expat series I interview expats living all over the world. …

Iceland Itinerary Suggestions from 1 Day to 2 Weeks

Every day I get reader mail and comments on my blog posts in regards to planning a trip to Iceland. The questions I get most of the time are related …

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Here are the top 14 must do's in Merida, Mexico

Things to do in Merida Mexico<p>Merida Mexico is one of the safest places in Mexico to visit and there is so much to do here that the list could go on …

The Death Railway: Why Everyone Should Travel on It From Kanchanaburi

The best hostels in Berlin

An insider's guide to the best hostels in Berlin, including the top places to stay for rooftop bars, good-value restaurants, clean, well-equipped rooms, en-suite bathrooms, and private bedrooms with televisions, in central Berlin, Mitte, Prenzlauer Berg and Kreuzberg.<p>The Circus Hostel<p>Berlin, Germany<p>…

Spain’s Lesser Known UNESCO World Heritage Sites

Travel<p>Trade in the usual tourist stops in Madrid and Barcelona for one of these less-trafficked treasures.<p>Honored for their “cultural and natural heritage of outstanding value to humanity,” Spain boasts a whopping 45 UNESCO sites—the third most after Italy and China. While Barcelona, Seville, and …

SEO Strategy in 2017: What's Most Important?

Don't trust what you've heard -- links are still king when it comes to search engine optimization.<p>Opinions expressed by <i>Entrepreneur</i> contributors are their own.<p>Everyone wants to get a high click-through rate and a good spot in Google's search algorithm. But, when it is generally accepted in the …

10 Awesome Travel Bloggers Reveal their Favourite Places in England

2018 is well under way, bringing with it new opportunities to explore the amazing cities, towns and landmarks that England has to offer. Tourist …

A weekend in Copenhagen: How to spend two days in the happiest city in the world

<b>Why go now?</b><p>Copenhagen is regularly voted the happiest city in the world, and has in recent years become something of a beacon for hipsters, given its …

Hang out where Hemingway, Fitzgerald, Stein did on a literary tour of Paris

Explore Ernest Hemingway's Paris on a literary tour that goes "In Search of the Lost Generation," the vibrant counterculture of students, artists, intellectuals and writers who migrated to the City of Light after World War I.<p>"The tour will be our own version of Hemingway's 'A Moveable Feast,' " …

Europe's 'last dictatorship' Belarus is now visa-free and easy to visit -- but is it worth the trip?

Belarus remains a blank spot on the map for even the most die-hard Europhiles.<p>Snuggly surrounded by Lithuania, Latvia, Poland, Ukraine and Russia, the land-locked country only drew 137,000 tourists in 2013, according to the United Nation's World Tourism Organization.<p>Part of this lack of interest …

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What to do in Helsinki, Finland in 3 Days

Helsinki, the vibrant capital of Finland, is known for its modern design heritage, art-nouveau buildings, hip and trendy neighborhoods and eclectic …

22 Amazing Things You Don’t Know About Estonia

Ahhhh Estonia. Totally ended up here by accident. One night we’re having drinks in Helsinki at the NBE Finland farewell party, the next morning I’m …

9 incredible European cities that tourists overlook

Tired of going away for the weekend to cities rammed with fellow Brits? Branch out from the usual suspects with these overlooked options, from …

This Massive Rail Map Shows How to Traverse Europe by Train

Planning a train trip around Europe? Peter Kerpedjiev, a post-doctoral fellow at Harvard Medical School, has produced a series of maps showing the …

Why Belgrade is the greatest city you'd never thought to visit

Today is Serbia’s National Day, which marks the anniversary of the First Serbian Uprising in 1804. Our writers think there has never been a better time to visit - here’s why you should check it out (before everyone else does)<p>1. Your pound will go pretty far<p>The country, which is currently in the …