The Hobbit and the Middle Earth in New Zealand

March 22nd, 2017 |

This Christmas the third instalment of Peter Jackson’s The Hobbit closes the series started by The Fellowship of the Ring –first film of the Lord of the Rings trilogy– back in 2001. This is a nostalgic moment for all […]

Billund, LEGO homeland

March 20th, 2017 |

If you hear about Billund, you probably wouldn’t be able to place it in a map. But if we talk about LEGOLAND® park in Denmark, it may ring a bell. Whether you’re into travelling or into roller-coasters, you should […]

Original travellers you can follow on Instragam

April 29th, 2016 |

Instagram has open a door to the most original amateur photographers in all fields, although those devoted to travelling are the most successful.  So, here is a post with 10 Instragram accounts of travellers that not only capture reality […]

10 things you cannot miss in a trip to Switzerland

April 28th, 2016 |

Switzerland is the type of country that, despite being surrounded by many cultures, has managed to maintain its own identity and become one of the most popular destinations in Europe.
If you are one of the fortunate travellers visiting it, […]

10 reasons to travel to Thailand

April 18th, 2016 |

If there is a country that you don’t need reasons to travel to it is, without question, Thailand. The land of smiles, the place that never disappoints, that always exceeds anyone’s expectations; the corner of the world that, despite […]

The most impressive and renowned temples in Asia

April 14th, 2016 |

Asia is a continent that encapsulates numerous architectural wonders both in its most mainstream and underground destinations. And as an example, here is this post, with some of the most amazing temples in Asia.

1. Borobudur (Java, Indonesia)
In the isle […]

10 truths and lies about travelling to China

April 11th, 2016 |

If there is something that no one can deny about the Asian giant is that it is unlike any other country. In fact, China could be considered a whole different world. Based on a foundation of stereotypes, some more […]

Interrail: things you must know before catching the first train

March 16th, 2016 |

A few months ago, my sister and I had the idea of going interrailing. It was one of those days where you are like “please, let’s do something different” –translate this into Spanish so that the conversation looks more […]

60 (+1) things every Erasmus student has gone through

January 4th, 2016 |

Bridge-builder between cultures, crash course in languages, official destroyer of your adultolescence, liver and beer-belly trainer, murderer of long-distance relationships and Don Juan for meant-to-be couples… But, above all, great experience and unforgettable memory for everyone that was lucky […]

10 gestures we should avoid when travelling

December 30th, 2015 |

When travelling to countries whose culture is utterly different to ours, we should take several things into account, since what might seem meaningless to us can come across as something else entirely and get us into trouble, or even […]

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