48 Hours in Berlin – What Should You Do?

Europe welcomes thousands of gap year students every year, and while the majority of your time will be spent in one place, it’s a great opportunity to take advantage of Europe’s cheap student travel (check out the InterRail site for example) and (relatively) short travel times between major cities. So, what should you do if…

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9 things to do with 9 euros (or less) in Munich:

Lederhosen, bratwurst and so much beer – who could resist a trip to the city once known as Germany’s Secret Capital? And Munich flights are cheap. But isn’t Germany expensive? Not so! Here’s how to Bavaria on a budget: 1) Buy a litre of beer at Oktoberfest. 6 million people will be doing the same…

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A Solo Traveler’s Guide To Fulda, Germany

Frankfurt is one of the biggest hubs in the world for air travel. Connections are made in this German city, but very few stop in the area to smell the roses. Just northeast of Frankfurt, the city of Fulda makes its home. In between the Rhön plateau and the Vogelsberg Mountains, Fulda is just a…

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Year Round Culture in Berlin

Oberbaumbrücke

Berlin is a haven for culture in Germany boasting over 400 art galleries and is also home to an abundance of festivals, events and parades all year round. Here’s our top picks! The Berlin International Film Festival The Berlin film festival although might not be as famous as Cannes is still a major international film…

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European Music Festivals – Top Five

1. Exit Festival, Novi Sad, Serbia This four day festival has been going for over a decade, and has seen established a continent-wide reputation in recent years. This has lead to an increase in both heavyweight international headliners (Placebo and The Chemical Brothers played in 2010) and the number of boozed-up post-A level revellers in…

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