Being in the Netherlands for a year doing a Masters has its perks, like getting to travel Europe. However, being student again means we no longer have a steady paycheque, soooo here are 7 tips on how to keep travel in Europe more affordable! 1. Packed lunches This is an essential when traveling anywhere. Airports, … Continue reading 7 Tips for Cheaper Travel in Europe
After a night on the bus, we arrived in Berlin in the early hours of a chilly November morning. We promptly went into the station to warm up and find the best route to our hotel. Even though it was so early in the morning and the sun was not yet up, we managed to … Continue reading 48 hours in Berlin!
On Monday the Dutch government issued a code red, which apparently means heavy snow and bad weather. My lectures were cancelled, we were warned about train disruptions and even the Utrecht library sent students home . While the rest of the Netherlands locked their doors and turned up their radiators, I put on my long, black … Continue reading Utrecht’s Iridescent White Blanket
With its beautiful landscape, rich history and delicious cuisine - Tuscany is a perfectly picturesque location to put on your travel bucket list. With an array of wonderful places to explore, the decision was tough but in the end, we chose to do Pisa, Lucca and Florence. We based ourselves in Firenze and took the train to … Continue reading Tuscany: Things to do and Places to see
So after just six days in the Netherlands, we were ready for a holiday! We said goodbye to the rain in Amsterdam and embraced being under the European sun. Here are some things we think you absolutely have to do when you're in Croatia. Eat Ice Cream everyday! The ice creams in Croatia have ruined … Continue reading The Croatia Days: Things to do and Places to see