The peaceful Moorish alleys of Lisbon are invading by stinky and noisy tuk-tuks dragging a heavy load of tourists. Is it really necessary? Is it possible to promote tourism in a city without destroying it in the process?
Eating well in Lisbon is a simple task but it helps to have a list of nice restaurants to try. We’ve done our best to try them all, and here’s the result
Some of the best coffee in Berlin, can be found in Kreuzberg and north Neukölln. I tried to visit as many cafés my nervous system could take. Or perhaps one or two more.
As we were surprised to notice, Vienna has nothing to envy to other more popular European capitals. Not even a bike rental scheme. Here’s how to use Vienna’s Citybike.
Choosing the right travel guide and map is crucial for the quality of your trip. We weren’t happy with our choice and this is what we’ll do next time we’re in Iceland
A day started amongst basaltic formations and puffins, ending gloriously with the Geyser spouting in the midnight twilight.
Three days in Algarve, a little break in the sun in Faro Tavira and Sagres, surrounded by colourful towns, interesting characters, great food and the ocean. Here is a selection of photos of our favourite moments
I was expecting a true connection between man and horse, instead the only thing that connected me with Ypis was that neither of us wanted to be there, doing that. This is just a hint of how we enjoyed horse riding in Iceland
The land of ice and fire. We’ve been where Iceland got this glorious and ominous name, we danced between floating icebergs and gingerly drove around the large glacier concealing some of the scariest volcanoes in Europe.
The short and comfortable night made for a difficult awake. We shifted the curtains with a finger to peep outside; rain. The day was not accurately planned: we had to go to Djupivogur – which was not too far away – and the only detour that we had been recommended involved quite too many miles […]