Category: Travel

Must-see places in Budapest in an evening (Part 1)

If challenged as to how many places to see in an evening in Budapest, then follow the below path and I am sure most of the things will be covered in one evening Let’s say, one is starting from Gozdsu Udvar Court on a weekend, then this is what one can see as a tourist and

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Places to eat in Budapest (Non-Hungarian Specialities)

While roaming in Gozsdu Udvar court, we came across Jamie Oliver Pizzeria. As I explained in my earlier post, we thoroughly enjoyed the weekend market happening in the court and we were really hungry as we landed around later afternoon in Budapest.  As we stepped inside we liked the vibe, but it was too dark

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A street in Budapest

Budapest can be described as extremely entertaining city and even I didn’t expect it while I was planning to visit it. The only reason why we ended up exploring Gozsdu Udvar court was due to its accessibility from Wombats City Hostel Budapest. Imagine a road that connects seven courtyards of seven buildings placed in a

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Basics of planning a two day trip to any city in Europe

How many of you find planning a trip easy? How many of you feel confused about the process and feel stressful while executing the plan?

I can assure you after planning trips to 13 countries only in the last 2 years (July 2016 to August 2018); I can safely say I am getting a hang of it. I have managed to visit 27 cities or towns in these countries and clicked countless pictures.

Hence, I wished to write down a small process that I follow when planning a new trip. It more or less remains the same. 

Benagil cave story!

Benagil Cave – Algar de Benagil is absolute must if you are planning a trip to Algarve region of Portugal. It is a place closer to Faro than Lagos. Benagil cave beach is unique as one can only stay on the beach inside the cave if one swims or kayaks till the cave. This naturally

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Kungsträdgården in Stockholm

Stockholm had full blossom cherry blossom trees during the months of April and May. Spring has arrived late this year but the excitement to see these flowers was clearly visible among both locals and tourists. Even though Kungsträdgården is ‘the’ place for everyone to visit, one can spot many more trees planted across the city.

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Cherry blossoms in Stockholm 🌸

It’s a beautiful time to visit Stockholm and enjoy the weather as well as nature. Spring is here. This year spring is quite late, nevertheless the air is fresh and people are happy. It’s that time of the year in Stockholm when Sakura flowers blossom in Kungsträdgården – a place where around 65 trees are

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