Destinations – Where Do You Want To Go?
Free Travel Guides
As we move from place to place, we do our best to put together some free travel guides to help others out. From how to travel a destination on a budget, to the top things to see and do there, to where to eat and sleep, we try to cover it all. Take a look at our free travel guides below.
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Northern Ireland’s Causeway Coastal Route was recently named as one of the best road trips in the world and with very good reason. It’s an absolutely stunning stretch of coastline that stretches from Belfast to Derry, with loads to see and do along the way. From epic...read more
Few countries are as celebrated and maligned as India. On the one hand, people speak in horror of dirty streets, chaotic infrastructure, and scenes of poverty. At the other, they delight in its exotic cuisines, picturesque landscapes, and unbridled spirituality. India...read more
Of the many things to do in Ireland, Dublin has long been a favourite on European itineraries and with good reason. From expansive green areas to busy shopping streets, historical sites, to buzzing bars, there are so many things to do in Dublin that just knowing where...read more
Mussoorie is one of the most famous hill stations in India, and with just one look around when you're there, you’ll instantly understand why it’s nickname is "The Queen of the Hills". Located in the state of Uttarakhand, it's situated at an elevation of 2,005 metres,...read more
Vast, remote and stretching seemingly forever, the Australian outback is a landscape like no other we have ever experienced. As you may expect, it is dry, dusty and a place of incredible extremes with summer temperatures in excess of 40°C and winter nights dropping...read more
It's often said that we tend to overlook our homes when it comes to travel, sightseeing and exploration. Instead, we favour faraway lands, exotic destinations and let's face it, destinations with more inviting weather. With a few months at home getting over a back...read more
Doesn’t it cost sooo much? Do you have to be really fit? Don’t you need mountain climbing experience? Isn’t it dangerous? Do you need a lot of gear/equipment? Finally, a place where all your questions about doing the Everest Base Camp trek independently, without a...read more
A mule pushes its way through the narrow, dusty streets of the Fez medina to shouts of “Balak!” (look out!) from an old man with a stick. Stalls sell everything from carpets to camel meat and the vendors beckon you to come closer as you walk past. It seems the place...read more
Walking from the subway station towards our guesthouse in the Ximending area of the city, we had this strange sense of familiarity. Although we had never been to Taipei before, it felt very comfortable. Anyone we know who has visited has never had a bad word to say...read more
Pushing down on the pedals hard, one foot at a time, we crawl slowly uphill. Cowbells chime out as we steadily climb the quiet roads, winding through the foothills of the Pyrenees. Sweating in the heat of the sun, we finally reach the top and are awarded incredible...read more
Tokyo is one of those iconic cities, which is on a lot of people’s radars to visit; us included. Living in South Korea for more than three years, it was always such a short hop away and yet we had never found the time to visit. With our time in Korea coming to an end,...read more
Kyoto was the capital of Japan for over a millennium, so it’s no wonder that it's Japan’s second most-visited city after Tokyo. It’s a beautiful city, full of culture, a blend of traditional and modern and it’s surrounded on all but one side by mountains. While you...read more