Under Visited Cities To Consider In Your Next Trip To Europe

under visited citiesIf you are planning a trip to Europe, you may be thinking of popular cities to visit. However, you may want to consider these great under visited cities in Europe that you haven’t thought visiting.

Helsinki, Finland

If you’re up for a quirky adventure, then inform your luxury travel agent you want to fly to the southern capital of Finland. Helsinki is spectacularly entwined with the bays, islands and inlets of the Baltic.

The boulevards and backstreets of this peninsula-perched city are packed with intriguing dining and drinking venues, magnificent architecture and of course ground-breaking design.

Don’t forget to sample Finnish flavours, which you can find all over Helsinki, from creative bistros to historic kauppahalli (covered market) and venerable restaurants. If you’re feeling a bit gastronomically adventurous, you can sample elk, bear, reindeer and other wildlife that find their way onto plates in Helsinki, along with specialities like tar, forest mushrooms and bushels of berries.

Gothenburg, Sweden

Just off the Göta älv river, on the west coast of Sweden, the magnificent Gothenburg (Göteborg) is known worldwide for its canals and blooming boulevards. A gregarious, chilled-out city that’s considerably appealing to both locals and tourists, Gothenburg is a prominent seaport, brimming with theme parks, entertainment venues and jaw-dropping gardens.

You’ll find locals sunbathing beside the canals and tons of neoclassical architecture lining the city’s tram-rattled streets. You’ll be surprised to find that there’s always an interesting social or cultural event going on in this very walkable city.

There’s plenty of things to explore in Gothenburg. Take a set in one of the cosy cafes and feast on the city’s local delicacies, like a delightful almond caramel cake (Toscakaka) or a crisp bread (Knäckebröd). Drop by the city’s major attractions, such as the Liseberg Amusement Park, the Gothenburg Botanical Garden and the Southern Archipelago.

Great Places You Can Explore With Your Best Friend

travel with best friendPlanning to get married or not, touring the world with your best friend is just a practical idea. Not only will it lessen your stress level, but you will naturally be happier.

There are many great reasons why you should travel with your best friend. First, it will make you happy, you will be able to celebrate your friendship, and it will naturally deepen your connection with that person.

Here are some great places you can share with your BFF:


Visit the land of smiles and you will definitely smile with them the whole time. Enjoy its picturesque beaches, and have a great nightlife, and don’t forget to enjoy the different adventures you can do in the country at relatively good prices. Your best friend will definitely enjoy.


The country is rich not just in natural beauty but it is also rich of colonial heritage. Experience the frenzied chaos of the cities while enjoying its delectable cuisine. You and your best friend will have fun as the both of you chronicle the adventures of your vacation in the beautiful country.


A great place to go on a honeymoon, but also a great place to enjoy a luxurious vacation with your great buddy. The Maldives offer exotic islands, blue seas, white sandy beaches, healthy and beautiful reefs, and so many different types of watersports. The Maldives has it all if you want to go on and have a party destination or go on a cruise. It is up to you.

Travelling is fun and exploring the new place can be more exciting when you travel with your best friend. These are just a few destination ideas that you should consider on your travel list.

5 Ways to Save Money When Travelling in Iceland

You may be heading there for the Northern Lights, the volcanoes or even the sheep! In any case, you’re no doubt getting ready to wave goodbye to your money when taking a trip to the notoriously expensive Iceland. We’ve got 5 simple ways to save some money when you’re in Iceland.

Enjoy the natural wonders
Iceland is one of the leading destinations for natural beauty, and they are yet to put an admission fee on most of it. To see the landscapes cheaply, it’s recommended that you hitchhike! Yep, that’s right – the locals are so friendly that hitchhiking in Iceland is a standard way to get around.

Have your own water bottle
Buying bottled water is not only bad for the environment (we don’t need to use this much plastic), but it’s also pricey. At around US$3 a bottle, you’ll want to avoid buying water in Iceland. The tap water, however, is clean and drinkable. So you’ll never have to pay for a drop. This is a good habit to get into at home as well – there are plenty of great reusable bottles available.

Pitch a tent
Save a load of money on hotels, because camping is possible just about anywhere in Iceland. It’s only around US$14 a night for camping at a site, or completely free if you decide to rough it and camp in the wild instead. It’s legal unless individually signed or on private land/in a protected wildlife area.

Bring your bedding
This seems like a strange one, but most hostels will charge you for bed sheets! Pillows, however, are free. Linen can cost anywhere upwards of US$10 for the duration of your stay.

Ride the bus
Like we mentioned earlier, hitchhiking is a recommended way to get around Iceland. But if that’s not your thing, then a bus pass is your next best option. A country-wide bus pass will cost US$323, so if you’re going to be in Iceland a while and travelling a lot, it’s definitely worth the investment. Bus passes are recommended mainly for summer, as many roads close down in winter.

So there you have it, a few handy tips to enjoy Iceland on a budget. As with everywhere, you’ll save even more by cooking your food when you can, and planning ahead. The difference in this particular trip being Iceland’s beautiful scenic wonders, which are absolutely priceless.