H/T to TBTP reader Rita from the website Love My Vouchers for this fun infographic (see below) on incredible Budapest. After spending a delightful week in Budapest this Spring, I’ve become an ardent proselytizer for the charms of Hungary’s capital. … Continue reading →
On a recent trip to Paris, I traveled with the intention of staying off the boulevards and out of the parks, and finding some places that aren’t in guidebooks. And I found them: hidden corners to explore, charming streets to wander down, and nooks and crannies from which you can watch the world go by. Now, I’d like to pass these places on to you so that you, too, can dig a bit deeper and travel a little more off the beaten path.
First time in London? Here's what to do, see, eat, where to go and how to enjoy the city. Be it for a long holiday, a family trip, a city break or a romantic trip, here you find tips from a local about all the best bits and corners of the city. All the touristic and non touristic destination in London you need to see if you visit it for the first time.
Budapest | There's a Giant in Budapest, in front of the luxury Four Seasons Hotel Gresham Palace Budapest. Photo courtesy Attila Volgyi Xinhua News Agency/Newscom. see on Fb https://www.facebook.com/BudapestPocketGuide/photos/a.133754320021168.26142.126597814070152/798180210245239/?type=1&theater #Budapest #travel #Travel2Budapest
The most romantic city on the planet, Paris is the capital not only of France, but also of the world fashion, cuisine, perfumery and more. Many noble personalities, including non-French, have found in Paris their final resting place, but even more people from around the world opt to live in or visit Paris every year.