24 Hours in Exeter

By: Helen Earley

The Cathedral city of Exeter is the perfect base for a visit South West of England. With two mainline rail stations (Exeter Central and Exeter St. David’s) and a smaller regional station (Exeter St. Thomas), it’s an easy journey there – and a… more>

Sep 28th
Posted by sara vanhandenhove in Contributors,United Kingdom

Happy Milk Chocolate Day!

Yes. You read that right. July 28th is a whole day dedicated to milk chocolate. So stop whatever you are doing and run to your nearest store and buy yourself a chocolate bar.

After watching the famous movie Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, have you ever wished… more>

Jul 28th
Posted by sara vanhandenhove in Europe,Tips,United Kingdom

The Ultimate Belgium Guide

In our last blog post (Make the Best of Your Eurail Benelux Pass) we told you which cities to visit in Benelux. Now let’s go into more detail and we are starting off with Belgium!

Where to stay? GHENT

 

 

When travelling to Belgium,… more>

May 3rd
Posted by sara vanhandenhove in Europe,Tips

5 Day Trips an Hour from London

 

So you’ve started planning your UK trip and want to make the best out of your days. As most people start with London, it’s easy to plan a couple of days downtown and add some day trips to the mix. The best part is that you don’t… more>

Apr 6th
Posted by sara vanhandenhove in Europe,Tips,United Kingdom

Top Cherry Blossom Tree Sightings in Kyushu

 

Have you always wanted to see cherry blossom trees at their peak blossom period in real life? Planning a trip to Japan in the future? Well, we’re here to help you out!  We found a couple of amazing places on the island of Kyushu that you can… more>

Mar 21st
Posted by sara vanhandenhove in Japan,Tips

The best Christmas markets in Europe

Dresden Christmas Market

Bring the magic back to Christmas with mouthwatering bratwurst, a mug of glühwein and a train tour of Europe’s best Christmas markets.

When department stores and shopping malls start playing canned Christmas music as soon as Halloween is past, it can be… more>

Nov 25th
Posted by Angela in Europe,Germany,Tips

Everything in Rome you must eat, drink and see

By: Christine Williams, dontforgettomove.com

If you’re traveling through Italy by train there’s no excuse not to visit Rome. It’s centrally located, easy to get to and an absolutely incredible city. With some of the most recognized sights in the world, you will never run out… more>

Nov 11th
Posted by Angela in Contributors,Europe,Italy

How to plan a Scandinavia Triangle trip

Copenhagen, Denmark

Whether you’re planning a warm-weather trip or a winter visit, a smart way to experience the diversity of Scandinavia is to take the train around the Golden Triangle—Copenhagen, Oslo and Stockholm. No matter which city centre you start from, along the way you… more>

Nov 11th
Posted by Angela in Europe,Scandinavia

Top 10 Ways to Explore Melbourne

By: Dacia Popescu

With your Australia Discovery Pass in hand, which allows for unlimited travel aboard NSW TrainLink Regional network, you can travel to more than 365 destinations in New South Wales, Queensland and Victoria by train and coach. Some top rail stops to include… more>

Oct 18th
Posted by Angela in Australia,Contributors

Brighton & Hove: Seaside Retro

By: Dacia Popescu

Seaside Retro is the description that comes to mind when I think of Brighton, now Brighton and Hove; a coastal town in southern England, and only about 1 hour by train from London. Its close proximity to the city makes Brighton an enjoyable… more>

Jul 15th
Posted by Angela in Contributors,United Kingdom
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