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How to find cheap flights

Because most of you asked me how to find cheap flights, I decided to write few basic tips about it. Most of the time, the flights prices have the biggest share of the travel budget, so it is very important to find a cheap one. First of all you have to know that this is not an exact science. Everything is so relative. If you want to travel cheap, you will have to understand that everything goes down to 3 things: You will need time  You will have to be available any time You have to be lucky Step 1 Use the best flights search engines. The next time you plan to fly and you are flexible about which airline to use, try using one of these online tools for searching flights. This search engines compare the prices of different airlines companies. We are using  skyscanner and momondo, but there…

Strolling in the Sacred Valley of the Incas

The Andean mountains and the valley surrounding the Urubamba River were once the epicenter of the Inca Empire because of the fertile land, perfect climate, natural resources and strategic position. It is one of the most stunning landscapes in the world and still maintaining its ancient characteristics, like the traditional clothes, spiritual ceremonies, language and the strong connection with Mother earth: “Pachamama”. Here is the place where you can find everything: from well preserved Inca ruins and agricultural terracing to authentic villages and cultural places. We booked a one day tour through the Sacred Valley with KB Peru.com. We chose the one full day transportation through Sacred Valley and they took us to Pisac Market, Pisac Ruins, Maras, Morai and Chincheros. Pisac Market So, we started our morning at a local ancient market: Pisac. The Pisac Market is one of the most famous markets in the Cusco region. Especially the…

How to Travel Peru

One of the destinations where we always wanted to get to was Peru. And now that we have visited it, we consider it one of the best experiences ever. Amazing desserts, the world’s highest mountain range, the world’s tallest navigable lake, welcoming people and, of course, Machu Picchu. What more can you want? We had two amazing weeks and tried to cover as much as possible from this beautiful county. But we are talking about Latin America where the public transportation system is not excellent. We tried to make the most of our time by using the Peru Hop buses from Lima to Cusco. And in Cusco we arrange some local travel agencies to help us to visit the Sacred Valley, Inca Trail and of course Machu Picchu. Peru Hop is an Irish founded company in Peru, hop-on, hop-off style buses that take you to the most important spots in Peru. It was…

10 Things that you probability didn’t know about the Danube Delta

In Danube Delta, reed stretches on over 1,750 square km making it the largest compact reed area in the world. Here you can find the lowest population density in Romania. A person for each 300,000 square meters. Sulina is situated at the lowest altitude in Romania. Also, Sulina is the only city in Romania having ports on both the Danube and Black Sea. In Danube Delta two carnivorous plants can be found: Utricularia vulgaris and Aldrovanda. Danube Delta is the richest fishery in Romania. The fish species with the longest migration range can be found here. Eel fish travel 8000 km to the Sargasso Sea, where they reproduce and then die. The only sand forests in Romania are found in the Danube Delta. In Cararoman forest there is a 400 old oak. Danube is the second longest river in Europe (after Volga that is 3690 kilometers long). Given that Volga is…

How to travel cheap

Everybody is asking me how I can travel cheap an how am I finding all those killer offers. So today, I decided to give you some tips and tricks about traveling cheap. Don’t wait to get rich before seeing the world. You don’t have to break the bank to travel the world but also let’s face it that travel is not free. Planning a vacation on a budget doesn’t mean you will have to sleep on the streets or that you cannot experience the best of the best; it simply means you have to be resourceful. Even if you have a lot to spend, there’s no reason to blow all your money on unnecessary travel expenses. Now that you’ve identified travel as one of your priorities, we’ll walk you through the best strategies for saving money on your next trip. 1.Decide what you need—and what you can live without The first step in your…

Staying at Valencia Sol Sun in Spain

I have to admit that this was my first Airbnb experience and it didn’t disappoint at all. Valencia Sol Sun apartment is nested in the center of a fantastic city, the third largest in Spain, a great combination of sun, beach, old and futuristic architecture, amazing Mediterranean food and plenty of cool things to choose form. Thanks to its location, Valencia Sol Sun has very easy access to the City Of Arts and Sciences, just few meters away. Actually you can see the Opera from the window of the apartment. Getting there The Apartment is located near the City of Arts and Sciences and just a few minutes from downtown. By plane Manises International Airport is just a few minutes from Valencia, 8 km from the city center. The expansion of runways and terminals, together with increased operating airlines, places this airport among the first in Spain in number of passengers and…

15 Amazing Things to do in Valencia

Valencia was founded by the Romans. After the Romans, one by one the Visigoths, the Muslims and the Arabs arrived in Valencia. Among all, the Arabs left a profound legacy with their irrigation systems, recipes and artistic influences that are relevant and noticeable right up to the present day. Valencia offers a great combination of city strolling, sun and beach, old and new with fantastic things to choose from, and plenty of cool things to do! We were lucky enough to be shown around Valencia by two friends who are living in this beautiful part of Spain. 1. Relax with breakfast & Valencian orange juice, at Plaza de la Virgen First thing that you should do is to acclimatize to the local pace of life. Relax, breath and take your time to enjoy this city. And then start you day with a breakfast in the historic sites of this ancient city. In Valencia…

How to spend a day in Macau

Macau is a Special Administrative Region of the People’s Republic of China. It is a former Portuguese colony and was the last remaining European colony in Asia until it was given back to China in 1999. Macau is one of the world’s richest cities and is known for its many striking casinos and hotels. It has also an amazing old city, Portuguese stile, which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. So, you must probably be wondering Macao or Macau, which one is the correct spelling. I know, I was wondering myself the same thing…Macao is the traditional Portuguese spelling. However, since the transfer of sovereignty over Macao in 1999, the government of Macao considers both “Macao” and “Macau” to be acceptable. Being already in Hong Kong, a day trip to Macau it was a must. One-day trip to Asia’s well-known gambling mecca and paradise for gourmands. It is a city…

The ultimate Travel Guide Hong Kong

Hong Kong is the place where “East meets West” and it is such an exciting, lively and vibrant city. It has a great mix of both Western and Eastern, both when it comes to culture, food, shopping, and architecture. It is a city that has “everything”. It is one of the busiest harbor cities in the world and is the most important trading place in Asia. Understanding Hong Kong Hong Kong is a special administrative region of China and has a high degree of autonomy in all matters except foreign relations and military defense. The city is one of the world’s leading financial, banking and trading centers and also the 3rd biggest international financial center, after London and New York, as it has low taxes and free trade. It is made up of four parts: Hong Kong Island, Kowloon Peninsula, the New Territories and the Outlying Islands. There are over 7…

Cruising on the Li River China

One of the world’s “Top 10 Water Wonders”, the Li River has the most popular and picturesque scenery in China. This is Guilin’s pride and joy: Li River a long winding waterway that cuts through the Guangxi province of Southern China, flanked by unusual hills and clusters of ancient villages. The river flows 437 km down to Guilin city and on to other counties like Yangshuo and Wenzhou. To experience the river at its best, we took a river cruise. Boarding a modern three-storey boat, we cruised through the most scenic section of the river, from Guilin to Yangshuo: a 80km journey that takes just over four-five hours to complete. The Best Times to Visit Li River is suitable for travelling all year round, especially from April to October. The most important thing to know about Li River weather is that it can get very hot, humid, and it rains…

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