Wadi Rum Jordan

Sometimes perceived as a dangerous, unfamiliar country, Jordan is very misunderstood and shamefully underappreciated. The country is in fact a very safe, welcoming destination with a myriad of magnificent sights to explore. Where else can you find world-class snorkelling, a striking red desert, a 17km canyon filled with waterfalls, and one of the Seven New Wonders of the World all within a four-hour drive of one another? Tourist numbers have finally started to creep back up in the past two years and the launch of…Continue Reading “A 10 day Jordan itinerary”

Wadi Rum Jordan

With expensive flights, attractions and alcohol, visiting Jordan doesn’t come cheap, but it can be done on a reasonable budget. In 2018, Ryanair launched flights to Amman from some European destinations, meaning that reaching the country has at least become more affordable. Purchasing the Jordan Pass saves money on the visa and major attractions while haggling can reduce the price on smaller excursions. This guide details the cost of accommodation, travel, food, drink and sightseeing in Jordan, enabling you to figure out how much spending…Continue Reading “Spending money for ten days in Jordan”

Spending money Budapest

Budget for your trip to Budapest with this guide to how much spending money is needed for four days in the city. The sightseeing, travel and drink prices listed are per person while the lunch and dinner costs are for two people. The final figure is calculated based on the attractions listed and for those who predominantly drink beer and wine as opposed to spirits. For tips on the best attractions, restaurants and bars in Budapest, take a look at this Budapest travel guide. Spending…Continue Reading “Spending money for four days in Budapest”

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With a line-up of baroque, neoclassical and art nouveau buildings set around the Danube river, which itself boasts the magnificent Chain Bridge, Budapest is a treasure trove of world-class architecture. Beyond the beautiful backdrop, the Hungarian capital encompasses grand thermal baths, crumbling ruin bars and an eclectic line-up of restaurants serving everything from Hungarian goulash to Middle Eastern falafel. Discover what to see along with where to eat and drink with this Budapest travel guide. How to get to Budapest from the airport The best…Continue Reading “Budapest Travel Guide”

  If you’re craving some winter sun but don’t have the time, money or inclination to travel outside of Europe, Seville could, quite literally, be just the ticket. One of Europe’s sunniest cities, the Andalusian capital remains relatively balmy in the winter months, averaging around 20C in November and dropping only to a pleasant 16C from December through to February. Visit in November and you’ll see Christmas decorations juxtaposed with sunny backdrops, aromatic orange trees lining the streets and courtyards, and rooftop bars and al…Continue Reading “Winter sun: Seville in November”