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Are you thinking about visiting Helsinki?

That’s a great idea! The Finnish capital has lots of places to see and interesting things to do. It doesn’t even matter what time of the year you visit, we guarantee that you won’t get bored.

If you only have one day and are wondering what to see in Helsinki, don’t worry. We have put together this guide for you, so you can easily follow our itinerary or modify it depending on your interests.

This post is also perfect for you if you are visiting on a day trip to Helsinki from Tallinn or if you are planning on catching the Santa Claus Express in the evening to head to Lapland. Keep reading, and you’ll find more information about those options below.

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Are you in Frankfurt for one day and have no idea what to do?

Even though Frankfurt has a lot to offer, the city has a reputation for being a destination for business travellers only. It’s known for its banks and its airport, but did you know that there’s a lot more to discover? You can find so many amazing places to visit in Frankfurt that you could easily spend a few days here.

If you only have one day, you should focus on seeing the highlights. Therefore, we have put together this itinerary with the most amazing things to do in Frankfurt in one day.

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I’m sure you’ve seen the pictures of the white castle rising between the mountains. Neuschwanstein Castle might be Germany’s most famous sight – so famous that it inspired Walt Disney when he designed the Sleeping Beauty’s Castle.

These days, the castle gets around 1,3 million visitors every year. And with good reason. It looks majestic from the outside and comes with a fascinating story. Plus, you can find a second castle within walking distance, so you can stay in the area for a whole day without getting bored.

But how do you visit Neuschwanstein Castle? How do you get there? Do you need to book your tickets in advance?

Like many travellers, we were wondering about these and other questions before our trip. Therefore, we have put together this guide which will provide you with all the answers. By the end, you will be fully prepared for your trip to Neuschwanstein and Hohenschwangau.

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We’re late, I know. The first quarter of 2023 is almost over, and we haven’t published our travel blog income report for the last quarter of 2022 yet.

Life got very busy, but we’ve finally collected all the numbers and are ready for the report.

This income report covers the fourth quarter of 2022, so we’ll be looking at October, November, and December. And I can already tell you that there are some massive differences between the individual months.

So let’s dive right in.

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If you’re thinking about visiting Panama, you’re in for a treat. Often overlooked in favour of its cousin, Costa Rica, this country has a lot to offer!

Whether you want to discover the Panama canal, relax at white beaches in Bocas del Toro or hike to the top of a volcano near Boquete, Panama is full of adventures.

While 10 days in Panama won’t give you enough time to see everything the country offers, you will have enough time for your vacation not to feel rushed. And to make sure that you don’t miss out on any of the best things to do in the country, we have put together this complete 10-day Panama itinerary for you.

Keep reading and find out how exactly to have a fantastic time on your vacation!

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Mongolia is a country with a rich cultural heritage, and its traditional cuisine is an integral part of that legacy. If you are wondering what the best Mongolian food is, you’ve come to the right place.

So, what is Mongolian food? Traditional Mongolian food is strong, hearty and flavourful. Don’t expect too many veggies because meat is king. Especially mutton. You will struggle as a vegetarian, and it’s probably impossible to follow a vegan diet outside Ulaanbaatar. Mongolian cuisine uses everything you can get from the abundant sheep, horses and cows. Meat, milk and fat are cooked in a million different ways, mixed with other ingredients.

While travelling in Mongolia, I had the chance to try all sorts of delicious dishes with a unique and diverse range of flavours, from delicious dumplings to succulent meat dishes. I tried everything, old and new, so let me guide you through the delicious world of Mongolian cuisine.

This post was last updated in January 2023 with information from travellers. We did this trip in April 2018, and not much has changed since then. The busses and colectivos still stop in the same places, and even prices remained mostly stable. Thank you to everyone who left comments with new information!

After nine days in Honduras, Copan was our last stop. We had a great day here, exploring the Mayan ruins and observing macaws and toucans on Macaw Mountain. But eventually, the time came for us to leave and that’s when it got complicated.

We knew that we wanted to go to El Salvador next. Ideally, we would make our way from Copan to Santa Ana, but we were also prepared to stop in San Salvador since we knew transport was going to be difficult. There are regular tourist shuttles between Copan Ruinas and El Salvador, but they only leave three times a week, get cancelled often, are expensive and, and that was the main reason we didn’t take one, didn’t leave on the day we wanted to cross the border. So we didn’t have a choice but to do it on our own.

Fortunately, when asking for transport to El Salvador, we came across Josue. Josue was originally from Tegucigalpa but had lived in Copan Ruinas for the past years. He asked if we wanted to go together and we agreed because he seemed to know what he was doing

Not everyone is lucky enough to meet a guy like Josue, so in case you want to make the journey on your own, I have put together this guide for you. This is how we went from Copan to Santa Ana and I hope it can be useful for you.

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South America is a diverse continent. You can walk on glaciers, climb mountains so high they literally take your breath away or cruise on a boat through the Amazon.

The biggest difficulty when planning a trip around South America is deciding where to go. We’ve already written about the best countries to visit on this beautiful continent, but today, we want to give you more specific advice and help you plan your trip.

No matter if you’re backpacking South America, are coming over for a short vacation or are looking for a South America honeymoon itinerary, you’ve come to the right place.

We have put together not just one but a total of eight epic South America itineraries! That way, we cover all possible lengths and show you the best the continent has to offer. Plus, we have lots of practical tips for you along the way.

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When talk comes to food in South America, people mention steaks and ceviche. Argentina is praised for its excellent beef and Peru for its huge variety of dishes. You might even know a few Brazilian or Colombian dishes. But have you ever heard of Bolivian food?

As I found out while visiting this Andean nation, the food in Bolivia is delicious. From market stalls to fancy restaurants, you will never run out of possibilities to try yet another dish. I’ve put together my favourite ones below, so you know what to ask for.

Also, if you want to learn more about Bolivian food, I recommend joining a foodie tour. We went with Red Cap Tours in La Paz, which was lots of fun and also very tasty.

But for now, let me recommend the Bolivian dishes I enjoyed most while travelling through the country.

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Are you considering travelling to South America but aren’t sure yet where to go?

While spending more than half a year zigzagging across South America, I have discovered firsthand that this continent has something to offer for everyone. Whether you prefer vibrant cities, stunning landscapes, challenging hikes or relaxing beaches, you’ll find the perfect place to visit.

All countries in South America have their unique charm, and we’re here to help you choose one for your next trip.

How many countries in South America are there?

Twelve, plus one French territory. We’re going to go with you through all of them and show you what they’re famous for. You’re going to learn about the cheapest countries to visit in South America if you’re travelling on a budget, and we’ll also cover the safest countries to visit in South America.

Plus, we have links to further articles that will help you plan your trip! That way, you can directly profit from our experiences to make the most of your holidays.

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