6 Awesome Reasons To Take A Free Walking Tour

We’ve been traversing Europe for around 2 years now, and there are many things we’ve learned. We downsized our luggage for a start, and now travel light with 35 litre backpacks wherever we go. We’ve clocked flying and staying cheap and we’ve become more efficient during our fleeting visits to each city, using our time in smarter ways. One of the best things we’ve come across during our time in Europe is the free walking tour concept. They are fairly new, but have been popping up all around Europe in major cities and in smaller ones now too. These tours are one of our favourite travel tools and are always the first thing we look for in a new place. But how does it work? It’s simple really, a quick web search will tell you if there are any available at your destination, and you can check reviews from the…

Places to visit in England (that aren’t London) Part 1

It took us far too long to branch out and start seeing more of what England has to offer. It’s the classic grass is always greener mentality which puts you off exploring close to home. Living on the south coast of England for the last 2 years has put us ahead of a lot of expats and travelers already, many of whom venture far and wide through Europe, but often don’t make it outside of London when it comes to exploring England. After figuring out some cheap ways to use public transport around the place and discovering the economy of car hire when necessary, we’ve now taken many a road trip and seen many an awesome place right here in our own backyard. The country isn’t really that big either, so you can cover a fair amount of ground in just a few days, and if London is your only…