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A Modern-Day Pilgrimage: The Camino de Santiago

April 18, 2018 | by Andrea Guerriero

Walking the Camino de Santiago, a network of ancient pilgrim routes, was once considered a way of penance. The faithful hoped this was a way to earn forgiveness for their sins. Today, some walk these pilgrim roads looking for spiritual... Read the rest


Strangest customs from around the world

November 16, 2017 | by Andrea Guerriero

It is certain that what everyone seems strange is directly related to the environment in which he has grown up, his experiences and his own temperament. Habits that in one country rely on time traditions and are respected with reverence,... Read the rest


What’s on in Keswick this Christmas

November 14, 2017 | by Andrea Guerriero

One of the most beautiful places in the country, Keswick is a popular choice for short winter breaks, and it’s no surprise why. Aside from the natural beauty of the surrounding lakes, fields, and mountains, there is so much to... Read the rest


Summer Bulgarian Festivals for Travel Junkie

July 13, 2015 | by Barkha Deswal

Looking for some cool and offbeat festivals to visit this summer? Then this list is what you have been waiting for! Long hot summer days are well spent in the clinch of magic music, smiley faces, shirtless men and most... Read the rest


Budapest Sziget Festival (on a Budget)

July 13, 2015 | by Thomas Ujj

As an American expat currently living in Budapest, I can comfortably say that Budapest’s nickname as the “Pearl of the Danube” is entirely accurate. A beautiful city separated by the Danube and encircled by mountains, Budapest has the distinct advantage... Read the rest


Summer festivals & events in Rome

July 10, 2015 | by Andrea Guerriero

Rome is a great place to spend time in the summer – the days are warm, the sunsets late and there’s honestly no better place to be outside than when you’re surrounded by breath-taking historic landmarks and ruins. It has... Read the rest



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