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What are the Must Visit Cities in Italy?

What are the Must Visit Cities in Italy?

Europe has certainly become one of my favourite places to visit in the world, there are so many special places and Italy is definitely one of them. It is home to some fascinating cities that are well known for their art, ancient ruins, beautiful countryside and more. If you’re planning to visit soon this guide offers great insight into some of ... Read More »

Beginners Guide For First Time Hikers – The Do’s and Don’ts Explained

Beginners Guide For First Time Hikers – The Do’s and Don’ts Explained

Being confident about your skills and ability to go on a hike without encountering any problems is completely normal, but most beginners underestimate the power of nature and overestimate their abilities. As a beginner, you need time to figure out how some things from your backpack work, for example, how to set up a tent (they’re usually far more complicated ... Read More »

5 Visa Tips for Your Next Overseas Adventure

5 Visa Tips for Your Next Overseas Adventure

Are you looking to travel abroad in the coming months? If so, you’ll need to find a visa that ticks all the boxes for international travel. Not sure how to go about doing that? Here are five top visa tips for your next overseas adventure. Assess what class of visa you need There are a wealth of visa types available ... Read More »

Places We Are All Eager to Visit by Agness & Cez

Places We Are All Eager to Visit by Agness & Cez

Let’s be honest – there are some places on the map that have an undeniable need to be visited! We, Agness and Cez of eTramping, would like to entice you on a journey to some of the most incredible destinations in the world. These places have been drawing inspired travellers for hundreds and thousands of years, and for many different ... Read More »

Finding Safe Budget Accommodation in New York

Finding Safe Budget Accommodation in New York

Last year, I made an impulsive decision to finally visit New York, which I had been postponing for many years. I’ve always wanted to check out the city’s most famous landmarks—like Time Squares and the Empire State Building—as well as the other hidden gems that are known only to born-and-bred New Yorkers. And so, I started booking a flight and packing ... Read More »

10 Local Things to Do in Pondicherry

10 Local Things to Do in Pondicherry

My time in Pondicherry has come to an abrupt end [Read: Pondicherry – First Impressions]. Like always, chaos deemed superior and I had to return to Bombay after only five and a half very eventful months. The how and why isn’t very important and the details are borderline boring. Since I’ve always been told that my writing is graphically entertaining ... Read More »

Three Hidden Gems to Find in New York City

Three Hidden Gems to Find in New York City

No city has as much written about it as New York City. It is nearly impossible to write a guide to the sights and sounds of the place without descending into cliche. It’s simply too famous. As one of the most visited cities in the world, with some of the most iconic tourist attractions in the world, it can be all too easy ... Read More »

Budapest Party Guide – Nightlife Secrets

Budapest Party Guide – Nightlife Secrets

Amidst the frenzied popularity of Europe’s usual suspects, Budapest quietly flies under the radar. It excels in just about every form you wouldn’t expect! The world will continue to flock to the Amsterdams, and the Ibizas, and the Londons, and the Munichs of the world. If you want to party without burning a hole in your pocket though, you really have to ... Read More »

Retox Party Hostel – Your Budapest Party HQs

Retox Party Hostel – Your Budapest Party HQs

Remember all those Eurotrips you saw in movies, and dreamed of experiencing ever since? Never-ending parties, cheap alcohol, drinking games, kissing strangers, lifelong friends (with names you don’t remember), nudity (lots of it), unchecked gregariousness and everything else? Well, that pretty much sums up my experience at Retox, a place that became home in a week’s time. By now, many ... Read More »

Solo Travel – Why I do It, And Why You Should Too

Solo Travel – Why I do It, And Why You Should Too

I was 22 years old when it first struck me that I could actually, realistically journey to places I’ve never been. I realized I could do this on my own, with my own money, and lead whatever life I wanted to (even if only for a few days at a time). That moment was my tipping point! I’m borderline commitment phobic – people ... Read More »

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