What to pack for Scotland and what to wear during your trip? Check my ultimate 4 seasons packing list for Scotland with all the necessities you need for different conditions and activities. I threw in some useful information about the weather, climate, and the landscape too!
The third largest of the Scottish islands, with the colorful Tobermory town, stunning white sand beaches, great mountain hikes and trips to the historic Isle of Iona and the out-of-this-world Isle of Staffa, is not to be missed from your Scottish itinerary. Don’t mull over it and just go to the Isle of Mull!
To wake up with the mountain view in front of your eyes and the sound of the flowing stream nearby. No need to pay for your stay, which helps with your budget traveling style. What else do you need? Wild camping can be very rewarding when done right. Check my top wild camping tips and the list of essential camping gear to have a great first wild camping experience!
Scotland is well known for its wild nature, historical castles and whisky trails. However, it also has more exotic side, not many know about. Want to find out about the unusual places in Scotland?
Put those top travel destinations on your bucket list for unforgettable, less crowded and once of the lifetime holiday experience!
If you like off the beaten path places and you’ve already seen the main sights with Big Ben and Tower Bridge, try travelling more east to visit different London’s neighbourhood. Dive into the chaotic mix of great food places, pop-up designer shops, hidden cafes and colourful street art in the Brick Lane in London’s East End.
Do you want to know how to travel more with a full-time job? I managed to travel to 11 countries in one year with full-time job and on a budget. Want it too? Check my traveling tips for going on holidays more while working full-time. It is possible!
What is so special in this colourful city, spreading its ups and downs on the 7 hills, like Rome, but still very different? Where to go and what to see when you only have 16 hours (including sleep time)? Is it even worth driving long hours and many kilometers to visit Lisbon?
Do you want to see the place, where the colour of the deep blue sky matches the bright paint of the buildings? Where the redness of the door and the window shutters contrast with the whiteness of the little houses? Come and visit Porto Covo! (There are very nice beaches, too)
Soft sand, crystal turquoise water, steep cliffs shining red in the sunset, the best grilled sardines and delicious local wine. It’s not surprising, that Algarve is one of the most popular parts of Portugal. What is it worth to see there, especially with a short time?