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  • Eger, Hungary: A must-have day trip from Budapest

    Eger, Hungary: A must-have day trip from Budapest
  • 3 Days in Budapest: The perfect Budapest itinerary

    3 Days in Budapest: The perfect Budapest itinerary
  • Guide to saving when you love spending money

    Guide to saving when you love spending money
  • All you need to know before visiting Lake Bled, Slovenia

    All you need to know before visiting Lake Bled, Slovenia

Eger, Hungary: A must-have day trip from Budapest

Eger is a town that combines almost everything Hungary is famous for, its wine, old castles and, of course, thermal baths. The fact that the town is located not too far away from the capital makes it a perfect day trip destination from Budapest. How to get to Eger from…

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3 Days in Budapest: The perfect Budapest itinerary

To me, Budapest is one of the most beautiful European capitals that I have ever visited. The architecture of the city will amaze any traveller and it seems like there is always something new to discover in Budapest. I’ve been to Budapest two times: one for a short 5 hours…

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Guide to saving when you love spending money

I am going to be real with you all. I looooove spending money, shopping and splurging on things, experiences and food. I just can’t help it. My focus word for the year is to simplify and one of the aspects of my life that I want to simplify is definitely…

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All you need to know before visiting Lake Bled, Slovenia

Located right in the middle of th Julian Alps, Bled is one of the most visited destinations in Slovenia. This little gem is situated only 45 minutes away from the Slovenian capital, Ljubljana, and offers everything a true travel and nature lover needs for a perfect day trip. Of course,…

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Spending a semester abroad: what I would do differently

As you all probably know, I’ve spent a semester abroad in Budapest, Hungary last year. I went there with an Erasmus+ exchange programme and I had a wonderful time exploring the country, learning new things along the way and simply opening myself to new challenges. It was a further step…

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