A First-Timer’s Guide to Athens

Athens, Greece

Athens has arguably more historical significance than any other city in the Western world. It was the center of Ancient Greece, the birthplace of democracy, and home to some of the most influential philosophers the world has ever known. And after being hit hard by the recession, Athens has experienced […]

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What to Pack for Greece in the Spring

Sifnos

Note: This post contains affiliate links. As always, we only link to products we’ve used and that we think add value to our readers. Amazing food. Gorgeous beaches. Affordable prices. Oh, and the cradle of Western civilization? It’s no wonder Greece snags the top spot on many travelers’ bucket lists. […]

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What to Pack for Belgium in the Fall

Belfort van Brugge

Note: This post contains affiliate links. As always, we only link to products we’ve used and that we think add value to our readers. So you snagged a cheap flight to Belgium and you’re super excited to eat your weight in chocolate, explore medieval castles, and hit up a few […]

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12 Free Things to Do in Brussels, Belgium

Grand Place

During our recent trip to Europe, we used Brussels as a home base for a week of Belgium exploration. And though we had a fantastic time stuffing our faces with waffles and exploring medieval cathedrals and stunning city squares, we found out one hard truth about Belgium: it’s expensive. The […]

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