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Best free things to do in Bucharest

Although Bucharest is where the money is which makes Romania go round, there are still a couple of great things to do without paying. A king once said that the best things in life are free! So here is my list of best free activities in Bucharest. Some places have been reviewed and publicised while […]



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Instant Ruin Pub – Enchanted forest rooom

Budapest is a much-loved city break destination that boasts some of the best night clubs, bars and pubs in Europe. When the sun goes down, the Jewish Quarter (also known as District 7) of Budapest really comes alive with its ruin pubs. Ruin pubs are a characteristically a Hungarian breed of bar that began opening […]



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A new Lisbon activity: the Lisbon Literature Free Tour

Hello there. This is Rafael Garcia and I’m the guide of Lisbon Chill-Out Free Tours responsible for the development of our first thematic free-tour: a tour of Lisbon Literature. Portuguese literature is an example of how Portugal in general and Lisbon in particular are hidden treasures among European destinations. Our written works are incredibly rich and […]



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Budapest, the city in transition

Communist regimes in the Eastern block had their own buildings, statues, reliefs and other accessories to keep citizens reminded and updated about its ideology, philosophy and system they were living in. Communist buildings were huge, statues were gigantic and symbols were bilingual both Russian and Hungarian languages. There were plenty statues of happy workers, masculine […]



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Czechs are self-critical people. So am I

Czechs are much alike the hobbits. They like to keep for themselves in their little dwellings and cherish the small joys of life, yet some of them have achieved greater deeds than many of the big folk. We celebrate the proclamation of the republic on October 28 and restoration of the the republic on November […]



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10 things to do for free in Barcelona

Public Parks A great way to have a picnic and do some people watching are the public parks of the city: The main one (“Parc de la Ciutadella”): A place to cool down during the summer if you are not a beach person. This is the site where the Universal Exhibition of 1888 took place […]



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