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2 days in Reykjavik Iceland: The Perfect Weekend Itinerary

Without a shadow of a doubt, Iceland is incredibly popular and beloved for its other worldly natural splendors. I feel like I’m on an entirely different planet whenever I go to Iceland’s majestic countryside. For example, the black sandy beaches in South Iceland, as well as the waterfalls and geysers of the Golden Circle literally […]

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How to Plan a Solo Trip to Europe: Everything You Need to Know

Is traveling alone all over Europe, riding trains, eating delicious food, and discovering historical wonders, a dream of yours? Do you find yourself researching pubs in London and mountain hostels in Switzerland? And watching endless Instagram stories about pasta and pizza and wine in Italy? You’re not alone. Solo travel in Europe is amazing — […]

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Solo Travel Helsinki: An Independent Visitor’s Guide to Finland’s Capital

Updated: 24 September 2023 As a city, Helsinki is wildly underrated, in my opinion. On my own solo travels in Europe, not too many backpackers I spoke to had Helsinki on their itineraries.  However, I think Helsinki is worth visiting even as a solo traveler. Sure, you don’t get as many hostels as the neighboring Baltic […]

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6 Days in Iceland Itinerary: How to See The Land of Ice & Fire

Embarking on an Iceland road trip is a big bucket list item for many travelers. Iceland’s appeal is undeniable. As a country, Iceland is scenic and safe, and one of those destinations that heals one’s body and spirit with its epic landscapes and thermal hot springs. Despite the high cost (cover your eyes if you […]

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Reykjavik Solo Travel: The Best Things to See and Do

Confession: Reykjavik is probably one of the most adorable and happiest cities that I’ve ever visited in my life. Reykjavik is just, for a lack of a better word, cute. Tons of colorful homes, top-notch street art, little boutiques, and local breweries. I could go on and on about what makes Reykjavik’s vibe so special. […]