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6 (Short and Easy) Europe Backpacking Routes

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Updated: 15 January 2023 As a solo traveler, I love, love, love exploring Europe so much in my spare time. I mean, why on earth else would I be crazy enough to constantly fly over the Atlantic Ocean when I actually hate flying with a burning passion? Because I LOVE Europe. In my biased opinion, […]

6 Things to Know Before You Travel to Portugal

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Updated: 2 December 2022 Yup, there are definitely some things to know before going to Portugal. Come prepared, my fellow travelers. Portugal is country that I looooved to visit, especially for a solo travel adventure. But research is key for this country (like any other destination!). As for me, I had an opportunity to fall […]

Guide Solo Travel in Lisbon: All You Need to Know About Lovely Lisbon

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Updated: 11 November 2022 In recent years, especially in light of Portugal’s Digital Nomad Visa program, Lisbon has transformed into a premier destination for solo travelers around the world. And I’m not surprised by this. Solo travel in Portugal has become increasingly popular – especially in the country’s capital city. Lisbon has many attraction qualities, […]

Livraria Lello Bookstore or Porto’s Ultimate Literary Gem

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Updated: 10 November 2022 Porto is, without a doubt, a literary destination. As someone who graduated with a MA in English Literature, I am a huge nerd when it comes to destinations that have a deep bookish history. So, when I traveled solo to Porto, one of my major goals was to see the famous […]

Ultimate 9 Day Itinerary Spain and Portugal

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Spain and Portugal are two of my favorite countries to explore in Europe. Both destinations offer well-preserved historical cities, many boasting UNESCO World Heritage status, as well as incredible (and diverse) food options and sweeping beaches. Of course, both countries are obviously different, too. For example, don’t assume that everyone speaks Spanish in Portugal! That would […]