Tag: Sustainable Travel

Vienna to Zurich Train : All You Need to Know

By on Published: August 10, 2020 | Last Updated: November 23, 2020 in AUSTRIA, Europe, SWITZERLAND, Western Europe with 0 Comments
Vienna to Zurich Train : All You Need to Know

Sailing through the heart of Europe, the Vienna to Zurich train ride is not only a journey that takes in 2 of Europe’s best cities, but also an incredibly stunning set of scenery along the way. Often thought of as one of the world’s best train journeys, the train ride through the Alps here really […]

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Vienna to Budapest Train : All You Need to Know

By on Published: June 15, 2020 | Last Updated: November 23, 2020 in AUSTRIA, Eastern Europe, Europe, HUNGARY, Western Europe with 2 Comments
Vienna to Budapest Train : All You Need to Know

2 of Europe’s great capitals, Vienna in Austria and Budapest in Hungary are must-see destinations when you’re travelling in this part of world. Which is easy to do, because these 2 wonderful cities are actually situated incredibly close together, meaning it’s easy to visit both in a single trip. Under 220km apart by train, in […]

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Catching the Ferry from Spain to Morocco : All You Need To Know

By on Published: March 18, 2020 | Last Updated: May 26, 2020 in Africa, Europe, FRANCE, MOROCCO, SPAIN with 0 Comments
Catching the Ferry from Spain to Morocco : All You Need To Know

If you’re looking to travel in a more eco-friendly way, or a more adventurous way, then catching the ferry from Spain to Morocco is a great way to start! Connecting the link between 2 continents in an easy and accessible way, this is where the excitement of an overland adventure can really kick in – […]

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How I Plan to Travel Without Flying in 2020 + 5 Top Tips to Help You Do the Same

By on Published: January 16, 2020 | Last Updated: March 19, 2020 in Travel Stories with 4 Comments
How I Plan to Travel Without Flying in 2020 + 5 Top Tips to Help You Do the Same

Yup, it’s a pretty big decision if you’re any sort of keen traveller, and it’s a pretty huge decision if you work as a travel blogger, but, in the end, the decision wasn’t really a choice! I’ve felt passionately about the environment and the climate change issues our planet is facing even since I was […]

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