How Far Can $1 Get You On a Train In Europe

Finding cheap train tickets in Europe is not difficult as there are various destinations you can travel to for just a few bucks. You will need to do your homework on trying to find really low $1 dollar rates. There is an option that lets travelers ride the train for a dollar (or Euro as it is referred to in Europe), but it often depends on where you are traveling to and from. The following details will help you get an idea on how to find really low train fares in Europe. Can You Really Travel on a Train in Europe for Just $1? In the Lithuania region you can take a train from the airport and ride into the Vilnius City Center where you can view beautiful sites including a castle and scenic water views. On the other hand, there are various things you can get for $1 through Europe including a baguette in France, a scoop of ice cream in Croatia, a glass of wine in Hungary and a slice of pizza in Romania. Do your research to learn more on what a dollar will get you, as you can get plenty for your buck. Tips on Finding Affordable Train Tickets in Europe Depending on where you want to travel you can learn about options available when you plan ahead. No matter what time of year you plan to visit Europe and ride the train you can a number of deals and discounts that include low price tickets. Here are several tips to help you grab those tickets. Visit European travel websites to help you. Shop around...

Best Places to Celebrate New Year’s 2015

Are you trying to figure out what to do for New Year’s or wonder where you can go to celebrate the holiday? There are dozens of top travel attractions around the world that hosts a number of New Year’s activities, entertainment and more for all party goers. You can find places that perfect for big and small celebrations that suit your needs. A great way to start your new year is to consider a place with a refreshing new atmosphere. You can plan a low key celebration with your significant other or plan to crash a party with some friends. Some of the world’s top travel destinations offer all sorts of excitement to help you celebrate New Year’s. The good news is if you do your homework on where you can travel, you can save big with travel packages offering deep discounts. When you don’t want to stay at home consider the following options for your next New Year’s Day celebration. Paris, France. Most people have never seen the Eiffel Tower in person, especially around New Year’s. This can be a great backdrop to your celebration plans as a number of streets near by host parties with food, fun and entertainment to help you ring in the new year. The skyline is lit with fireworks at midnight. Cabarets, bars and restaurants offer plenty of conversation and relaxation for all types of party goers, including those who want to celebrate low key.   New York City, NY. This place screams New Year’s as thousands of people flock to Time Square for the annual ball drop. Aside from this attraction New...

Make Your Christmas Memorable With These Travel Ideas & Deals

The United Kingdom is one of the highest spending countries during the Christmas holidays. So it is not a big surprise that the majority of tourists would like to spend their holiday in this country. Britons celebrate it very loud and there are many different Christmas events. Christmas is the period when the average family are willing to spend good money to take a family holiday. Usually, there are many good offers if you are travelling with family. It can save you money on transportation, accommodations and other Christmas related stuff. The most popular destinations in the tropics are the Caribbean and Mexico. If you want to spend a holiday with snow – then the Alps and Pyrenees in Europe: Italy, France, Spain or Austria. There are also very good ski resorts in the U.S. and Canada. If you decide to travel to some warm places, then Jamaica could be a good choice for you. They offer all inclusive resorts. But if you would like to stay in the United Kingdom or visit this country [if you are a foreigner] and do not know where to go, here are some information that could be very useful for you: Christmas Markets Birmingham – [from November 13 to December 22]. It is one of the most German related markets outside Germany itself. This is the place that you may find many German staples like gingerbread, marzipan or even bratwursts. It is open every day from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. and located across Victoria Square and New Street. You may find more information here: http://visitbirmingham.com/   Edinburgh – [from November 21...

Interview With Travel Blogger Charlie Jean Marchant

It is our second post of this serie where we publish an interview with popular travel blogger. Last week Elena Prokopets gave us an interview. If you are a travel blogger and have what to say our readers then we can organise an interview with you. Just get in touch with us. Give us your full name please. Charlie Jean Marchant   Do you have a preferred name or a nickname you like? My friends just called me Chaz.   What nationality are you? I’m British.   Which country do you use as your base? Currently Costa Rica, as I’ve been house sitting there very regularly over the past 6 months. My base changes all the time though. I previously lived in Taiwan and that was my base for travel in South East Asia. Of course, home in the UK is always my base for European travel.       Which country would you like to live? I’d really like to live in Sweden or one of the Scandanavian countries. I like the beautiful landscapes, the friendly locals, and the delicious cafe culture of places like Stockholm.   What is your favorite way of travelling? Slow travel is by far my favourite way to travel. I really dislike rushing through places and having to plan ahead to make sure I can pack as many of the sights as possible. I like to stay in one place a long time, have lazy days in cafes, discover the places where locals like to eat and if I’m house sitting then shop in the local farmer’s markets and cook the foods I...