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    The unexpected change

    The previous post was about my first day in Paris where we visited Eiffel Tower, Notre Dame, Louvre, Arc de Triomphe and La Défense. We planned to go to Sacré Coeur and Luxembourg Garden the next day, but instead we changed it to Versailles. And we paid the price for the consequence. Versailles – the change of plan As yesterday we visited almost all of the tourist attraction and we walked till our leg fell apart, I planned to have an easier day today by visiting Sacré Coeur, Luxembourg Garden and eat something properly then go to the bus station to Brussels. However, in the morning my aunt suddenly wanted…

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    Paris for 18 hours straight

    As my aunt and her grandson came to Budapest, me and my mum decided to take them for an Europe tour. But I I planned and booked the tickets, hotel. So for the next blog series I will share with you where we go, what we do, see and the experiences I gained during the trip. Today I will share how the first stop of my plan was, in Paris. Paris’ tourist attractions We left for Paris on 11th of July at 6:45am and arrived at 8:50am. After arriving to Paris Beauvais airport we went to Porte Maillot by shuttle bus. It took almost 1.5 hours. I booked the shuttle…

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    How to visit Paris in 12 hours?

    In June 2015 I made a little Europe tour visiting Brussels, Paris and Murcia. Since my goal was to reach Murcia and stayed there for a few days, I could just only pass by the other two cities. Luckily I still managed to stay in Paris for a day, more exactly 12 hours. I arrived there at night, so I spent a night in a hostel and the next day I woke up at 6am and I went sightseeing until 6pm. Although Paris is quite big, but I was succeed in seeing most of the famous attractions. Here is a few tips about planning your trip to Paris beforehand if…

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    How to prepare for your trip to England?

    I have just come back few days ago from England with my friend, visiting Bournemouth (28-29 January) and London (29 January-2 February) from 28th January to 2nd February. It was my first time travelling in the middle of winter and to London, so there were many experiences I could gain during my trip, so I would like to share it with you. The weather England is known for its boring, rainy, windy weather. Though, probably it was my luck, it only rained one day, for few hours and the rest of the days, it was boring and a bit windy but still, you can see a bit of sunshine and…

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    What to see in Budapest?

    Budapest is the capital city of Hungary, situated in Central Europe. It is divided into two side (Buda and Pest) by the Danube. With it’s not too modern nor too ancient style, Budapest makes tourists feel free and relaxed while they spend their holiday here. Here are few tourist attractions that I recommend everybody to visit it, while they are here. Buda Castle district Located in the mountain, at the other end of Chain Bridge, in the district, you can find the famous Royal Palace and the Fishermen Bastion. It’s a relaxing place where you can walk around, taste traditional Hungarian food and in the evening you can see the…

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    Why should you visit Istanbul?

    Istanbul is one of the biggest commercial city of Turkey. Located near to Bosphorus and it is parted two sides, Asian and European side. I have visited Istanbul in January and I fall in love with it, so that’s why I would like to share with you my experience and here is a few reason why you should visit this amazing city. Easy transportation+easy ticket The public transportaton system of Istanbul is quite flexible and easy. There are trams, metros, bus, funiculars, ferries, shuttle buses. Their connections are also good and easy to get. Talking about the public transport ticket, you have many options to organize your route and you…