Get Social: Central & Eastern Europe (Winter) 2022-23

Get Social: Central & Eastern Europe (Winter) 2022-23

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24 Days
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Get Social: Central & Eastern Europe (Winter) 2022-23

24 Days Starting and ending in London

Visiting:

Vatican City

Tour operator:

Topdeck

Physical rating:

Low

Special diets catered:

Vegetarians

Trip Styles:

Activities:

Tour code:

TWSLL2

Group size:

24 - 48

Age range:

18-39

Tour operated in:

English

Interests:

Recommended For:

From:

$3259

$3112 (USD)

tourhub discount: $147


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Tour Overview

(Most similar to this previous trip: Winter Spirit) TRIP VIBE = fast-paced fun with tons of socialising, bucket-list sights and good times all round. Take 11 countries in 24 days. Add iconic cities, jaw-dropping alpine scenes and an incred bunch of travel buds. Wrap it in a woolly scarf, dip it in hot chocolate and throw a bunch of twinkly lights on top – what do you get? One glorious, fun-filled Euro trip to last a lifetime. Dodge the crazy summer crowds. Meet your people. And soak up ALL the seasonal vibes. This is winter done right.

Highlights

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    Paris highlights drive

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    Visit Pisa and see the famous Leaning Tower

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    Walking tour of Florence with local guide

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    Walking tour of Rome with Trip Leader

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    Walking tour of Venice with Trip Leader

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    Vienna highlights drive

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    Walking tour of Salzburg with Trip Leader

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    Orientation walk of Bratislava with Trip Leader

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    Budapest highlights drive

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    Walking tour of Kraków with Trip Leader

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Itinerary

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icon Day 1: London, England to Paris, France

Meals Included:

  Dinner


Get ready to leave the routine behind and uncover extraordinary. We'll hit the road early and drive across the English Channel. Use the ride to brush up on your bonjours and s’il vous plaîts – and get to know your awesome AF trip mates. This is what it’s all about! The home of Coco Chanel, the Mona Lisa and world’s yummiest macarons – Paris has earnt its rep as the European capital for all things fashion, culture and drool-worthy food. Tick off all the showstoppers on a driving tour before wrapping your lips around a REAL French meal at tonight’s included dinner. Thank us later.

icon Day 2: Paris

Yep, you’re finally here – make the most of it! Get your fill of warm pastries at your Trip Leader’s recommended spot. Catch a glimpse of Mona with a visit to the Louvre (top tip: get your tix in advance!) Snap a pic of the Arc de Triomphe. Spend some of your hard-earned along the Champs Elysées. Or head out solo to explore the hidden backstreets and charismatic local cafés. Feeling the chill? Warm up those legs on an optional bike tour. There’s even an optional river cruise down the Seine to jump on. Tonight, dress to impress for the cabaret. You’re in Paris after all. Or head up the Montparnasse observation tower to see why they call this place the City of Lights.

icon Day 3: Paris to Swiss Alps, Switzerland

Meals Included:

  Breakfast


Banging tunes and scenic views – we’ll be trading in Parisian streets for snowy peaks as we head to the mountains. Unlike the Toblerone box, the Swiss Alps aren't all lined up perfectly, so it’s gonna be a bit of a drive. BUT you’ll be too busy squishing your face against the window to notice. Home to the ‘Top of Europe’, 72 waterfalls and one of the largest nature conservations in Switzerland – tonight we're bunking down in the inCREDIBLE Swiss Alps. Sit back in the fresh (jk: it’s freezing) mountain air with mug of creamy hot choc and dig out that pack of UNO. Dealing in mittens = cards everywhere.

icon Day 4: Swiss Alps

If the Swiss Alps had a Tinder bio it would read: fun-filled outdoor enthusiast – looking for a fellow adrenalin junkie to share adventures with. Swiping right? Heck yes! Hop aboard the Jungfraubahn railway for an optional visit to the ‘Top of Europe’. Make like Arnie, and get to the chopper for all the picture-perfect views. Or for the more adventurous (read: crazy) – why not throw yourself out of a plane at 14,000 ft? Fun. Tonight: gather the gang, head into town and get toasty with a glühwein or two.

icon Day 5: Swiss Alps to Florence, Italy, via Pisa

Meals Included:

  Breakfast


Today, we’re off to see one of the most famous screw-ups in history (no, we’re not talking about Fyre Festival) – Pisa’s famous Leaning Tower. Snap a photo (you know the one), then prep your fat pants for Florence: the home of gelato and drool-worthy Tuscan cuisine. Before you grab dinner, stroll along the Arno River for all those frosty-this-is-what-I-came-here-for vibes. Then: did someone say karaoke? If you’re feeling it, join the gang in a battle of the classics at the bar later. Or seek out a cosy candle-lit wine bar to sample the region’s famous vino rosso.

icon Day 6: Florence to Rome

Meals Included:

  Breakfast


Dust the crumbs off your lap after another group brekkie. This morning prepare for a blast from the past as we walk through centuries of history with a local guide – soaking up all the artistic charm and dazzling architecture only Florence can deliver. We’re talking: Uffizi Gallery. Ponte Vecchio. Piazza della Signoria. And the showstopping Duomo. Then? Bella Roma awaits. Dinner tonight is up to you, but you’re in Disneyland for foodies. Meaning? EVERYTHING is good.

icon Day 7: Rome

Meals Included:

  Breakfast


What you do this morning is 100% up to you. But if you need some suggestions, we’ve got your back. Rise early and count your blessings on an optional tour of Vatican City. Head up Capitoline Hill for awesome views of the Roman Forum and Colosseum. Then, perch in a picture-perfect piazza with your espresso and indulge in a little dolce far niente (delicious idleness). Later, we’ll rendezvous with ancient architecture's biggest players on a walking tour to end all walking tours. Pass by the Pantheon, (don’t) sit on the Spanish Steps, check out the mighty Colosseum and throw your two cents in the Trevi Fountain before the day is done. Thought this place couldn’t get better looking? Watch two-and-a-half-millennia of ancient history light up like Christmas – and think again.

icon Day 8: Rome

Meals Included:

  Breakfast


This is your adventure, so here’s 24 hours of freedom to get out there and do your thing. Create the ultimate Roman Holiday in one day with a whirlwind of Vespas, espresso, two-cheek kisses and pizza the way it's supposed to taste. Shop till you drop on Via Condotti. Hunt down the Knights of Malta Keyhole for an alternative view of the city. Battle the lunchtime rush for a slice at Pizzarium Bonci. Or stop and take it all in at Piazza Nuova (hot chocolate in hand, obvs). Tonight, shake out those fat pants and seek out the world’s best pasta alla carbonara. It’s from here, so it’s gotta be good.

icon Day 9: Rome to Venice

Meals Included:

  Breakfast


No lies – we have a long drive today. Now is the chance to share snaps with your new mates, catch up on some zzzzs and text the 'rents (trust us, you'll be too busy later). Later, we'll park up in the Floating City – home to over 400 bridges and birthplace of Vivaldi. Throw on your beanie and acquaint yourself with the who's who of Venice's usual suspects on a walking tour – we’re talking: St Mark's Square, Doge’s Palace and Accademia Bridge. Tonight, you’re free to get lost amongst the misty alleyways and shimmering piazzas of this romantic city. What delicious carb-laden Italian meal haven’t you tried yet? Order two.

icon Day 10: Venice

Meals Included:

  Breakfast


You wanted the freedom to do your own spontaneous-this-is-what-I-came-here-for thing. So here’s a full day to do just that. Need some suggestions? Float past the famous Rialto Bridge on an optional gondola ride. Spend your time seeking out the epic Libreria Acqua Alta bookshop. Then find yourself next to a roaring fire with a mug of hot vin brulé. Later, score a cheap meal at Osteria Al Portego or fill up on alllll the drool-worthy Italian pastries (no judgement here).

icon Day 11: Venice to Salzburg, Austria

Meals Included:

  Breakfast


Today: we’re setting a course for Salzburg. So much more than strudel and The Sound of Music – this place has got elegance written on every grand Baroque building. We’ll tick off the likes of the Mirabell Gardens, Mozart’s birthplace, Fortress Hohensalzburg and the Cathedral on a walking tour with our expert Trip Leader. What you get up to tonight is 100% on you. Getting hangry? Pull up a pew at a local restaurant and dig into a weiner schnitzel, washed down with a pint of Ottakringer for good measure.

icon Day 12: Salzburg

Rise and shine – the Austrian Alps await! This place is a snow-fanatic's ultimate fantasy and you’ll have a full day to shred to your heart’s content. Whether you’re a first-timer or a seasoned pro, ask your Trip Leader for the best slopes for you – then hit the powder! Or just sit back and enjoy a day sipping hot chocolate surrounded by gobsmacking alpine scenery. It’s 100% up to you. Rather stay put in Salzburg? Take the funicular up to the Castle. Check out Mozart’s birthplace. Visit St Peter’s Catacombs. Or organise a Sound of Music tour. Disclaimer: you’ll be ‘doe-a-deer-ing' for the rest of the trip. Make sure you try a mozartkugel before the day is done. Trust us.

icon Day 13: Salzburg to Vienna

Meals Included:

  Breakfast


Ten points if you can guess what Vienna is famous for. Musicians. Grand coffee houses. And strudel (duh!). Prepare to have your heart captured as we drive by the likes of the Opera House, Hofburg Palace, Museum Quarter and Ringstrasse. Then: the afternoon is yours. Head to Cafe Central where the likes of Freud, Trotsky and Lenin used to hang out. Show off your best Bambi impression at the seasonal ice rink outside the Rathaus. Or soak up the sweet sounds of Mozart and Bach played by the Viennese Chamber Orchestra at an optional concert. The 1700s had some bops, right?

icon Day 14: Vienna to Budapest, Hungary, via Bratislava, Slovakia

Meals Included:

  Breakfast


First up today: a pit stop in Slovakia. Check out all the panoramic views from Bratislava Castle, wander through the Gothic Old Town and grab lunch. Tip: warm up with a serving of kapustnica (cabbage soup) or bryndzové pirohy (Slovak dumplings). Then? The twin cities of Buda and Pest. We’ll be chauffeured past the Chain Bridge, Castle District, Heroes’ Square and House of Terror on a driving tour of the city. Then: swing by 360 Bar and cosy up in a rooftop igloo complete with eye-popping views of the icy skyline. It doesn’t get more winter-y than this.

icon Day 15: Budapest

You wanted freedom to explore – here it is. Check out the Central Market Hall. Explore the Jewish Quarter. Play pinball at the Flippermúzeum. Get a harrowing education at the House of Terrors. Hunt down the Anonymous Statue. Soak in the warm therapeutic waters of the Széchenyi Thermal Baths. Or head to Buda Castle and check out all the views from Fisherman’s Bastion. Tonight, get stuck into some local fare: goulash, chicken paprikash, langos, dobos cake. Hopefully you like paprika, they’re kinda obsessed with it here. Or hang with the hipsters at one of the original ruin bars. Our suggestion? Try pálinka (traditional fruit brandy) – it’s like a warm hug for your insides.

icon Day 16: Budapest to Kraków, Poland

Meals Included:

  Breakfast


As the legend goes, a dragon had to be defeated for Kraków to be built (eat your heart out, Game of Thrones). Get acquainted with this gem of a city and the largest medieval town square in Europe (size isn’t everything, Kraków) on today’s walking tour. Then? Take Fleetwood's advice and go your own way. Top up your history knowledge at Wawel Castle. Explore the quirky cafes and boutiques in the Jewish Quarter. Head to Schindler's Museum (be prepared to queue). Or find a local haunt and tuck into a piled-high plate of Polish potato pancakes – delicious AND a bonus tongue-twister.

icon Day 17: Kraków

Ready for round two exploring Kraków’s frosty, fairytale streets? We’ve got some suggestions for your free day. Head to Hamsa in the heart of the Jewish Quarter for some 'Hummus and Happiness'. Shop for amber in the UNESCO-listed Cloth Hall. Or do as the locals do and head to Okraglak for some drool-worthy street food – Zapiekanki is a must! Then: it's vodka time. On an optional tasting tour, wander the cobblestone streets with a local guide – learning the history behind Polish vodka and sampling a few flavoured varieties as you go. This stuff is not for mixing with cranberry juice. Trust us. Feeling buzzed? Przypiecek is a pierogi place with your name on it.

icon Day 18: Kraków to Prague, Czech Republic

Meals Included:

  Breakfast


Onwards to the spire-filled skyline and mysterious streets of Prague! Get acquainted with this picture-perfect city as our Trip Leader takes us on a wander through Wenceslas Square, past the largest ancient castle in the world and across medieval Charles Bridge. Then: get stuck into some smažený sýr (fried cheese = yes please) and watch the quirky show the 600-year-old Astronomical Clock puts on every hour. Tonight, rally the troops and head to a traditional pub to sample some of that famous Czech beer. Or – if you’re here in December – warm up with some mulled wine under the ginormous Christmas tree in Old Town Square.

icon Day 19: Prague

That’s right folks – it’s your day, your way. So, make like Dora and get exploring. Check out the John Lennon wall. Soak up some history at the Communist Museum. Take the funicular up Petrin Hill for allll the views. Or grab a delish roast pork roll at one of the street vendors lining Old Town Square. Fancy yourself as a bit of a hops connoisseur? Don’t miss the beer tasting optional this afternoon. Or fully commit to the sugar rush with a serving of trdelník. Think: fire-roasted pastry coated in cinnamon sugar – add Nutella and you’ve got the stuff of dessert dreams *wipes drool from chin*.

icon Day 20: Prague to Berlin, Germany, via Dresden

Meals Included:

  Breakfast


From one beer capital to the next. Get acquainted with 800 year-old Dresden – a city virtually destroyed in WWII and then rebuilt – before we make tracks to Berlin. Prep yourself for currywurst and more hipsters per capita than anywhere else. We'll drive you around the main sights including (what's left of) the Berlin Wall, Museum Island, the Holocaust Museum and Alexanderplatz. Then: gather the crew and hunt down a steaming döner kebab. Yes, you’ll be finding bits in your scarf for the next four days. But it’s worth it.

icon Day 21: Berlin

You’ve got 24 hrs here. Make the most of it. Our advice? Opt in for a historic walking tour that’s, you know, not boring. Get a local insight into what the city was like under Nazi rule and tick off the likes of the Reichstag, Checkpoint Charlie and Brandenburg Gate. Plus, get the in-the-know tips on where to spend your free time later. Or put those taste buds to the ultimate test on an awesome AF food tour. We’re talking kebabs, pastries, more currywurst, pierogi and local beers (you’re in Germany after all). Tonight, round up the fam and see whether this city’s nightlife really lives up to the hype.

icon Day 22: Berlin to Amsterdam, Netherlands

Meals Included:

  Breakfast


Our trip may be coming to a close, but it’s not over yet! We’ve got our eye on Amsterdam today. Dump your stuff and hit the cobblestones – Dam Square, the Royal Palace and the National Monument are waiting. For dinner tonight, you’re gonna be spoilt for choice – Dutch steakhouses, trendy vegan haunts, fancy à la carte menus and the best take-away hot chips you’ve had in your life. Guaranteed. Later, head to Proeflokaal Arendsnest for a selection of over 100 local beers and all the cosy vibes.

icon Day 23: Amsterdam

Meals Included:

  Dinner


And just like that, this is our last full day together. FFS don’t hang about! Join the locals and check out Amsterdam's iconic canals, bridges and parks on an optional bike tour. History buffs should pay a visit to the Anne Frank House (don’t forget to book in advance!). Then: there are 51 museums here, but the Van Gogh Museum and Rijksmuseum should be top of your list. Or get lost amongst backstreets of this city’s diverse districts – each one’s got a distinct vibe. Whatever you get up to, make sure you’re back in time for tonight’s included dinner – we’ll be going out with a bang!

icon Day 24: Amsterdam to London, England

Meals Included:

  Breakfast


24 days. 11 countries. Countless thrills, spills and good times. You embraced it all and shared the Euro-winter ride with a bunch of strangers who are now like family. After one last brekkie (no crying over your cornflakes), it’s time to hit the road back to ol’ Blighty. Stick next year’s trip in the iCal – who’s coming?

What's Included

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    Accommodation

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    Tipping and Gratuities

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    Fully Guided

What's Not Included

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    Country Entry Visas

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    International Travel

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    Airport Transfers at Destination

Check out our Q&As

Will passengers from another country be participating in the tour?

Yes from all over the world

Can you assist with pre or post tour accommodation?

Yes we can

Are airport transfers included in this tour?

No they aren't

Will there be an escort accompanying this tour?

We will have our Tour Leader with you every day

What currencies are required for this tour?

Pound and Euro

    Are all entrance fees included in the price?

    No they aren't

    Is there a supplement for solo travellers?

    Single pricing is available on all tours

    Are flights included in this tour?

    No they aren't

    Are the local guides on the tour English speaking?

    All guides are English Speaking

    Is the tour coach air conditioned?

    Yes it is

    What is the tipping policy?

    Tipping is not required

    Will I know the names and details of all the accommodation before I depart?

    This will be provided on all documentation

    Are children permitted to take part in the tour?

    No they aren't

    What is the maximum group size?

    48

    Who will be my travelling companions on the tour?

    Curious? Open-minded? Same. Topdeckers are a mixed bunch, but that’s what makes us special. They come from all over the globe and are aged between 18 and 39. Like you, they’re looking to feel real. To experience more. To embrace the unknown. To grow and connect – without judgement.

    Am I contributing to any charity by booking the tour?

    No you would'nt be

    How long has the tour company been trading?

    40years

    What policies are in place for Covid-19?

    https://www.topdeck.travel/resources/booking-flexibility

    Do you operate a “single share” option and how does it work?

    We operate Single Share across across all touring styles and will match you with someone of the same gender

    What documents will I receive before I travel?

    E-Documentation will be sent

    Will the accommodation included meet local health and safety regulations?

    Yes, we work dilligenltly with our partners to acheive this

    Can I join the tour once it has departed?

    Yes you can on European Tours

Dates & Availability

Instant Booking Available

Wednesday

Dec 28, 2022

Friday

Jan 20, 2023
  • Operator discount: $363 (USD)

  • tourhub discount: $147 (USD)

$3629
$3119 (USD)
$3629
$3119 (USD)

Operator discount: $363

tourhub discount: $147

Instant Booking Available

Wednesday

Feb 15, 2023

Friday

Mar 10, 2023
  • tourhub discount: $147 (USD)

$3259
$3112 (USD)
$3259
$3112 (USD)

tourhub discount: $147

Instant Booking Available

Wednesday

Mar 08, 2023

Friday

Mar 31, 2023
  • tourhub discount: $153 (USD)

$3409
$3256 (USD)
$3409
$3256 (USD)

tourhub discount: $153

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    Transfer as credit to Future Tours

    Topdeck allows you to transfer existing payments to a future tour to avoid cancellation fees if you can't travel and inform topdeck, 60 days before departure.

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    Low Deposit

    Topdeck requires a minimum deposit of 60 GBP per person or the full booking value, whichever is less, with the final balance not due until 60 days before departure.

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    Cancellation Policy

    If you need to cancel your tour, tourhub doesn't charge a cancellation fee, here is a summary of topdeck charges.

    Up to 60 days before tour starts: 100% of deposit.

    At 29 days before tour starts: 50% of tour cost.

    At 7 days before tour starts: 100% of tour cost.

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    What’s your vax status?

    I’m fully vaccinated (or soon will be): if you’ll be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 at least two weeks before your trip begins, you’re good to go! You’ll just need to show proof of this to your Trip Leader on the day your trip departs. Please bring an electronic and/or printed copy of your vaccination status showing your full name (the one on your passport, obvs) and the date your last required dose of the vaccine was given – which must be at least 14 days before departure.
    I’m medically exempt: if you’re unable to be vaccinated against COVID-19 for medical reasons, you’ll need to provide us with a few things before your trip begins. This will include a copy of an official government exemption, or a letter from your doctor, emailed to us at least 14 days before your trip departs. You’ll also need to take a PCR test three days before your trip and email us the result. If we do not receive these within the given time – or your PCR test result is positive – you will not be able to travel with us. Please also bring electronic and/or printed copies of your medical exemption and negative PCR test result with you on your trip.
    I’ve not been vaccinated: if you’ve not been fully vaccinated against COVID-19, and you’re not exempt from having the vaccine for medical reasons, unfortunately you won’t be able to travel with us. We’re super serious about the safety of our Topdeckers and the communities we visit. For that reason, you must be fully vaccinated to join us – unless you are medically exempt.

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Get Social: Central & Eastern Europe (Winter) 2022-23

24 Days Starting and ending in London

Visiting:

Vatican City

Tour operator:

Topdeck

Physical rating:

Low

Special diets catered:

Vegetarians

Trip Styles:

Activities:

Tour code:

TWSLL2

Group size:

24 - 48

Age range:

18-39

Tour operated in:

English

Interests:

Recommended For:

From:

$3259

$3112 (USD)

tourhub discount: $147


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  • Travel Photographer
  • Countries Visited:

    26 Countries

  • Favourite Destination:

    Mexico

  • Dream Destination:

    Brazil

  • About them:
  • Travelling is my biggest passion as I love to get in touch with new cultures and languages. Photography is my second biggest passion so I capture landscapes & people

Serbia

What do you love most about Serbia?

"Trying to read the Cyrillic signs that are everywhere in the streets"

A 'MUST' whilst you're there?

"Finding a high building to watch the sunset over the rooftops of Novi Sad"

@iamjenn.y 's Top Tips

"Plan at least one day to discover Belgrade – there's a free bus that drives around the centre"

A 'MUST' whilst you're there?

"Admiring the beautiful architecture everywhere"

About Our

  • Travel Photographer
  • Countries Visited:

    26 Countries

  • Favourite Destination:

    Mexico

  • Dream Destination:

    Brazil

  • About them:
  • Travelling is my biggest passion as I love to get in touch with new cultures and languages. Photography is my second biggest passion so I capture landscapes & people

Mexico

A 'MUST' whilst you're there?

"I love strolling through the colourful streets of all the different towns of Mexico – there's always something going on in the streets!"

Must pack items for Mexico

"Bring a bikini! Hidden waterfalls, beaches and cenotes are everywhere and you might wanna jump right in to cool down from the heat!"

A 'MUST' whilst you're there?

"Explore the beautiful white sand beaches of Tulum"

@iamjenn.y 's Top Tips

"Be brave and explore more than the typical tourist regions of Mexico, there is so much beauty to discover!"

A 'MUST' whilst you're there?

"Don't miss out on a local tequila tasting!"

About Our

  • Travel Photographer
  • Countries Visited:

    26 Countries

  • Favourite Destination:

    Mexico

  • Dream Destination:

    Brazil

  • About them:
  • Travelling is my biggest passion as I love to get in touch with new cultures and languages. Photography is my second biggest passion so I capture landscapes & people

Bali

Indonesia

@iamjenn.y 's Top Tips

"My top tip is to wake up early every day to arrive at the most beautiful spots before all the tourists – that way you have the morning sun & nature all to yourself"

A 'MUST' whilst you're there?

"I love the typical Bali coffee as it's very strong and aromatic. Also, don't miss out on visiting some coffee plantations inc. tasting."

A 'MUST' whilst you're there?

"Exploring a new waterfall every day – they are literally everywhere here!"

What do you love most about Bali?

"I love learning about the Balinese culture by visiting temples, museums and especially by talking to locals."

A 'MUST' whilst you're there?

"Waking up early to watch the sun rise over the ocean!"

About Our

  • Travel Photographer
  • Countries Visited:

    26 Countries

  • Favourite Destination:

    Mexico

  • Dream Destination:

    Brazil

  • About them:
  • Travelling is my biggest passion as I love to get in touch with new cultures and languages. Photography is my second biggest passion so I capture landscapes & people

Tenerife

Spain

What do you love most about Tenerife?

"I love how the island managed to preserve their own culture with influences of the Spanish mainland culture as well as African. There are a lot of festivals and celebrations throughout the year. "

A 'MUST' whilst you're there?

"I recommend exploring remote beaches that are only reachable by a short hike like Playa Benijo"

@iamjenn.y 's Top Tips

"My recommendation: Don't stop at the beach in the beginning of Playa Amarilla, rather walk about 10 minutes further to find a more private area where you can enter the water or climb the rocks."

Must pack items for Tenerife

"When exploring the Teide National Park, always bring a jacket as it's super windy up there and can get quite cold around sunset time – don't miss out on the sunset though :)"

About Our

  • Travel Photographer
  • Countries Visited:

    26 Countries

  • Favourite Destination:

    Mexico

  • Dream Destination:

    Brazil

  • About them:
  • Travelling is my biggest passion as I love to get in touch with new cultures and languages. Photography is my second biggest passion so I capture landscapes & people