Canggu, Bali, Indonesia

Canggu is surrounded by terraced rice paddies and known for beaches like Canggu and Echo, with strong surf. It is one of the hippest and coolest places in Bali. It is a surf mecca, hipster paradise, yoga hotspot, backpackers heaven, but also an ideal place for those who just want to have a nice holiday and relax on the beach. Are you curious about the sights of Canggu and what there is to do? Read our best tips and tricks below!

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Ubud, Bali, Indonesia

A trip through Bali is not complete without a visit to Ubud. Known as Bali’s art and culture capital, Ubud is the ultimate place to enjoy various traditional performances, from the notorious Kecak fire dance to local youths practicing their gamelan in the town hall. Besides cultural things, you can also do many other cool activities here. For example, a bike tour is a must, good food at the many hotspots, visiting rice fields and staying overnight in beautiful hotels or cozy guesthouses. Are you curious about the sights of Ubud in Bali and what there is to do? Read our best tips and tricks below!

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Dublin, Ireland

Ireland’s capital is a city both haunted and inspired by its rich literary tradition, its green and aquatic surroundings, and its pivotal role in European history. In Dublin you can enjoy the hustle and bustle of the city, or just enjoy the beautiful nature around Dublin. Drink a real Jameson whiskey or opt for a dark brown Guinness beer. Are you curious about the sights of Dublin and what there is to do? Read our best tips and tricks below!

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Valencia, Spain

If there is one Spanish city that makes my heart beat faster, it is Valencia. Valencia is the third largest city in Spain and the friendly little brother of Barcelona. This is because Valencia is also located on a kilometer-long sandy beach. The old town of Valencia is somewhat smaller and is full of sights, all of which can be reached on foot. Are you curious about the sights of Valencia and what there is to do? Read our best tips and tricks below!

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Madrid, Spain

Madrid is the capital of Spain, but for many people not the first city that comes to mind when they think of Spain. But it is certainly a beautiful and busy city to visit! It has more than 1000 delicious eateries, theaters and romantic parks. In Madrid, history, art and the ultimate Spanish life come together in a contemporary way. Are you curious about the sights of Madrid and what there is to do? Read our best tips and tricks below!

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Hội An, Vietnam

Hội An stands for atmosphere. This picturesque town is jam-packed with attractions and has a relaxed, almost dreamlike atmosphere that makes almost everyone come here. This special place, with the narrow streets with wooden, colored houses, is an absolute must. In recent years, Hoi An has been extremely busy. Almost everyone who travels to Vietnam comes here. Few places in Asia are as atmospheric as Hoi An. Are you curious about the sights of Hội An and what there is to do? Read our best tips and tricks below!

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Hanoi, Vietnam

Hanoi, the capital of Vietnam, is the old and new Vietnam in one. It is one of the oldest capitals in the world, where travelers can find well-preserved colonial buildings, ancient pagodas and unique museums in the center of the city. It has a bustling city center and there is always something to do. From the early hours until late at night, the streets are full of moving motorcycles. Everywhere in the city you have super tasty street food, which should definitely be tried!
Are you curious about the sights of Hanoi and what there is to do? Read our best tips and tricks below!

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Rabat, Morocco

Rabat is the official capital of Morocco and, together with Meknes, Marrakech and Fez, belongs to the four royal cities of the country. Rabat is almost never at the top of travelers’ to-do lists. Understandable, but the city is much more beautiful than many people think. For anyone looking for something different than the standard city trips in Morocco, Rabat is a perfect option! The city is less known than other cities in Morocco, but Rabat is not your average boring capital… the old Medina, the souks (local markets) and the rich history make it a very interesting city to visit. Are you curious about the sights of Rabat and what there is to do? Read our best tips and tricks below!

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Essaouira, Morocco

Essaouira is a port city and the medina (old town) is protected by 18th-century seafront ramparts called the Skala de la Kasbah. In contrast to the four royal cities of Morocco, Essaouira is a bit more relaxed and peaceful. Essaouira was in de jaren 60 hét hippiedorpje van Marokko en het plaatsje heeft al jaren een sterke aantrekkingskracht op surfers, schilders, schrijvers en creatievelingen. It is only a three hour drive from Marrakech, so many people come to Essaouira for 1 day. Are you curious about the sights of Essaouira and what there is to do? Read our best tips and tricks below!

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