My favorite spots in Vilnius

FOR COFFEE LOVERS Coffee 1. Pilies g. 42. A tiny somewhat hidden cafeteria. Amazing coffees, and you can spend a long relaxing time reading in their window seat with a comfortable sofa and cushions. A very pleasant atmosphere and great music.   Small Talk. Stulginskio g. 2. A really cozy, very nicely decorated cafeteria, where... Continue Reading →

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Hotel booking: MyPrivateTravel.com

I've been traveling much cheaper in the past year thanks to myprivatetravel.com and my plan for the next few years is to reach the point where I can travel completely free of charge while booking the accommodation through this site. If you think I'm crazy, read on! I've been using it for quite a long time... Continue Reading →

Cuba: getting ready for your trip

Preparing a trip to Cuba is a little more complicated than to other countries due to many factors, such as the scarcity of common things and resources in the country, the system of double currency, lack of internet connection, and many others. It was quite difficult for me to collect all the necessary information while... Continue Reading →

Rome in a weekend

Totally accidentally we booked our tickets to Rome on the first weekend of the month, without knowing that on the first Sunday of the month all museums in Rome are free, or – as was the case with Vatican – they do not open for public at all. Perfect timing if you are traveling on... Continue Reading →

Budget traveling: Couchsurfing

If you have never heard about the concept couchsurfing before, it will probably sound weird to you. However, if you are looking for unforgettable non-touristic experiences, meeting amazing people and are traveling on a low budget, I can’t recommend it more. couchsurfing.com is a world-wide network of travelers, which allows you to do any (or... Continue Reading →

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