Every year, thousands of travelers wonder how they can stay in Europe for more than 90 days – the limit in the Schengen Zone. The good news is that there are a few different ways to stay, but it can get complicated. In this post, I share what you can do to stay legally beyond the typical tourist limits.
Amsterdam has so much to do that, even after so many visits, I still find new things to do and see. The city deserves more than just the few days travelers give it, but if a few days is all you have and you want to make the most of it, this is the itinerary I would give you to get a good overview and feel for what makes Amsterdam so special.
Europe is not a monolithic place, and prices vary greatly depending on how far north, east, south or west your travel. Europe covers a huge area of the world with multiple visa zones and multiple currencies. For 20 euros, you can get a private room in Greece. For that same price in Paris, you may […]
Iceland: the land of sheep, northern lights, volcanoes with unpronounceable names (try Eyjafjallajökull), and crazy high prices. It’s supposedly one of the least budget-friendly countries in the world — which made visiting even more appealing to me. I always view expensive countries as a challenge. Figuring out how to visit an expensive country on the cheap is […]
I didn’t really like Vienna the first time I went, but over the years the city has changed — and so has my opinion of it. What was once a stiff capital city is now a more relaxed, arty destination. With tons of museums and history, as well as some great food and wine, Vienna is worth taking the time to visit. Here is my suggested itinerary if you’ve got a week to spend in the capital.
Iceland is one of my favorite countries in the world and a place I regularly visit. Check out my favorite things to see and do in the country and get the low down on how to plan the ultimate visit! The locals are friendly, the nature is stunning, the exchange rate is the best in years, and the weather isn’t too cold.