Cheap Holidays: 6 destinations that aren’t as expensive as you think.

England, Europe, france, Germany, italy, North America, USA

Most of the time, when we organise a trip, there are some destinations that we directly cross from our lists because of they are out of our budget: flight, hotels, attractions and food. On this post, we show that there are destinations that, although at first sight seems utterly expensive, they offer cheaper alternative plans.

So, what are you waiting for travelling the world? Discover some fabulous “Expensive Destinations” that features some cheaper alternative plans

Cheap Holidays

Cheap holidays in Mallorca: Party in Palma.

Who doesn’t like crystal clear waters and white sand beaches? Mallorca or the largest leisure park in Europe and opens every day, and even if you are a low-cost traveller, you can enjoy the island as a Maharaja. We propose you a friendly -and economical- plan for a day in Mallorca: in the morning you can climb Sa Gubia, then soak up the sun at Cala Mayor, at midday enjoy a delicious Paella and Sangria, and then dive in Cala Santanyí. To finish the day, we propose visiting the liveliest neighbourhood of Palma, Santa Catalina.

Economic Rome: Monuments and pasta!

The city of Rome is itself a living museum. You can enjoy fabulous artworks and unique monuments strolling along its historic cobblestone streets. Furthermore, if you go outside the Eternal City, you can enjoy delicious food at affordable prices.

Let’s go to London! Budget accommodation and good atmosphere

Six letters, thousands of scenarios, numerous of attractions: London. What else? In London, you can enjoy a vast array of activities, a million of possibilities. That’s what the capital of the United Kingdom offers.

New York: Ride a bike across the Big Apple

You’ll see them on every corner: 10,000 blue rental bikes to explore the entire metropolis for only 12 “bucks” the full day. They are a great option to ride through the exciting avenues (nothing less than Broadway you have an extensive and magnificent bike paths), get to know the vibrant Times Square and enjoy the skyline of Manhattan. Many stops on your bike route are free: there are museums, such as MoMA, which can be visited without an admission fee on certain days and hours.

Cheap holidays in Paris

If you want to travel to enjoy cheap holidays in Paris, why don’t you do it on those dates when Paris offers a large number of free attractions? The 1st Sunday of each month from October 1st to March 31st the Musee du Louvre open its doors to all its visitors for free. Furthermore, the Arc de Triomphe, Pantheon, Notre Dame and Chateau de Versailles, have free access during the first Sunday of November to March.

Also if you are an under 26 or a teacher, and if you are a citizen from any of the 28 members of the European Union you can visit the museums for free at any time. After visiting one of the most famous museums in the world, you can escape from the crowd and enjoy a picnic in the gardens of the Royal Palace, which is just around the corner.

Berlin: Enjoy the lively nightlife of the German Capital

The German capital is a truly “Democratic” tourist destination, because everybody feels welcome, regardless of the volume of their wallet. A street curry sausage (the Popular currywurst) is as valid as a caviar dish with truffles, and a beer at a kiosk can be enjoyed as much as a bottle of Dom Pérignon.


4 Creepiest Places on Earth you can visit

Asia, Central america, North America

If travelling expands our horizons and horror stimulate the senses, the two together offer a powerful combination! From a lake filled with thousands of skeletons to an island full of awful dolls, on this post, we want to reveal you 4 disturbing and creepiest places on Earth. Are you looking for an unforgettable adventure this year? Do not look any further, check out this post.

Creepiest Places on Earth

A glacial lake full of human skeletons

In 1942, a man who was hiking through a lake in the Himalayas stumble across a fascinating scene: a shallow glacial lake surrounded by human skeletons. It was until summer, when the glacial lake was melted, when hundred of skeleton appear. Some of these skeletons were in perfect conditions, with flesh and hair still attached. In that very moment, everyone begins to wonder, who or what had killed so many people? Theories ranged from epidemics to ritual suicides.

After a study, scientists have some clues of what probably happen and the most important when. The skeletons were the remains of 200 to 300 people and dated from the 9th century. Short, deep cracks in the skull suggest that all these people may have died in the same way. All of them were hit in the head with rounded objects that weren’t weapons. Scientists concluded that all people were killed by a hailstorm.

Do you want to visit this unique attraction? The best time of the year, is during summer. During summer, when the ice melts, you can see the skeletons that are at the bottom of the lake.

The temple full of rats

Can you believe that a religious and tourist destination is full of rats? There is one and its name is the Temple Karni Mata of India, this temple is plagued with thousands of rodents.

Located in the Thar Desert of Rajasthan, The Rat Temple houses more than 20,000 of rats which can roam freely around this place of worship. Each year, hundreds of thousands of religious pilgrims and tourists, visit the temple, eager to receive the blessings of holy rats.

According to the legend, the stepson of Karni Mata, Hindu deity, drowned in a pond. After this tragically event, Karni Mata asked to the god of death Yama to revive him. The God of death agrees to revive him, but under one simple condition… The stepson and all his caste would reincarnate as rats.

The rats or the “the little kids” are fed milk, grains, coconut shells and special candies. According to locals, the food that rats bite brings good fortune. If you want to visit this creepy place, don’t forget to share the leftovers with these holy creatures.

The Hell on Earth

In 1971, a group of Soviet scientists set up a drilling rig to analyse what they thought was an oil well in the middle of the Karakum Desert in Turkmenistan.

It was true; the underground was an immense natural gas field that collapsed creating a huge crater, swallowing the platform and the scientists’ camp. Fearing the spread of lethal methane gas, scientists decided to set fire to the crater, creating an infernal well right under their feet. They expected the gases to burn off in a few days, but they didn’t. This crater, 30 meters deep, is known as “Door to hell“. That nickname hasn’t stopped the thousands of travellers who visit each year the hell on Earth.

An island of haunted dolls

Due to an unfortunate accident, the beautiful floating gardens of the Isla de Muñecas in México are now the object of horrible nightmares. According to local legend, a girl drowned in the canals of Xochimilco. After her death, a large number of dolls arrive at the coast of the small island.

Tormented that he couldn’t save the girl, the caretaker of the island, Don Juan Santana Barrera, began to hang all the dolls in the trees of the island in memory of the little girl. Over the years, the trees were filled with dolls. For the locals, these dolls are possessed with the spirit of the dead girl, and some witnesses claim to have heard them whisper.

Unfortunately, the story isn’t finished yet. About 50 years ago after picking up dolls and hanging them on the island, Barrera drowned in the same place where the girl died. Since his death in 2001, the island, which is, in fact, a floating garden, has had hundreds of visitors.

Here our selection with the 4 Creepiest Places on Earth. Do you want to visit any of them? Comment!

The Best Cities with Beaches in the World: Top 6 cities with beaches

Africa, Brighton, East Sussex, England, Europe, North America, Spain, USA

Beach or city? City or beach? Why can’t we have both? Summer is just around the corner and if you haven’t planned your holidays yet, check out this post. If you don’t know whether spend your holidays exploring cities or bathing on the beach, check out our suggestion with the best cities with beaches in the world and make up your mind.

The Best Cities with Beaches in the World.

Brighton Beach, Brighton, England.

Firstly, special mention to one of the most beautiful beach from our country. Brighton has everything you could want in a city: stunning beach (rocky, not sandy), promenade with terraces overlooking the sea, one of the best Piers of England, which has a park theme park, much leisure and a vast array of things to do all over the city. Do you want unique attractions? How about a unique Palace? A visit to the Royal Pavilion, one of its kind in England. Are you looking for shopping areas? You can enjoy a pleasant stroll along the Lanes and visit one of its numerous shops.

Waikiki Beach Honolulu, Hawaii, United States

Located in the centre of the capital of Hawaii, Waikiki is a safe bet all year round for all those travellers looking for sun and beach. The turquoise waters of Waikiki Beach were already a place of relaxation in the early 20th century when Hawaiian royalty visited it looking for the perfect place to surf. And if soaking up the sun is not your thing, you have a large array of outdoor activities that you can do like surfing, snorkelling or diving. Waikiki Beach also has beautiful places to wander around, such as the promenade or the historic Waikiki route. Other popular areas are Pearl Harbor or the lookout point of Nuuanu Pali.

South Beach Miami, Florida, United States

South Beach is not just a beach where both locals and tourists bask in the sun, but it’s a trendy place with top restaurants, hotels and nightclubs. It also has the best shops to go shopping. Located in Miami Beach, South Beach has gone from being a less-than-developed area to becoming one of the most luxurious places. But do not let the budget overshadow the party, as there is also a wide range of restaurants and affordable hotels.

Copacabana, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

This four-kilometer-long sandy beach is always crowded with people sunbathing, flying a kite, skating or practising beach sports. The promenade of Copacabana, with its iconic black and white waves, accompanies the beach from start to the end and is a popular place for tourists and locals alike. From the beach, you can enjoy great views of the Sugar Loaf, Corcovado and the blue waters of the Atlantic Ocean. And if Lorenzo warms up a lot, you can always refresh yourself in a bar and enjoy a Caipirinha (the Brazilian national cocktail).

Camps Bay – Cape Town, South Africa

Camps Bay offers you a little of everything: you can go surfing, scuba diving, picnicking in the grassy areas, eating a seafood platter in a luxury restaurant or enjoying an open-air flea market. Victoria Road, the main road parallel to the beach, has lots of pubs, restaurants, hotels and shops.

Barceloneta Beach, Barcelona, ​​Spain

Barcelona offers not only world-renowned culture, gastronomy and architecture but also an ideal place to relax beside the Mediterranean. The Barceloneta is a sandy beach of four kilometres in length located in one of the oldest neighbourhoods of the city of Barcelona. The beach is full of bars, hotels, shops and restaurants. And when the sun goes down, Barceloneta has a lively nightlife.

Here our selection with the best cities with beaches in the world! Do you like all of them? Comment!

The best corners of Chicago

North America, USA

Chicago is one of the most important cities in the world. Located in the northern part of the United States, on the shores of Lake Michigan, the scene of a multitude of movies is one of those cities that create consensus in all that the visit: Chicago is cool. It is a large city, with an important cultural richness, with many and varied attractions, and with an exquisite atmosphere. So, we’ve considered giving you a list of the best corners of Chicago, check it out!

Visit the best corners of Chicago


Urban art is widespread in the city of Chicago. If for example, Berlin is famous for its graffiti arts, in Chicago, above all, there are many sculptures by national and international artists. In fact, both Miró and Picasso have some artworks in this city. Bu, certainly, the most famous is The Cloud Gate, nicknamed The bean because of its shape.

Route 66

The famous route that crosses a large part of the United States, heading west to California, has its starting point in Chicago.

Navy Pier Walk

It’s one of the busiest areas of the city. It houses all kinds of leisure activities, including top restaurants, museums, theatres… There are always fairs and carousels for children, as well as concerts, exhibitions, fireworks, etc. If you are spending your holidays in Chicago, you must enjoy a pleasant stroll along the Navy Pier Walk.

Shedd Aquarium

One of the city’s most famous cultural sites. The Shedd Aquarium is home to more than 1,500 species, of all kinds, like, whales, dolphins, sea lions, etc.

Institute of Art

It’s not easy to pick just one of the numerous museums in Chicago, but The Institute of Art is certainly very special. Its collection of modern art stands out. The institute was inaugurated in 2009.

Skydeck Chicago

The capital of Illinois presents a number of skyscrapers, and this is undoubtedly the best one. The Skydeck offers breathtaking views of the city.

Millenium Park

It’s surely the most famous park in Chicago, where you will always find a vast array of entertainment options and activities.

Water Tower

In our list of the best corners of Chicago could not miss one of those places that survive the passage of time and that is the oldest Chicago. Built in 1869, it has a great charm.

Chicago Zoo

If you want to save money but enjoy fabulous attractions, you can visit the Zoo of Chicago. The Zoo is free and it is always open. Also, if you are visiting Chicago with your kids, you can enjoy a lovely day out exploring and learning more about the animals.

Adler Planetarium

The Adler Planetarium is an interesting place if you like everything that is related to space and the universe that surrounds us. The representation of the Milky Way is a real wonder.

The truth is that Chicago has many places that could be added to this list of the best corners of Chicago, such as the Chicago Cultural Center, the Museum of Science and Industry, the Field Museum or the Chicago Botanical Garden. In any case, Chicago enjoys a well-deserved fame and serves any type of getaway. At the urban level, few American cities can cough it up, especially for the variety of attractions that presents both cultural and leisure. Please note that Chicago is famous for its blizzards, so be prepared with good coats, gloves and hats.

Would you add some more corner to our list of the best corners of Chicago? We look forward to hearing from you. Comments!