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31 Best Places to Celebrate New Year’s Eve

Traveling to celebrate New Year’s Eve can be fun. It’s the popular time of the year, especially since it’s only a few days after Christmas, which makes you get the most out of the holidays. Deciding where to go or the best place to visit for New Year can be hard, and that’s why I’m compiling this post to showcase some of the best places to celebrate this festive event.

While celebrating New Year’s Eve sounds like a novelty, there are also some downsides to it since it’s the peak season and almost everything, from accommodations and tourist attractions, increases their rate during this time of the year.

If you’re currently planning a trip to celebrate the next New Year’s Eve in a new place, you may want to consider one of these best places to visit for the new year. So, where would you celebrate it next year?

21 Affordable Destinations for Your First Winter Vacation

21 Affordable Destinations for Your First Winter Vacation

Winter is around the corner. For most people, the winter holiday is definitely a busy time to travel, with Christmas and New Year in this period. Not to mention that most winter activities are quite expensive. From skiing to snowboarding, it’s almost hard to find affordable destinations you can visit during the winter.

If you’re like me, you know too well that coming from a tropical country, going on a winter holiday to enjoy the colder weather and occasionally snow is considered a luxury thing that not all of us can experience.

So in this post, I’ll write about some simple tips to prepare for your first winter holiday. And on top of that, I’ve collaborated with some fellow bloggers and travelers to compile some recommended destinations for your first winter vacations. Those that are affordable, with plenty of things to do to enjoy the colder weather… With or without snow!

22 Best Places to Unplug and Live in the Moment

22 Best Places to Unplug and Live in the Moment

In a world that is so well-connected, there are times when we feel like unplugging and just living in the moment while enjoying where we are without having to connect to the outside world.

We all need digital detox sometimes, but sometimes the need is overlooked because almost 80% of our life is spent through the world wide web. Whether it is for work, connecting with friends and family when you live overseas, or simply just the fact that you’re bored of your reality.

So in this post, some fellow bloggers and I are compiling a list of top-notch places to unplug and live in the moment. The places you can consider going for a digital detox, some spots that can give you a chance to disconnect just so you can reconnect better with your routines.

What You Could Get in Malaga for $10 – 4 Alternative Budget-Friendly Things Around Costa del Sol

On this week’s $10 series, we’re going back to Spain after covering cities like Madrid and Seville the other day. This time, we’re going to Malaga and see what else you could get for $10 or less around the city.

This time, we have Cristina from My Little World of Travelling to share a few budget-friendly things you can do around Malaga.

So, what could you get in Malaga for $10?

What You Could Get in Malaga for $10 – 5 Things You Don’t Want to Miss While Traveling in the City

Hi everyone!

As a football fan, there are some things I know about La Liga. Some derbies between the football teams, from the infamous El Clasico between Real Madrid and Barcelona to Eastern Andalucia’s derby between Malaga FC and Granada.

So this week, after covering Seville last year, Paulina of Visit Southern Spain is back to talk about how to travel on the budget in another city in Andalucia. And this time, we’re going to cover Malaga!

So, what could you get in Malaga for $10?