I have had my share of beers when I backpacked in Europe for almost 3 months. Here are some of my favorites.
If you get a chance to visit Italy, never miss going to Venice. Just seeing all the gondolas on the Grand Canal already makes the trip worthwhile.
The Hundertwasser House is a beautifully designed housing project by an Austrian artist. Would you want to live in a cultural heritage like this?
If you ever find yourself in the small city of Herentals in Belgium, take time to climb the Tourist Tower. The view is well worth the effort of going there!
If you’re ever in Budapest, take the time to visit St. Stephen’s Basilica, Hungary’s most important church. As a bonus, you will also get to see the mummified hand of the country’s first King!
Want to know where the mighty Napoleon Bonaparte fell? Meet his Waterloo in Belgium.
If you find yourself in Prague, visiting the Franz Kafka Museum is a must if only to see this wonderful art installation of two men pissing on Czech Republic.
Have you ever prayed to St. Anthony de Padua? When you get a chance, visit his resting place in Italy.
If you want to backpack solo in Europe, better prepare for it in advance. Here are some of my tips to help you achieve your Euro trip dream someday!
Check out these vivid colors of Europe—from lovely Prague to historic Budapest.
The Grand Place in Brussels is one of the most beautiful marketplaces I’ve ever seen in Europe. It was worth seeing it despite the cold.
My solo backpacking trip wouldn’t have been as memorable if I didn’t meet these beautiful cats in Europe!