When people ask why we’re in Spain, I often tell them that it’s for the food — so doing a Madrid Food Tour seemed only logical.
If you’re looking for a quiet, friendly place to stay in Rome, Blues BB is a great option.
Pasta, tiramisu, risotto, roast pork loin… not only did we eat these, we learned to make them too. A deliciously educational experience.
From pastries to souvlaki, a shot of hard liquor, street food and some sweets to end with — the Tastes of Thesaloniki tour covers all angles of food in this amazing Greek city.
Urban Hostel is a great choice for a hostel in Skopje, with a quiet location 15 minutes’ walk from the city centre, delicious breakfast, and friendly staff.
If you’re looking for quiet, well-priced accommodation in the centre of Pristina, Arvisa Guesthouse is a good choice.
With its great location, chilled out atmosphere and generally good music, Trip’n’Hostel is a good choice for travellers looking to socialise while in Tirana.
Despite the fact that it only opened six months ago, Mi Casa Es Tu Casa hostel is already synonymous with a stay in the Albanian city of Shkodra.
If you can get past the bad press that Podgorica gets and spend a couple of days in this nice little city, Montenegro Hostel Podgorica is a good choice for your stay in Montenegro’s capital.
We’d been told that Dubrovnik was a good base to explore the area, so we headed to Herzegovina with Amico Tours.