Seoul is a massive city. It has one of the most populated metropolitan areas in the world. There’s a lot to see and do in Seoul but thankfully, the city has an efficient and extensive metro system that makes sightseeing a breeze.
Kyoto has long been regarded as Japan’s historical and cultural center. Unlike fast-paced Tokyo, it’s an atmospheric city with an even pace. It’s home to over a thousand temples and shrines and some of the most interesting and delicious food in Japan.
Osaka is known for having some of the best food in Japan and it offers plenty to do for first-time visitors. Whether you’re staying for three days or a week, you won’t run out of fun and interesting things to do in Osaka.
Pretty isn’t a word you can use to describe every city, but it fits perfectly with Prague. It’s one of the prettiest cities we’ve ever seen. Prague is so pretty in fact, that it almost doesn’t seem real. It looks and feels like a fairy tale.
Budapest surprised us. I knew it was a treasure trove of Gothic architecture. I knew the Danube River divided Buda from Pest but what I didn’t expect, was to find a cool and trendy city with an edginess that belied its classical feel and recent socialist past.
If you’re visiting for the first time and wondering what to do in Hanoi, then this 3-day itinerary will be useful to you. It gives recommendations on what attractions not to miss and offers suggestions on what and where to eat to get the best out of your stay in Hanoi.
If you’re visiting Tokyo for the first time and want to truly experience the city, then this 5-day Tokyo itinerary will be helpful to you. It’s a realistic itinerary that features all the best places to visit for first-time travelers to Tokyo.
Taiwan is a small country with an efficient rail system so you can easily explore the entire country on your own. If you have two weeks to spare and want to experience the best of Taiwan, then I hope this 14-day itinerary can help you plan your trip.