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The Ultimate Backpacker’s Guide To Rome

Perhaps they call Rome the Eternal City because it’s eternally attractive to travelers? Of course, the moniker could be down to the fact that it’s more than 2,700 years old and once ruled over much of the known world. But, still, backpackers have been flocking…
Backpacker's Guide to Rome

The Ultimate Backpacker’s Guide To Rome

Perhaps they call Rome the Eternal City because it’s eternally attractive to travelers? Of course, the moniker could be down to the fact that it’s more than 2,700 years old and once ruled over much of the known world. But, still, backpackers have been flocking to its eye-watering ruins, its gilded temples, soaring church domes, and priceless art for…well, ever. There’s no sign of that stopping, either. And why would it? Rome’s a doozy of a destination, touting slathers of culture, endless history, stacks of romance, and tempting food.

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Guide to London

The Ultimate Backpacker’s Guide To London

London is up there with the most visited cities on the planet. It’s a sprawling, super megalopolis of over eight million people, unfolding along the River Thames in a medley of characterful neighborhoods. From multicultural Brixton in the south to sleek Knightsbridge, hipster Shoreditch and punky Camden Town, it’s like exploring 50 cities in one. Topping that off are some of the most iconic landmarks and experiences; with Big Ben, the Houses of Parliament, and the London Eye all vying for a spot on the itinerary.

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Guide to Berlin

The Ultimate Backpacker’s Guide to Berlin

Big, boisterous and brilliantly fun, Berlin magnetizes backpackers to the heart of central-north Europe. It might have had a rough ride in the 20th century, with WWII and the coming and going of Communism, but things are firmly looking up here. Creative kitchens and urban spas, bohemian neighborhoods to rival New York’s Village, and totemic history sites all combine to make it somewhere you’re certain not to forget in a hurry.

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