What are the destinations you would like to visit? Are you craving laying under the sun all day long somewhere in the Carribean’s or dreaming about going to your first African safari? Or maybe Asia is your place to be? The When Woman Travels’ posts are arranged by continents and countries soo that you can find quickly and easily what are you looking for.
Start by narrowing down your search by continents and read the tips and ideas. Click on the photos to get to the country’s sections.
Exploring East London and getting up close with its people, best coffee shops and industrial-chic buildings was full of emotions (and sleepless nights) experience.
The Irish town of Kilkenny has a variety of experiences to offer to its visitors. The best known are the Medieval Mile and Kilkenny Castle (one of the castles in Ireland that must be visited!). However, Kilkenny has another, quirkier side – its old pubs. The discovery of this Kilkenny old pub by me and my friend was a pure case of serendipity!
I visited these cities during my two weeks solo trip in Norway. As the country is one of the most expensive destinations in Europe, I guess you may prefer to shorten your tour. Chose from these cities or go and see them all!
Enjoy the well-renowned Moroccan hospitality and choose one or more of the traditional Moroccan riads for a romantic getaway!…
Central Australia is not your usual out-of-the-beaten path destination. With its capital, Alice Springs, named as one of the most remote cities in the world, to travel here isn’t a joke, especially for a woman. These female travel tips will make your trip easier and, honestly, less dangerous…
Leaving your home is not easy. Living in a foreign country even more difficult. What it is to live as an expat in Ethiopia – interview about my experience in Mekelle, Ethiopia.
Christmas is a favourite holiday for most of us. Here are five reasons why one should go at least once in the Austrian capital Vienna in December. In many cases, after the first visit in the month of December, people return every year in Vienna.
What do you imagine when you think of the Maldives Islands? Do you think of exquisite luxury travel style that you believe is unattainable to you? As it came out, it is not such an impossible dream. Read the tips of our contributor Jana who recently came back from the Maldives and shares her experience in order you can travel to this dreamy destination it as well.
If you want to see the ‘real’ Australia, you must include a visit to its Red Centre on your Australian itinerary… Alice Springs is the capital of Central Australia, and it is (almost) the geographical centre of the country…
Festivals, sporting events, cultural and holiday celebrations…. All of these can transform a place such that whether it’s an ordinary or extraordinary one, it becomes more fun one to visit. Here are five events worth travelling for in Europe…
Chateau du Vau is a small, rural hotel in France. It can be described also as a guest house born from one of the bourgeois houses inhabiting this part of the country…
In Spain, the vibrant cities contrast with sleepy villages, green hills and vast volcanic fields. The country offers a range of activities and it is next to impossible to enjoy everything. This is why we made this list to help you make the most of your vacation in Spain.
As the country is recovering from the huge drop and expected to increase its tourist flow in 2018, this travel-inspiring blog post features 5 of the best places to visit in Tunisia.
In the past few years, this part of Europe became more popular and is on the travel bucket list of many people. As a person born and bred here, I understand why. It surprises with history and culture but also gives its visitors a sense of safety and a glimpse of what is to be part of one of the most cosmopolite parts of the world. On a relatively small territory, you will find so many countries. And although their cuisine and language are very similar, are different in terms of mentality and lifestyle. The best way to sample most of these similarities and differences is to visit the capitals of Eastern Europe.
Sydney, Australia, is a very popular destination for both domestic and international visitors. Many articles have been written and I’m sure you all know about the Harbour Bridge and Opera House, Bondi Beach and Manly Beach. As I spent 3 weeks in this beautiful city and had contact with many local people, I could build experience and share it with you in this article on the non-touristy things to do in Sydney.
I know that many people like the hostel culture and prefer to stay in hostels when travelling. I understand that many of them do so to save money. But also that for many others, especially when travelling solo, it is an easier way to meet other travellers. However, I am one of those who does not like hostels and even…
This post is to introduce you to the complex Australian visas system and provides a generalized information. You might need more detailed information or a professional help to decide what Australian visa options best suits your case.
For years, I was dreaming about coming to Australia and wandering around its so different and vast landscapes and lifestyles. This is my Sydney photo diary for the first week of my stay here.