Most cities in Europe that draw any sort of tourism will have โ€œFree Walking Tours” available in multiple languages. Smaller cities might have one or two companies while larger metropolitan areas have several. The same structure goes for languages offered. Smaller places normally only offer a few languages including the countryโ€™s national language(s) while larger cities can have ten or more. Luckily, English has become a universal language for business and tourism…. Read More

At first, we were hesitant to try rental bikes in Europe. Did they work well, were they susceptible to theft, were they worth it? The decision to try the bikes stemmed from Hannah’s nostalgic longing to ride a scooter. Admittedly, I wanted to try the rentals too but, as for a means of transportation, the cost was not as practical nor could they get us to the next destination more quickly. The… Read More