Bucharest Street Food Culture

Placed in the heart of the city [Old Town, Selari Street no. 4], bettween all this schabby chic buildings and the urban daily rush, you’ll find Food Hood, a place that brings the vibes of a seaside vacation in the middle of the cemented jungle. Feel the cosy patch of sand resembling a tropical beach, while…

The Place To Stay In Belgrade

Belgrade, the city of art, monumental buildings and all night long parties, but still very undiscovered by tourists from Europe and the rest of world. Visiting it is an amazing experience that gives you the real feeling of an european capital. This time, we talked to Eva, a traveler from California exploring the beauty of the…

The Winners Of National Geographic Travel Photo Contest 2016

The  National Geographic TravelPhoto Contest 2016 gathers an impressive collection of beautiful shots. From a pool of 10.000 entries depicting people, cities or nature. National Geographic Travel selected the winners for this year, and we are in awe. Check it out! 🏆  GRAND PRIZE WINNER: Winter Horseman, Inner Mongolia At a freezing temperature of minus twenty and lower,…

The Place To Stay In Rotterdam

Rotterdam is, undoubtedly, one of the most vibrant cities in Europe, its modern architecture and the cool vibe of a truly multicultural city, makes it one of those places you really can’t miss. And we know the place you stay might make the whole difference when traveling, for that reason you should have in mind…

Forget Amsterdam, Visit Haarlem!

We talked already about how cool it is to go around small cities and find the unexpected. Haarlem is one of the cases, a small city with  150k inhabitants right next to Amsterdam, a kind of sleeping bag for those working in the bigger and crowded towns of the Netherlands. However small, it is one…

Street Photography By Tatsuo Suzuki

Tatsuo Suzuki is living in Tokyo, place where he decided to pursue his pasion for photography. The intrigue with the people passing by, while he was heading to his 9 to 5 job, created a desire to start street photography and focus on individuals. Tatsuo is counting on the unexpected, without creating a plan or building…

TileTraveler Weekly Playlist #9

/ Tile Traveler presents a fine selection of sounds and visuals on a weekly basis, giving you the right vibes / We have the music you want / We have the music you need /   1.Massive Attack, Azekel – Ritual Spirit 2.James Blake – Radio Silence 3.The Lumineers – Ophelia 4.Ben Howard – I…

One Day: Soul Food, A Good Coffee & Beer

The beauty of traveling stays in small things, just like those places you discover almost by mistake. That hidden patch of land that not much people know about, that small bodega which serves the best dish in town or that very underground artsy place where all the locals enjoy that cheap AF beer. And Serbia,…

Booze Of The World

We all like booze, or at least most of us like it! Whether you like it or not, alcoholic beverages make an important part of a country’s culture and even history. The simple fact you are allowed, or not, to drink them on the streets, or to drink them at all, is a a picture…

The Place To Stay in Novi Sad

We usually get excited visiting big capitals, forgetting how smaller cities can offer real country feelings – after all, we all see differences between our capital and the rest of the country. Being in Serbia, Belgrade does give you an amazing vibe of culture and fun and it is really easy to find a cool Hostel to…

6 Wicked Summer Festivals Of 2016

We find ourselves in the middle of winter, a time when we seek any method to keep ourselves warm. But is also the period for summer music festivals to announce the first artists in their line-ups, always offering great early birds. We made a list of 6 European festivals which will make you wanna hibernate till summer. 1.…