Berlinale Golden Bear Awards 2016

The Berlin International Film Festival just had its 66th finale yesterday. The Berlianale, as it is also called, had its firt edition in 1951, being today the biggest festival with over 330.ooo tickets sold in a venue of culture, where art meets party, but also with the glamous always present in this kind of event….

5 Types Of Erasmus Students – A Spongebob Review

If you think about Europe and student exchanges, you’ll bump into a thing called Erasmus Program. Established in 1987, creating mobility opportunities for student from all over Europe and around the world (Erasmus Mundus), it is the most notorious and successful way of experiencing international education. Nowadays, you have Erasmus students communities in  most cities around…

8 Best Low Cost Airlines in Europe

Traveling by plane, only 2 decades ago, was all about Charm and champagne, flights were expensive, seats were luxurious, food was fancy and stewardesses were like top models. Today, low costs rule and the WorldAirlineAwards have their prizes for this category. We’re showing you the 8 best in Europe for you to move around on budget! 1…

Survival Guide To Hitchhiking

As the dictionary says, getting from point A to point B by getting free lifts in passing vehicles is what hitchhiking reefers to. Being the cheapest and most exciting way of traveling around a country or a continent, it is preferred by anyone willing to save up some money, meet people and get to know their…

5 European Islands Out Of Europe

Six centuries ago, the old European empires challenged the waters and the unknown, sailing through new routes towards what today are the Americas, Africa, India and Oceania. And however 600 years might sound like a lot of time, and arguably time enough for most of us not to even consider there are still some overseas territories…

TileTraveler Weekly Playlist #6

/ Tile Traveler presents a fine selection of sounds and visuals on a weekly basis, giving you the right vibe / We have the music you want / We have the music you need / 1.Shura – 2Shy 2.Wet – You’re the Best 3.Broods – Bridges 4.ABRA – Fruit 5.Hudson Mohawke – Indian Steps 6.Son…

11 New Cheap Flight Routes For 2016

Do you still remember when, only 10 years ago, flying around Europe was expensive and just available for the lucky ones? Low cost airlines changed all that. And yes, we are aware that they are not perfect when it comes to labour conditions. But if something changed the way we travel, low costs are to…

Patterns Of The World – Portugal

As we already talked about here, Porto is an extremely diverse city, diverse in people, diverse in culture, in architecture, but also on the numerous patterns you can find on building façadades throughout the city. Discovering Porto by finding different tiles is a challenge, you won’t just get to know all those narrow streets as you…

Wearing The World – Iceland

  Representing the Icelandic heritage, the traditional clothing of Iceland  keeps the same details and patterns while they are worn during several holidays and celebrations. The national dress is known as Þjóðbúningurinn while the traditional men’s wear  is known as Búningur karla, both coming in several variations. Upphlutur consists of a long black skirt accessorized with a sleeveless bodice ornamented…

4 Cheap Cities You Can Live In

When considering traveling somewhere, we always have to make decisions based on our budget. The question “How much can I spend?” pops up constantly, even if you choose couchsurfing and hitchhiking you still need to buy food and have some pocket money. The same happens when you want to actually move somewhere, whether because you want…

TileTraveler Weekly Playlist #5

/ Tile Traveler presents a fine selection of sounds and visuals on a weekly basis, giving you the right vibe / We have the music you want / We have the music you need /   1. Majical Cloudz – Childhood’s End 2. Grimes – Kill V. Maim 3. Hurts – Some Kind of Heaven…

Giethoorn – The “Dutch Venice”

Imagine living in one of those magically perfect fairy tales, where the sky is blue, birds are singing and nature is present in every corner. Giethoorn is something like that! A remote, calm and serene village located in The Netherlands, being segmented by small canals which serve as streets, giving it the nickname of  “Dutch…