When moving to a new city, you need to get your bearings. Usually people stay in hostels until they eventually find an apartment they like. If you don’t have a friend already living there, go explore the city and talk to the locals (you may even see “For Rent” signs on balconies). You could even…

So you’re travelling through Europe (or even the world) and finally arrive at a location that you just feel that you need to stay…longer… that is, not as a tourist. Here are a few ideas for jobs that are quite easily available for 3-6 months or more, where you might not get rich, but you’ll…

If you’re going traveling, weight and size is everything. It can be the difference between Ryanair saying “NOPE” when you are just about to board the plane because your backpack is just slightly over 10kg! If you’re into photography, then you’ll probably have an SLR and love it, but they are quite bulky, not so…

      This Madrid Free Map can be printed off in any size as it has a very high quality. It will fold nicely from A4 into your pocket when you’re walking the beautiful streets of Madrid so you won’t look like too much of a tourist when pulling it out. Provided by Sponge…

Madrid Car rental can be a tricky task, specially if it’s your first time. You might end up paying more than expected if you don’t take a good look at the small print. Usually the cheapest ones advertised end up being the most expensive in the end. Let’s have a look at a few things…

El Rastro Madrid is probably the most popular open air flea market in Spain. Every Sunday and during public holidays, stalls are set up with a great variety of products, ranging from cheap clothes and old flamenco records to electronic goods and antiques. If you’re looking for a gift for that special someone or simply…