Prague is a city of stunning physical beauty, filled with gothic and baroque spires and art-nouveau facades. Arched stone bridges, mysteriously lit alleyways and other charming scenes linger around almost every corner. Despite becoming a cosmopolitan Western capital, the city’s old-world appeal has been steadfastly preserved and can easily be explored on a budget.
Mumbai is India’s business center and home to the country’s prolific Bollywood film industry. This city of contrasts can be described as a heady mix of mayhem and peaceful retreats, colonial relics and crowded slums and swanky restaurants, alongside busy street vendors – all topped with a big dash of pollution. Once you overcome your initial shock at India’s sheer chaos, you can start to appreciate the city’s charm and its big heart. We’ll show you how to get t...
Filled with contrasting turns, from neon lights and concrete to bonsai-lined courtyards of traditional inns, there’s no place quite like Tokyo. Although the city is well-known for its high prices, especially when it comes to food and transportation, there are plenty of free or cheap options on offer – all you need is some careful planning.
Chicago is a city of neighborhoods, each with its own distinct architectural style and atmosphere. Downtown Chicago is the center of cultural, commercial and financial institutions, as well as home to Grant Park and many of the city’s skyscrapers. If you have time to spare, we’ll show you how to take a whirlwind tour of the windy city – on the cheap of course!
Teeming narrow side streets, bold neon lights on every corner, slow moving traffic and noisy canteens all take a little adjusting to. Once you have overcome the initial sensory overload, sit back and enjoy all Hong Kong has to offer.