When a year comes to an end, it’s rather common for people to do a balance of whatever happened during the previous 12 months. For us, as a blog, that retrospective comes in the shape of looking at what travel articles which we wrote resonated the most with you guys on the other side. As always, thanks for reading!
These are the most read travel articles on Backpack ME during 2014:
It’s funny that this guest post by fellow blogger Adventurous Miriam has made the list, because we have just arrived in Denmark 3 days ago! I guess she made good points on why her country is well worth a visit…
Earlier this year we announced we were moving to South America. We did make Chile our home for about 4 glorious months. And because we’re missing Latin lands so much lately, we’re planning to come back again during 2015!
They say books can take you anywhere. So we asked some of our fellow travelers to recommend what reads have inspired them to go to different places around the world. Read the suggestions and don’t forget to leave a comment adding your picks too!
I don’t think we’ll ever get tired of exploring new cultures through their food and food traditions. In this case it was not at a new place, it was in Zara’s homeland. But nevertheless, this foodie tour in the North of Portugal was informative, engaging and, oh so yummy!
If there is something that Ashay loves doing here on Backpack ME is sharing visa stories. Normally, in his section Visas for Indians, he focuses on practical info on how his fellow country men and women can get visas to travel to various countries around the world. But, this time, the post includes a little more juice… mostly on the humorous side of things. It is well worth a read, whether you’re looking for the visa tips or not!
As the family member of an EU citizen you have some rights. Here are the Schengen visa rules explained!
Some people use lack of money as an excuse not to travel. Others, like Diogo, manage to travel around Europe with only 1€ a day. This is how.
Latin America is welcoming. And when you spend some time around there you realize that there are a bunch of things so peculiar from that side of the world. For example…
Do you let political opinions influence the places you ultimately travel to? Let’s get the debate going…
Street art is proof that some of the best pieces of art, at least contemporary art, are not locked inside museums. Instead, they are out in the open for everyone to enjoy. Here are some examples from graffiti pieces from around the world, by us and a bunch of awesome travel bloggers who were kind enough to contribute to this colorful compilation.
Last June the 10th, Day of Portugal, we invited a group of bloggers from Portugal, who live in the country and who have traveled there to share with us why Portugal is well worth your visit.
Still on Portuguese mode, here are some gastronomic recommendations for when you travel to Portugal. Have your tried Portuguese food before? How did you like it?
We invited a bunch of awesome bloggers that have traveled to India to share with you some non obvious insider tips, that will help you survive a trip around Incredible India.
The combination of travel and food strikes again! We take you to 80 different countries around the world, through their flavours, food traditions and yummy habits. Yes, this is food porn, but not only…
More than a count-down, this is an opportunity for you to check if you missed any of our posts this year. All for the sake of feeding your wanderlust, hoping you turn those travel dreams into realities during the new year! Have a great one!