Author: Sanne Snijders

12x alternative tips in Berlin

June 27, 2020 0

Now that we have to book our holidays closer to home, due to corona, we see that more and more people find Germany the ideal holiday destination (at least for Dutchies). And that’s for a reason! Close to home, very accessible, developed and also extremely beautiful. Berlin has all these characteristics and because of that,…

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5x the best villages & cities on Walcheren

June 21, 2020 0

Last week I visited the Walcheren in Zeeland. Although it is a fairly well-known region in the Netherlands, I had never been there myself. But from the first minute we set foot on Walcheren, the area immediately feels super nice and peaceful. During our holiday, we cycle around the entire area several times and see…

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Dubai: on a budget

June 5, 2020 0

Okay admitted, Dubai is the first destination you think off when you’re looking for a budget-holiday. BUT I’m serious. You don’t have to be super-rich to cross Dubai off your bucket list. Even as a student, Dubai can be a realistic holiday destination. With these tips, I’ll help you to keep your expenses, in one…

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Algarve: more than just sun and beaches

November 17, 2019 0

One of the advantages of studying Tourism Management, or studying in general, is that it occasionally happens that you can take time off from school (in my case ‘I am going to gain foreign experiences’ helps as well). Last November, I was also able to take a bonus holiday week because we are free every…

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Wroclaw: 11 tips for students

July 17, 2019 0

The Polish city Wroclaw was one of the destinations on my road trip last summer. I had already been to Krakow a few years ago and I really fell in love with this city. The exact same happened within a few hours in Wroclaw. It’s a beautiful city, with fantastic buildings. Just like in Krakow,…

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Seville: tips for a budget-trip

December 19, 2018 0

The favourable location of Seville, in the interior of southern Spain, ensures that a city trip to this sunny, warm city is great all year round. In December I flew for 41 euros (return) from Düsseldorf to Seville to visit a friend of mine, who was studying and living there at the time. The perfect…

By Sanne Snijders