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Walking Tour of Hoi An Ancient Town Vietnam

Hoi An Ancient Town is one of the prettiest Vietnamese towns that we visited during our 3 months of Vietnam travel.  Hoi An Vietnam is a UNESCO town that is full of hidden treasures down small alleyways past colonial homes and ancient crumbling traditional Vietnamese homes.  The river with its bobbing colourful lantern boats is a drawcard more so at night when the...

Valencia Free Walking Tour

Valencia Free Walking Tour

What is the first thing you do after checking into your hotel in a new city? Do you source local free walking tours or do you head out into the straights with or without a map in hand? One of our passions, when we arrive at a new destination, is to source a free walking tour.  For a few hours, we enjoy the company of other travellers and the local guide and his or...

Porto Walking Tour

Porto Walking Tour with Porto Walkers

If you are visiting Porto Portugal you may want to book a Porto Walking Tour with Porto Walkers. In 3 hours we covered a lot of Porto, walking up and down this hilly city, the history, what is happening now, the people, the food and the sights. Porto is famous for port wine and you are reminded of this everywhere you walk. “V” our guide was a delight and...

Walking Tour of Funchal Madeira

All You Need To Know About A Walking Tour of Funchal   We are passionate about walking tours in each place that we visit, especially the walking tour of Funchal Madeira that we took with Beata from History Tellers. In the couple of hours, we spent in Beata’s company, we learned so much about Funchal, its history and came across squares and alleyways that...

Triana Spain

Walking Tour of Triana in Seville, Spain

A  walking tour of Triana in Seville, Spain is one of the best things to do in Seville.  Imagine gazing at historical buildings, wandering through the local bustling market and getting those insider tips on where to eat and what are the best tapas bars to go to. We love free walking tours, we learn so much from passionate locals who want to ‘show off’...

Food Tour of Barbados

The Popular Lickrish Walking Food Tour Of Barbados

What do you get when you combine a walking tour, a food tour, and history highlights all in one in Bridgetown Barbados? The popular Lickrish Walking Food Tour of Barbados, but a word of warning, you will need to come feeling hungry, very hungry! Over the years we have enjoyed many food walking tours in Porto and in Dublin Now, were you wondering what...

Valencia Free Walking Tour

How To Enjoy A Valencia Emblematic Free Walking Tour

A Valencia Emblematic Free Walking Tour should be on everyone’s things to do when visiting Valencia in Spain. Is a walking tour the first thing that you source when you arrive in a new city or destination or do you find a Food Guide and research local restaurants and local cuisine?  We do both.  Valencia is perfect for the food lover.  Just think, local tapas...

Plaza Espana in Seville

Highlights of our Free Walking Tour Seville Spain

Casco Historico Free Walking Tour of Seville in Spain As we travel the globe we love to learn about a new destination from a local and what better way than to take a free walking tour.  Not only do you learn about the city, its history you get the latest tips and tricks on how to make the most of your stay. We have enjoyed countless of great meals in little known...

Free Walking Tour Santiago Chile

Free Walking Tour Santiago Chile

Santiago in Chile was our first experience of a Free Walking Tour.  Since that first tour, we have been hooked!  If there is a Free Walking Tour in a city, it is usually the first thing we do. We learn so much and we enjoy the snippets of information that the guides share with you. We get a personal viewpoint on the city from a local’s point of view. Who loves...

San Miguel de Allende Mexico Free Walking Guide

San Miguel de Allende Mexico Free Walking and Shopping Guide offers a fascinating blend of walking tours around the historic streets of San Miguel de Allende.  This colourful town is a mixture of history, indigenous traditions and cosy courtyard shops, studios and many great restaurants.  San Miguel de Allende Mexico is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. We spent six...

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