San Francisco was once known as the epicenter of the counterculture movement. In the 1960s and 70s, it was the place where you would find artists, beatniks, and those who practiced an alternative lifestyle. Today, San Francisco is more tech than it is artsy but it still revolves around a culture that values tolerance and acceptance of diversity. One of… Read More
We have a lot of great writers that share their travel stories with The Planet D readers. This is a collection of guest posts on our travel blog.
Corina from Another Milestone shares everything you need to know about visiting Halkidiki, Greece. Halkidiki Greece – The Complete Travel Guide Halkidiki is an area located in the northern part of Greece. It is famous for its three peninsulas known as “the three legs” – Kassandra, Sithonia, and Mount Athos. Image by RzlBrz007700 from Pixabay There are some affiliate links in the post below where theplanetd… Read More
Sziget Festival in Budapest Hungary is one of the largest music and cultural celebrations in Europe celebrating music and love. It starts soon and Vishanth of Visualization Blog, shares his tips for Sziget festival from two separate trips! The Complete Guide to Sziget Festival In the beautiful city of Budapest, Hungary lays the island of Obuda, which turns into an island… Read More
Ricky Marshall of World Travel Toucan shares his tips to explore Rome for free including all the cheap atractions in Rome for budget travelers. The great thing about Rome is that many of the attractions are completely free or are state-run and have a low-cost entrance fee. It can be a surprisingly affordable place for a capital city and as there are… Read More
In 2020, Christchurch has come a long way since the earthquakes of 2010 and 2011. Last week I asked ‘Phil the builder’ his thoughts on Christchurch’s Rebuild. ‘It’s finally coming together’, he said with a staple Cantabrian smile on his face. This has been my home for the last 4.5 years, but folks just passing by still wonder why I… Read More
Mount Etna is many things, amongst them one of the most active volcanoes in the world. Italy’s Mount Etna is not to be conquered as she is the conqueror, but you can hike to the summit, currently at 3,326 meters above sea level. (10,912 feet) We will share with you the best way to hike Mount Etna, and all the… Read More