Usually people travel with their partner, their friends or their family. There are many reasons to travel such as taking a holiday break with your family, enjoying fun adventures and parties with your friends or, for example, to celebrate an anniversary with your partner. But have you ever considered travelling alone?
Everyone says that travelling abroad is one of the most enriching experiences. Young people are urged to travel as this makes them mature much earlier. The fact of being able to know other cultures, fend for themselves, etc. Makes them grow as an individual. From Equity Point we fully agree and we want to grow and mature with you, we want to live those new experiences in a foreign country that will remember your whole life. Where do you want us to travel?
When we want to make a trip abroad but want to save money and space, we usually resort to using a backpack as luggage. So we will not have to check in the plane and it will be easier to move from one place to another. But one of the biggest drawbacks is how to keep everything you need in our backpack in a simple way and to fit all the essentials on our trip as backpackers.
Lisbon is small enough not to feel overwhelmed by its size, but at the same time it is large enough not to feel isolated or to not have the same services and lifestyle that anybody can have in any other city of Europe. It is one of the preferred destinations for a short holiday as it is the perfect city to visit during two or three days without feeling overwhelm by a huge number of monuments.
Lisbon is considered as an astonishing city with buildings made of limestone that leaves no tourist indifferent. It is the oldest capital of the western part of Europe that is waiting for our next visit. Here are some things to visit in this place.
Portugal’s capital brings together historical charm with trendy bars, exciting parties and an emerging art scene. Once you’ve enjoyed exploring the sites, check out our top 5 alternative things to do in Lisbon.
This historic Catalan city of Girona is famous for its beautiful old town, riverside views and Costa Brava coast, but it’s also known as the City of Festivals. Girona is a great place to experience the Catalan culture and they love to party! Find out the best things to see and do with our recommendations of what to do in Girona this summer.
Girona, view from the Eiffel Bridge over the River Onyar