Beijing to Shanghai

In terms of scale, China is enormous when compared with its surrounding countries and so not only does travel between cities take much longer than in other parts of East Asia, but it often costs more to do so. Internal flights within China would always be my highest recommendation for a number of reasons that … More Beijing to Shanghai

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Florence to Rome

As two of the largest cities and tourist destinations in Italy, Florence and Rome are just a few hours from one another and have plenty of transport options to take you between them. Despite convenience or price, of all the modes of transport I will discuss throughout this post I would recommend taking the train … More Florence to Rome

Hanoi to Ha Long Bay

There are several ways to get from the Vietnamese capital to one of the most breathtaking parts of the country. Although the commute is short, the two locations could not be more different. Hanoi is one of the busiest cities in this region, whilst Ha Long Bay is a tranquil, otherworldly destination. Hanoi is a … More Hanoi to Ha Long Bay

Salzburg, Austria

Our trip across Europe was coming to an end so we wanted to take things easy in Salzburg, so that’s exactly what we did. We arrived in the early afternoon from Vienna on the train which cost €26 for each of us one way. The train was incredible, through the rolling Austrian countryside. Homes were sparse but the ones we did … More Salzburg, Austria