5 Places I Highly Recommend You Visit on Your Trip to Seoul

Seoul has so many great things to offer – so where do you start? Here are the 5 places that I most highly recommend when you visit on your next trip!

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Discovering Yongsan

Yongsan, a part of Seoul mostly untouched by tourists. Explore Yongsan and find the little coffee shops and walk down its hidden street.

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Hotel Review: BI&BI Panzio

For anyone looking to go to Budapest, I would highly recommend staying at BI&BI Panzio. Personally, I enjoyed my stay very much and I hope you will too!

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Central Market Hall

Before heading off to Budapest, two of my friends told me about this magical place. Where I live in Canada, there are no markets like this – and if there are, well, then I have no idea where they are. Whenever I’m able to go to a market, a bazaar, or a night market, I’m…

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Margaret Island

Margaret Island is a small island (*gasp* who would’ve thought) that lies between Buda and Pest. You can access it by a bridge which I’ve circled on the map down below.  

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CPA; day 2+3

  Anywhoo! Days 2 + 3 of CPA went by like a flash! No… not that kind of flash…

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CPA; day 0

For those who were hoping for another Europe post right now… Currently I’m in Victoria for a psychology conference (CPA) and I wanted to document it as it occurred. At this very moment, as I write this blog post, I’m sitting in a small coffee shop that I just discovered called Pour (at least, I think…

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BUDApest

So my mom and I didn’t have much time in Budapest – 3ish days to explore. Note: For anyone planning a trip to Budapest – I definitely think that you need at least 1 week. There is so much to enjoy! I really rushed through everything, but I think that if I had 1 week, I…

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Exploring more of Castle Hill

After visiting Matthias Church (which you can read about here) and exploring its surroundings, my mother and I decided to venture down towards the Danube and Chain Bridge.

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3, 2, 1… Off to Budapest, the Paris of the East

My mom and I got up quite early to take a bus from Bratislava to Budapest (~2 hours and 41 minutes between these two cities by train).

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