Estonia is a relatively safe country for people to visit and travel around. With tourist numbers growing each year, is there anything to worry about? We take a look.
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What type of documents do visitors to Iceland need? What if you’re hoping to live or work here? Our local insider Marvi has the answers.
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Finland has incredible wildlife; bears, moose, wolves, elk, wolverines and more. But they aren't all cute and cuddly – find out what you need to know to stay safe.
Anyone heading to Europe in February knows to expect cold weather and adverse conditions, but with cold snaps getting worse and longer, it's not unusual to see snow in places that don't usually see it.
Icelanders love a good party, maybe it's those long winter nights, or the midnight sun in summer which gets them out and about. Find out how to have a good time and stay safe while in Iceland with World Nomads.
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Latvia is one of those up-and-coming Eastern European countries whose major city charms overshadow the fact that much of the rural countryside has still a long way to go.
Eastern European countries are known for being slack when it comes to driving skills, and Latvia is no different from the others.
Check your purses, tap your wallets and don't take drinks from strangers. Latvia has a reputation for crime and scams targeted to the foreigner.