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Free Things To Enjoy In Your European Trip

Travelling to Europe can be an expensive endeavour, but is still possible to enjoy a European trip even if low on budget. Here are some travel spots that offer free things to enjoy:

Glockenspiel show in Munich

Watch the Glockenspiel show in Munich

The Glockenspiel show in Munich is one of Munich’s whimsical attractions. The attraction showcase 32 life-size figurines acting out the ‘Cooper’s Dance’, a local tradition. The show happens twice daily at 11 am and one at noon for 15 minutes at Marienplatz. A large number of tourists and locals come to watch the show for free.

Free museums in Madrid

Going to museums in Spain isn’t always expensive. There are free museums in Madrid that you can visit for free. Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofia offers a free entrance on Saturdays after 2:30 pm and all day Sunday. Also, Prado Museum provides a free entrance on Sundays.

The choir of Westminster Abbey, London

Visiting Westminster Abbey may cost visitors £16 during the day, but no need to buy a ticket if you go there at 5:30 pm. Just enter the church and sit in the pews, like any religious service and enjoy the sound of the choir and enjoy the evening.

Visit the Louvre in Paris for free

The Louvre is free for everyone aged under 18. Free entrance is given for everyone under 26s on Friday evenings. Teachers get free entrance all year. All visitors get free admission every first Saturday of the month between 6:00 pm and 9.45 pm, and all day on Bastille Day (14 July). Note that the gallery gets busier at these times.

Must-See Travel Destinations You See On TV

There are great places to visit in your next travel vacation. When the global health crisis ends, visit some of the great places you see on TV.

Here we list some of the great travel destinations you see on the TV series Game of Thrones. If you are a fan of the hit TV series, you will surely enjoy the trip to these fantastic travel destinations.

Vatnajökull, Iceland


Remember the Night’s Watch trudging along the unforgiving terrain toward the areas just beyond the massive defensive wall separating the Seven Kingdoms of Westeros and those living beyond it? The place is located in Iceland. This is the film location of the scenes in the enormous Vatnajökull and Myrdalsjokull glaciers, Dimmuborgir lava formations and famous Lake Myvatn.

Northern Ireland

Most scenes of Westeros was taken in Northern Ireland. Although most of the outdoor locations for the series are not as easily accessible to the general public, getting a guided tour. Taking a guided tour allows you to see locations such as the iconic Dark Hedges (King’s Road), Magheramorne Quarry (Castle Black), County Antrim’s Murlough Bay (the Iron Isles), and Castle Ward in County Down, where some scenes of Winterfell were filmed. 

Remember the location where Robb Stark got the title King in the North? That is at Inch Abbey. Visit Tollymore Forest Park to take you back to the scenes where the Stark kids found their direwolves pups.  


Remember Daenerys Targaryen’s difficult journey toward reclaiming her birthright? The dramatic triumph of the Mother of Dragons in Slaver’s Bay was shot in Morocco. 

Meanwhile, Yunkai, also known as the Yellow City, one of the 3 great Ghiscari city-states of Slaver’s Bay, was filmed in Aït Benhaddou, a 32-km UNESCO World Heritage red mud-brick ksar that seems to have been frozen in time.

Another site worth seeing is the Western city of Essaouira, another UNESCO World Heritage site that is worth visiting. In the TV series, it represents Astapor or the Red City and home of the Unsullied, the great army of the Khaleesi