Stories by Journy Admin
Where The Journy Team Is Traveling This Summer
Aaaaaand cue the wanderlust.
Journy's Ultimate Taiwan Travel Guide
Everything you need to know, all in one place.
Reflections On Taiwan’s Unique People And Culture
Cofounders Susan and Leiti are given an opportunity to reflect on their personal histories when they visit Taiwan for work.
The Journy Guide To Nara, Japan
Explore the best of the Nara, Japan with these insider tips
The Journy Guide To Cinque Terre
Explore the best of the Cinque Terre with these insider tips.
Journy's Ultimate Seville Travel Guide
Explore the best of Seville with our insider tips.
The Journy Guide To Florence
Explore the best of Florence with our insider tips
How To Plan Your Multi-City (And Island) Dream Trip To Greece
The best ways to spend 10 days in Greece—from must-sees to hidden gems.
The Journy Guide To Crete In Spring - Top Things To Do
Explore the best of Crete with these insider tips
The Journy Summer Guide To Santorini And Mykonos
Explore the best of Santorini and Mykonos with these insider tips
The Journy Guide To Athens In Winter
Explore the best of Athens with these insider tips
10 Steps To Making Sure You're Always Booking The Cheapest Flight
We've gathered all the best tricks and hacks for making sure you never overpay for a flight again
Where To Go In Spain
From Barcelona in the north to Valencia in the east and Seville in the south, the country offers a variety of diverse experiences—you just have to know where to find them.
6 Can't-Miss Tapas Bars For Your Night Out In Seville
Nibble the night away...
Discover The Elements Of Authentic Flamenco In Sevilla, Spain
An introductory guide to Flamenco's history, elements, and venues.
How To Plan Your Multi-City Dream Trip To Italy
The best ways to spend 10-14 days in Italy — from must-sees to hidden gems
Journy's Ultimate Winter Travel Guide
Whether you want the beach or the mountains, we've got the trip for you
10 Of Our Favorite Upscale Restaurants In Copenhagen
Perhaps one of the top reasons international gastros visit Copenhagen these days is to dine at Noma, the restaurant that has sat at the top of The World's 50 Best Restaurant list for years in a row, who made eating live ants [http://www.eater.com/2016/1/28/10860246/noma-australia-menu-photos] cool and delicious. With the restaurant set to make their transition to an urban farm [http://www.nytimes.com/2015/09/16/dining/noma-rene-redzepi-urban-farm.html?_r=0] in 2017, it's no wonder reservation
5 Scandi-Chic Cocktail Bars Worth A Trip To Copenhagen
Find your cocktail soulmate at the city's best bars
7 "Hygge" Things To Do In Copenhagen
“Hygge” — a Danish term defined as “a quality of cosiness and comfortable conviviality that engenders a feeling of contentment or well-being.” Pronounced “hoo-guh.” On Oxford Dictionaries’ 2016 word of the year shortlist. Indulge in that Danish warm fuzzy spirit with these seven things to do in Copenhagen. Board Games And Beer At Bastard Cafe Bastard Café - Board Games & Coffee [https://www.facebook.com/BastardCafe/]Like board games? Coffee? Beer? Head to Bastard Cafe for a little bit of all th