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Like every year, Europe organizes Heritage Days. An opportunity to visit official buildings, museums, theatres, cinemas, sports centres… Free of charge (or at a reduced price) and in all European cities! The 2019 European Heritage Days are under the “art and entertainment” theme. This year, the Heritage Days…

Have you ever traveled and been faced with challenges getting where you needed to go or doing what you wanted to do? Navigating with luggage, strollers, on cobblestone streets, in the middle of the crowds, and following confusing directions can stress anyone out. You want to travel, but you fear encountering those issues? With Prontopia, avoid…

Festival de Deauville

From September 6 to 5, the 45th Deauville American Film Festival is taking place! On the menu, great celebrities like Sophie Turner (Game of Thrones, X-Men: Dark Phoenix), Johnny Depp, Catherine Deneuve, and even famous french singer Orelsan. But the main attraction is obviously the films, with the…

Florence

For September, our team at Nannybag choose Florence as the destination of the month. In our article you will discover nooks and crannies of this great city, which was once called “the Athens of the Middle Ages”. That’s why Nannybag has prepared a guide to the essentials to…

Happy International Blog Day! For the occasion, Nannybag has prepared a selection of our favorite travel blogs for you! From the passionate blogger to the experienced adventurer, there is something for everyone! Here are 6 English speaking blogs to absolutely see if you are a travel fan. Emily…

You still haven’t planned your trip in August?  Relax, Nannybag is here. We have prepared a small selection of the best places to travel in August. Where things really move in August! Nevada, USA. But why Nevada, you may ask. Quite simply because from August 25 to September 2 there is the Burning man. One of the biggest music festivals in the world, happening the middle of…

When you’re traveling you can encounter local customs, and they can be … special, when you don’t know them. Every country his customs and better be aware of them when traveling. Nannybag found 12 of them for you: Africa To start with the local customs, in Egypt, forget salt. Adding salt to your meal is seen as insulting to the one cooking. In Japan, it’s extremely rude to eat with a fork and knife. So before traveling to Japan, be sure…