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Antoine Borg

Ħal Balzan, Malta

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About Me

I travel for fun and write about it at http://www.unexpectedtraveller.com

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Brussels

Prague

Tokyo

Lisbon

Malta

Rome

Malta Island


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Lara Cacho Taeño

Greg Gross

Mike Richard




Antoine's Activity


AIn which country, city or state have you drank the best beer?

Belgium. Without a doubt. They have more types of beer than you can care to think about and they also have excellent tours of the breweries - something I took advantage of once at the Duvel Moortgat Brewery​and wrote about too: http://www.unexpectedtraveller.com/Blog/things-to-do-in-and-around-brussels-tour-the-duvel-brewery/... See More


ALisbon: Best places to stay in Lisbon?

There is plenty to do in Lisbon and since it has an efficient and straightforward transport network, I don't think you need to worry about which part of the city you're in. Just make sure you're no more than 5-10 min walk from a metro stop and you'll be... See More


ALisbon: Best free things to do in Lisbon?

As many others here have pointed out, walking is the key answer to doing something for free in Lisbon. The views, the sense of location, the charm of a city as bewitching as Lisbon can only be obtained through walking its little back alleys and streets. I wrote a short... See More


ARome: What is your favorite restaurant in Rome?

My favourite - as much for the story behind it as for the food - would have to be Antica Focacceria S. Francesco​. I liked the place so much, I even wrote about it: http://www.unexpectedtraveller.com/Blog/anti-mafia-dining-rome/ See More


ARome: Top free things to do in Rome?

The answers here are excellent and I think I'll take note of them! If you're looking for an interesting walk around one of the most interesting neighborhoods in Rome, try my recommendation for a walk around the periphery of "Rione II Trevi​"... See More


ARome: Great, budget friendly restaurants in Rome for a solo traveler?

Yes I do - Try Antica Focacceria S. Francesco​ - I found the food to be great, the price is reasonable (but depends on what your budget is!) and I even wrote a review about it: http://www.unexpectedtraveller.com/Blog/anti-mafia-dining-rome/ See More


APrague: Centrally-located hotels in Prague for <$150/night

Try the Jurys Inn Hotel, Prague City Centre​ - it is quite central, near two metro lines and numerous tram options. Plus you could walk to/from the city centre in about 10 min so it is a great location. Additionally, Hotel ibis Praha Mala Strana​... See More


AMunich: Best places to stay in Munich, Prague and Vienna?

For Prague​ there are plenty of places in the city centre that are conveniently located. The public transit system is very good so as long as you are within walking distance of a metro (subway), you should be fine. I've stayed at the IBIS in the Anděl​... See More


ABerlin: Airport transfers in Berlin, Prague, Budapest, Bucharest, Istanbul & Athens

For Prague​, there are no train or tram options at the airport so you can choose from a taxi (can be pricey), Uber or catch the bus to the nearest metro stop. This will be the green line that takes you to the centre and a number of main locations so... See More


AMalta: Malta in November

Day trips to Gozo are a great idea. Try heading over to Tal-Massar Winery​ for their great wine tasting; It's so good, I've written about it: http://www.unexpectedtraveller.com/Blog/wine-tasting-gozo/ See More


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