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The best things to do in Kyoto (you won't want to miss)

During our first visit to Japan, we allocated a 5-day itinerary for Kyoto, during which we tried to explore as much of the city as...

Berlin Photography: A black and white photoessay

We couldn't connect with Berlin. For about a week, we tried loving Berlin every single day. Our Berlin photography will hopefully show...

An expat guide to living in Budapest

We recently decided to move to Budapest and enjoy the key location of the city, especially because we want to do more road trips...

Travelling Vegan: Everything you need to know

What is travelling vegan like? Ever since we become plant-based, a lot of our readers sent us emails asking us this question. In all...

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2 weeks in Japan (according to an expat)

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Where to stay in Kyoto (For Tourists And First Time Visitors)

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How to plan the perfect 7 days in Japan itinerary

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It can be rather challenging to find where to stay in Tokyo for tourists and first-time visitors. There are several questions to ask...

The best 15 things to do in Shibuya, Tokyo

There are so many things to do in Shibuya beyond the famed pedestrian scramble. Having been featured in so many movies, it's only...

The best 50 things to do in Tokyo

Being the world's biggest metropolis, it's easy to see why I could find so many things to do in Tokyo. The Japanese capital is one of...

Everything you need to know about the Japan Rail Pass

"To travel around Japan you definitely need a Japan Rail Pass". Sounds familiar? I'm sure you've heard this million times over....

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A warm welcome to our website, You Could Travel. We are Coralia (Cory) and Gergely (G), the married couple who created this information packed travel blog. You Could Travel is geared towards soft adventure seekers who are interested in off the beaten path experiences, cultural and culinary affairs. We are both outdoors lovers and foodies who have been travelling, working and living together since 2013. We enjoy a nomadic lifestyle and wish to experience as much as the world possible, before settling down somewhere close to the mountains. We want you to join us in our quest to travel more and pursuit an endless adventure.

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We want to make sure you have the best experiences during your travels, hence our mission is to ensure you get accurate, up-to-date and trustworthy information. We make mistakes so you don’t have to and offer you tailored advice to plan your trips accordingly. It’s not just our readers who trust us, but other high profile travel publications and destination experts who have relied on our expertise ever since the launch of our website. We love sharing our knowledge with the world and we are always honoured to help other writers, photographers and editors find the best angle for their story. It’s all on the Press Page.

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We created You Could Travel in April 2016 and we have been rapidly growing since. We have been featured in print as well as on various online news outlets for our storytelling and travel photography skills. We worked with several brands and tourism boards and received 100% fantastic feedback from all our previous clients. Over 60% of our traffic comes from organic searches and our main audience is composed of educated travellers between the age of 25-34. We both worked in the digital industry for over a decade prior to You Could Travel, and have design, development, SEO and social management experience.

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Travel Inspiration Series Part XII

We are on a mission to motivate you to travel more. This is why we created the Travel Inspiration Series on our blog, where we asked...

Luxembourg cuisine: top traditional dishes to try

Luxembourg cuisine has been influenced by its neighbouring countries, France, Belgium and Germany. Recently, it has also been...

A guide to Poiana Brasov, Romania

I can't help but associate Poiana Brasov with my childhood spent in Romania. Poiana Brasov is a part of Brasov, a popular ski resort...

How to best experience an onsen in Japan

Having the chance to experience an onsen in Japan can be life changing and incredibly addictive. I can't imagine anything better than...

Essentials for a trip to Madeira

I didn’t know what to expect from Madeira. I knew it’s not your ordinary beach holiday, with long stretches of golden beach and calm...

Why you need to visit Lake Como

The first time I visited Italy I decided to go on a trip to Rome. I loved learning about the Italian history and culture. Of course,...

What things to do in London on a Sunday

There is something rather special about spending a Sunday in London. Mainly because I really enjoyed the laid back vibe around the...

Things to do in Tokyo at night

Are you a little jetlagged and wondering what are the things to do in Tokyo at night? This guide will give you plenty of ideas on how...