Passport Symphony – Travel Blog Review


Passport Symphony Travel Blog Review

Passport Symphony is a travel blog that provides adventurers with great advice and tips on traveling in the cheapest way possible. The blog is written by Daniel Kiteski who is a young blogger from Skopje in the republic of Macedonia and provides some great articles on a wide range of destinations and topics. Daniel had visited over 30 countries by the time he turned 24 and most of his adventures are solo.

One of the things we love about this site is that Daniel visits some awesome hidden gems and avoids some of the usual travel destinations which we seen in every other travel blog. He also tries to capture the people, culture, cuisine and history of the places he visits. We also love the map on the front page of the blog showing which countries he has visited.

Having not visited Macedonia we really enjoyed reading Skopje: The city where the lines between the East and the West are fading away which offers a fantastic inside and history of a beautiful city. 12 things I wish I knew before visiting Iceland also offers some great tips if you plan on visiting the land of fire and ice.

If you are looking for some great tips and advise on how to travel the world without it costing you a fortune then Passport Symphony is a fantastic blog to follow.

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Husband and Dad of 2 Richard is the founder of Top 10 Travel and loves everything travel related. Born in the UK and now living in Australia he has trekked Annapurna and parts of Western China and also spent time in Europe. As a family they have traveled to the USA several times, Canada, Europe and China. Next Stop is Iceland in September 2018.

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