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Travel Like a Local

Travel Onion curates the world’s best city-specific bloggers on our site for so you can travel like a local. Below are a few selected blogs that have the inside scoop on their city! Click through to read a whole article or blog or sort these results by destination. 

Featured Blog: Amsterdam Advisor
City: Amsterdam - View More Amsterdam Blogs   
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Posted January 31st
In an attempt to gather the best paintings by Vincent van Gogh (1853-1890) we have selected seven of the most famous masterpieces of the painter. Most can be seen at the Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam Continue Reading
Featured Blog: Barcelona Photoblog
City: Barcelona - View More Barcelona Blogs   
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Posted April 17th
A lot of Indians are now traveling to Europe for their holidays, and Spain is one of the top destinations on their list for its beautiful beaches, wonderful architecture and lovely people. No holiday to Spain is complete without visiting Barcelona and Mad… Continue Reading
Featured Blog: Vegas With Love
City: Las Vegas - View More Las Vegas Blogs   
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Featured Blog: Jane's London
City: London - View More London Blogs   
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Posted June 19th
David Mach creates wonderful impressive pieces; a coathanger gorilla, a Greek temple made from old tyres, faces from drinking straws or matches, a brick train and some quirky amusing sculptures – just see the montage below and say "oh! him!".Pr… Continue Reading
Featured Blog: Franklin Avenue
City: Los Angeles - View More Los Angeles Blogs   
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Posted April 17th
And just like that, with no fan fare, Indie 103.1 is officially, finally, over.Of course, the station left the airwaves at the beginning of 2009, so it hasn't really been a part of the conversation in Los Angeles for a long, long time. Yet it lived on as … Continue Reading
Featured Blog: Secrets of Paris
City: Paris - View More Paris Blogs   
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Posted May 18th
After days of bone-chilling rain, the sun had finally returned. Parisians emerged into the soggy city, shedding umbrellas and overcoats. Bare knees flashed beneath the hems of skirts, and children in shorts whooshed by on kick-scooters. Even our neighbor… Continue Reading