Tripti is a personal travel blog where you can find stories and advices based on personal experiences. Although I’m working on every article meticulously by verifying and/or updating every information I have, the content of my blog is not a guarantee of unquestionable accuracy. That’s particular the case of timetables, addresses, contacts, prices and every kind of information likely to change in time.
Honestly, if you would ever take the underground just for a very nice cafeteria in London, that I was mentioning in one of my posts, realizing once there that it’s closed or have been moved… well, it will be a shame. You want to be prepared, ain’t you? So please, when you find something useful or inspiring on my blog, do a small research to make the best travel ecperience!
Moreover, Tripti is not just a one-way communication, but a community of travelers that help eachother. If you would ever find any obsolete information, please drop me a > message < or leave a comment below the post: I’ll update it as soon as possible and together we’ll lend a hand to next reader .
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