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  • Famous Foods of Puglia, Italy: What to Try and Where to Eat

    Wandering through the sun-warmed streets of Puglia, it’s clear to see that Italy really does have the culinary reputation it has built for itself. Puglia is so famous for.  During my 5 days in Puglia, I found the food to be authentic, flavourful and fresh. Even the simplest things just tasted so much better here!…

  • Why You Need to visit Polignano a Mare & Bari in Italy

    Why you need to visit Polignano a Mare and Bari The first time I stumbled upon photos of Polignano a Mare, I knew I had to visit Puglia! Polignano a Mare much like the rest of Puglia is a dreamy beach and seaside town straight out of a movie. The town is all whitewashed buildings…

  • Pelisor Castle Romania – A Day Trip from Bucharest

    Recently, I was fortunate enough to visit Bucharest and the Transylvanian countryside and visit Pelișor Castle in Romania. This hidden gem is nestled in the picturesque town of Sinaia, a two hours commute from the capital of Bucharest. This Art Nouveau masterpiece, once a royal residence, is captivating with its intimate ambiance and exquisite decor,…

  • Women Traveling Alone: Practical Tips & Resources for Solo Travel

    Are you curious about globetrotting on a solo adventures? Or just looking for a short solo weekend getaway. Whether you’re looking for the excitement of new places or some time to yourself, I have found traveling alone as a woman to be an empowering experience. However, it can also seem a bit intimidating to start.…

  • Ultimate Guide to Visiting the Chouara Tannery in Fez

    Located in the center of the Fez Medina, the tannery in Fez is actually one of the oldest tanneries in the world, dating from the 11th century. Artisans at work use today’s methods, transmitted from generation to generation. Their knees are planted in natural dye pits, working hides to vibrant leathers under the Moroccan sun.…

  • Driving in Marrakech & Morocco: A Guide to Morocco Roads

    Driving in Marrakech & Morocco Hitting the Morocco roads offers an exhilarating way to embrace the country’s scenic landscapes and bustling city life. From the winding roads of the Atlas Mountains to the sandy stretches near the Sahara, driving here means having the freedom to explore at your own pace Morocco Road Trip: 1 Week…

  • Why You Need To Visit Fes City in Morocco

    Fez city in my opinion is probably the most underrated and fascinating place to visit in Morocco. It an imperial city, where ancient charm and bustling energy fuse into an unforgettable urban tapestry in a beauitful medina. If you’re looking somewhere which combines rich culture, authentic experiences and some excellent gastonomy, Fez is the place…

  • How To Travel from Murano to Burano In Italy

    Why Visit Murano and Burano Islands As much as I enjoyed Venice, I found it a little on the touristy sound. Hence whirling off to Murano and Burano felt like finding the hidden gems in this part of Italy! Murano and Burano offer a refreshing escape from Venice’s well-trodden paths. Murano, famed for its centuries-old…

  • 3 Days in Barcelona – Barcelona Itinerary

    When I think of Barcelona, I think vibrant city with a perfect mix of stunning architecture, delicious food, and buzzing neighbourhoods, making Barcelona ideal for a 3-day whirlwind tour. With so much to do in 72 hours it is easy to get overwhelmed by all the choices when you want to make the most of…

  • Wadi Rum National Park – The Ultimate 48 Hour Itinerary

    Wadi Rum National Park is probably one of the most memorable places I have visited! It was everything you expect the ideallyic desert landscape to be and so much more! Think vast deserts, towering cliffs, and a sky so full of stars you won’t believe it’s real. From adrenaline-pumping jeep tours and rock climbing to…

  • How Many Days to Spend in Cinque Terre

    This stunning stretch of the Italian Riviera, with its five picturesque villages, demands more than a quick glance. It’s a place where you’ll want to linger, from dipping your toes in the Ligurian Sea to meandering through vibrant streets and vineyards. But working with limited vacation days like I did, you want to make sure…

  • Gulfoss Falls – Everything You Need To Know

    Gulfoss falls is one of the most popular waterfalls to visit in Iceland, situated close to Rejkjavik. Visiting Gullfoss in Iceland is like stepping into a world where nature’s power and beauty reign supreme. This colossal waterfall, part of the iconic Golden Circle route, cascades down in a stunning display of raw natural force throwing…

  • Hiking Trolltunga in Norway: Ultimate Travel Guide

    Why is Trolltunga in Norway famous? Perched 700 meters above Lake Ringedalsvatnet, this striking rock formation juts out into the air, resembling a troll’s tongue, hence its name “Trolltunga.” What really put Trolltunga in Norway on the map, though, is the Instagram-worthy photo op it offers, where adventurers can capture themselves standing or sitting on…

  • York from London – Ultimate Travel Guide

    If you’re looking for a place that effortlessly blends quaint charm with a rich tapestry of history, then York is your next stop. This gem in the heart of North Yorkshire feels like stepping into a living, breathing postcard, full of charmíng cobblestone streets. This city is a treasure chest of hidden gems, from its…

  • 10 Day Winter Norway Itinerary: Northern Lights and Beyond

    Are you planning a winter vacation to Norway? If you want to see the Northern Lights then winter is the best time to travel to Norway! There are plenty of other amazing places to visit including Oslo, Bergen, Tromso, Roros, Alesund for a real taste of the Norwegian winter experience! Use this post to plan…

  • Why Is Prague City of A Hundred Spires?

    So you’re going to Prague and are intrigued by why is Prague City of Hundred Spires? Well, Prague’s nickname – ‘City of a hundred Spires’ is a nod to the city’s skyline, brimming with historical spires. Each spire tells its own story, rooted in centuries of history and culture. Wandering through the cobblestone streets, you…

  • Seljalandsfoss Iceland: Ultimate Guide To Visiting

    Why is Seljalandsfoss famous? Seljalandsfoss in Iceland is not just another waterfall, it’s an Instagrammer’s dream. What sets it apart? You can actually walk behind the cascading water, experiencing a mesmerizing perspective rarely found elsewhere. The waterfall drops a stunning 60 meters kaking it one of the tallest waterfalls in Iceland. Plus, its easy accessibility…

  • Why you need to visit Mount Eden in Auckland

    Mount Eden in Auckland is a charming extinct volcano in the city of Auckland that today serves a lush green oasis, providing insane views of the Auckland harbour and Auckland city Skyline! One a recent trip back home to Auckland, I decided venture back to Mt Eden and was still amazed by this place and…

  • Pust Sauna Tromso – A Must Try Scandinavian Spa

    If you are heading to Tromso and want to try a Scandinavian spa – Pust Sauna Spa in Tromso, located in heart of Tromso, floating on the lake – is an amazing choice! But what exactly is a Scandinavian spa, and how do these differ from regular spas?A Scandanavian Spa, also called Nordic Sauna’s in…

  • Wadi Rum Travel Guide: Is Visiting Wadi Rum Worth it?

    Is Wadi Rum worth it? So you are thinking of traveling to Jordan and have heard about Wadi Rum want to know is Wadi Rum Worth it? Short answer – 100% YES. Wadi Rum is a majestic desert landscape, a place that effortlessly captures the imagination and transports you to a world of breathtaking beauty…

  • Best Food in Osaka Japan: A Food Guide to Dotonbori, Osaka

    Why Visit Osaka? Osaka, a bustling metropolis, is not just about modern skyscrapers and historical landmarks; it’s a haven for foodies. The city’s heart beats in its food streets, where flavors and aromas intertwine, creating a symphony for the senses. Above all, Dotonbori is a must-visit for anyone seeking the best food in Osaka. Its…