Hey hey hey! Today is going to be about Malaga, Spain. Been there in February and I am writing this blog post in April… hmmm I think my entire being is working with a delay these days, sorry about that. Anyway, it was my very 1st meeting with Spain and I have to admit that I fell madly in love with this country! People are so nice and welcoming, the weather is fabulous and the architecture is beautiful. Oh and I also have to add on the list their “Malaga Dulce” wine… which is now my favorite one!
Hello hello! I am back! Today is all about Bologna, Italy. To be honest, I got to visit this city only because flight tickets were super cheap. And by cheap, I mean 35 Euros round-trip tickets for both, husband and I, with Wizzair. So it all makes sense now when I am telling you that I just couldn’t help myself, right? Heheee.
Hey hey heyyy! “Back in town”. Literally… back in Budapest. For the second time! I am not that kind of traveler who always wants to explore new places and doesn’t return in a place already visited before. If a place it’s nice, I will definitely and gladly return! For example, Budapest… Actually it was more fun now that I already knew the city and didn’t waste any time on finding the places I wanted to see. But let me tell you more!
Strasbourg Strasbourg… Ohhh la la… what a city! Didn’t know what to expect from it but I was truly mesmerized. So glad we visited it and if you ever get the chance to be somewhere in Alsace, France… do not miss it! Our main trip was in Colmar, however, being so close to Strasbourg, we included it as well in our itinerary. Such a great choice!
Hello dear travelers! I just came back from a wonderful trip around Alsace region in France. More exactly, we’ve visited Colmar and Strasbourg! Can’t wait to tell you more…
Culturally between France and Germany, Alsace has only been part of the French territory since World War II. It obviously retains a strong German heritage, from the local dialect to the traditional meals and iconic architecture.
Colmar is the most charming little fairytale town I’ve ever seen. Why? Well, first of all, it looks like it’s taken straight out of “Beauty and the Beast”. For real!
Hello hello! I’m back! Today I want to tell you about Chalkida which is a beautiful city by the sea near Athens, Greece. It is also called the “city of mad waters” so tag along and I’ll explain you why!
After we visited Athens for 3 days back in September, we were heading to Chalkida to spend one more relaxing week at the beach.
First of all, I am pretty sure you’ve never heard of this city until now because it really isn’t such a touristic place. You won’t even find a single magnet to buy as a souvenir, I can guarantee that :)) Also, the menus at the restaurants are mostly written in Greek. But that’s ok, because this way you get to feel the true authenticity of Greece.
Hi guys! We just came back from a 10 days trip to Greece YAAAY. We’ve spent 3 days in Athens and 7 more days in Chalkida. However, this blog post is solely about Athens and I have to warn you… lots of pictures will be shown in here.
Ok, so… what about Athens? Oh well, for me, Athens is just perfect. I really mean it. It’s our 5th time visiting the city. A little bit awkward right? Why visiting this city so many times? Because we love everything about it! It’s a city we could visit again and again. In fact, we could even see ourselves living here. We like it that much!
Sicily! Ohhh Sicily! This was certainly one of our best trips. We stayed 6 days and we were a total of 6 friends looking forward to have lots of fun and explore as much as we could. Which we totally did!
Just to have a first impression, our tour included the following locations: Castellammare del Golfo, Mondello, Palermo, Cefalù and San Vito lo Capo.
Sicily is the largest island in the Mediterranean Sea located in Europe. It is an autonomous Region of Italy, along with surrounding minor islands, officially referred to as Regione Siciliana. The total area of the island is 25,711 km2 while the Autonomous Region of Sicily (which includes smaller surrounding islands) has an area of 27,708 km2.
Hello Budapest! I have to tell you this: with stunning architecture, refreshing thermal baths, and a culture that can be unique, Hungary’s capital lives up to its reputation.
Budapest is one of those cities that constantly ranks in various Top 10 lists, however it’s still hardly visited by many travelers. And that’s a bummer…
The Hungarian capital is really two cities – Buda and Pest – separated by the wide tract of the Danube, and only officially became one entity towards the end of the 19th century.
Dear London, you were almost perfect! Why “almost”? Because of your crappy weather, of course. However, we did have an amazing time and we are looking forward to see you again!
So yeah, I have to admit that London wasn’t on our bucket-list and that’s only because we love the sun… more than… the rain :))
Other than that, we really enjoyed our stay in London, which is enormous by the way and our 3 days spent there weren’t enough to see all the places that husband and I wanted to visit. I think you’ll probably need at least 1 week or so to see this amazing city at its best.