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Five European Cities I’d love to Explore

At the moment, I’m currently planning my next trip which I’ll be heading off to Holland at the end of May. I’ve probably mentioned it before but the annual travel blogging conference, Traverse is taking place in Rotterdam this year. I decided to do a little bit of travelling before and after the conference. I’ll be visiting Amsterdam, Rotterdam before heading down to visit my friend in Zurich. As always, I get a little carried away with myself when it comes to travel plans and I’ve also been thinking about ticking off some other European cities before coming home. These…

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Berlin, Germany

Travel Diary: 72 hours in Berlin – Part Two

Welcome back to Part Two of my Berlin Travel Diary – You can read Part One here if you haven’t already. Day Two in the city started with a quick Starbucks as we headed back to the Brandenburg Gate for some more photos. We then caught the U-Bahn to Checkpoint Charlie. Although it’s not the original border house (you can view that in the museum), the original site has a replica. Checkpoint Charlie was the crossing point between East and West Berlin and just around the corner is an original piece of the Berlin Wall. It’s pretty surreal to see…

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Berlin, Germany

Travel Diary: 72 hours in Berlin – Part One

My latest adventure was to the German Capital of Berlin. It was my first time visiting Berlin and me and my Mum decided to spontaneously book a last minute trip. We had four nights in the city but that worked out as three whole days to explore. During that time, we thankfully escaped the Beast from the East battering the UK. Berlin, however, was even colder but with glorious sunshine and no snow. Some days the temperatures dropped to -13 degrees. It sure was chilly so we had to properly wrap up with 101 layers. I’ve also decided to split this…

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The top 5 ski resorts in Austria for Christmas

Skiing is a lot of fun, especially during the festive seasons such as Christmas. When you are planning to go for a skiing holiday, there are many ski resorts you can consider to do this. The fact that the modern skiing we know of today started from Austria means that you could consider this as the best place to go for this activity. You could consider skiing downhill at the famous Arlberg region, which is the home of the world-famous St Anton skiing resort. You see, skiing in Austria gives you the comfort of knowing that you are enjoying this fun-activity…

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Copenhagen, Denmark

Travel Diary: 72 Hours in Copenhagen

Last week, I spent a couple of days in Copenhagen with my Mum. You might have noticed me mention it a hundred times on social media and I’ve been obsessively posting lots on Instagram. Copenhagen is seriously an Instagrammers heaven. It was our first trip to Denmark and we spent around 3 days in total but we could’ve done with another day. There was so much to see and do! Grab a drink as this post is going to be rather long. I’ve decided to do a travel diary style post with lots of photos. I’ll be doing a separate delicious…

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Exploring the world by River Cruise

Mention the words ‘travelling’ and you’ll either think of backpacking or going on a road trip around the continent. Very times might you consider seeing the world by river cruise. Really you should, as they offer comfortable, convenient access to some of the world’s most beloved cities. Here are a few you could pop into on your river cruise (Photo Source: Rachel Bickley) Budapest: The Danube Book a cruise down the Danube and you may well find yourself calling in at beautiful Budapest. While in the capital of Hungry, you should take time to visit one of its major squares,…

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