Punting in Cambridge - River Cam
A few days after visiting Oxford, it was time for Cambridge to also give us some insight into its university history. Founded in 1209 and consisting of 31 constituent colleges, Cambridge University is consistently ranked among the Top 5 Universities in the World. Apart from visiting the colleges, there are plenty...
3 Countries in 1 Day Viator Tour
City trips are perfect for relaxing and recharging your batteries if you have a full time job like I have. Flying away for the weekend to a new city, exploring its vast history, or just enjoying some cocktails while watching the sunset, is a great way to unwind and escape your hectic...
Christmas house
Valkenburg is a small town in the south of the Netherlands known for its Christmas market caves. I had visited the town when I was young, but I can only remember the mulled wine and hot chocolate smells while walking through the caves. When my mum suggested visiting Valkenburg before heading...
Road Trip Pemberton, Canada
This month, I’m looking back at my travels of the past 12 months. I wrote about my 3 favourite citytrips this year in my previous post and now it’s time to reveal my 3 favourite road trips from this year. I love exploring a country by car; you can stop wherever you want and discover areas you otherwise...
Winterville entrance
If you are looking for a Christmas market in London, you're better off visiting Winter Wonderland in Hyde Park or the Christmas market on the South Bank. If you rather visit an alternative, hipster market, you've come to the right place. Winterville in Victoria Park oozes East London vibe. Its...
Close up of Colosseum in Rome, ITaly
My recent trip through Italy was jam-packed with city sightseeing, driving through gorgeous Italian countryside and discovering culinary Italy by trying out all the delicious Italian dishes. Nearly every day we were on the move, making the visit incredibly interesting and varied, but oh so tiring. Up until Rome, we had...
One New change hidden gems in London
When I think of London, the first thing that comes to mind are the old historic buildings dotted throughout the city, such as: the Tower of London, Tower Bridge, Big Ben and St Paul’s. Or the ever-busy Piccadilly Circus and Leicester Square, where numerous red carpets events occur, because...
View of the old town and Princes Gardens
12 Hours might seem like a short time to explore Edinburgh, but this guide will show you how to make the most of your time in the city in spring and summer time. One Day In Edinburgh 09:00 – Breakfast at the Edinburgh Food Market Start the day with a delicious coffee...
Dark Hedges, Northern Ireland
Very popular with wedding photographers and Game of Thrones fans, the Dark Hedges is one of the most photographed places in Northern Ireland. Since we opted for the Giant’s Causeway tour instead of a Game of Thrones tour on our second day in Northern Ireland, we missed out on a...
Hotel Barcelona Princess Rooftop Pool
Barcelona is quite a sizeable city, with plenty of hotels to choose from. The city measures 102.15 km2 and has over 2500 hotels, making it a little tricky to find a good hotel. On my 5 day trip to Barcelona we stayed at Hotel Barcelona Princess, a 4 star hotel near the Forum, Congress...