Europe


The best things to do & see in Kotor Montenegro

Kotor is a medieval town located on the Adriatic coastline of Montenegro. Kotor is not only a UNESCO World Heritage site, but was also featured in Lonely Planet’s Best in Travel 2016. But it doesn’t stop there. The town is surrounded by picturesque mountains in the idyllic Kotor Bay area, named one of the most beautiful bays in the world. It’s easy to see why...

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The Ultimate German Bucket List Germany

When people think of Germany; Oktoberfest, beer and sausages often come to mind, but Germany has so much more to offer. It is a country where you can find spectacular mountain ranges, rugged coastlines, large pine tree forests and widen open fields. The landscape in Germany is as varied as the local cuisine, history and culture. But fear not, travel bloggers from Germany and around...

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What to expect from a Northern Lights Photography Course Finland

My first week here in a small village called Utsjoki in Finnish Lapland was a memorable one to say the least. Not only did I begin my training as a tourist guide, but I also had the pleasure to take part in my very first Northern Lights Photography course…in Finnish. You love photography and would love to learn more about capturing the Northern Lights? Then...

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The Return to Lapland Finland

I’m in Finnish Lapland! Again?? This is my third time visiting one of the northernmost regions in Europe in just over a year and there is just no end in sight to my crazy love affair with this place. My passion for this winter wonderland however, is not the only reason I am here. My previous stay was aimed at learning more about the Sami...

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Road Trip: 10 Places you need to visit in Southern Iceland Iceland

Iceland is the type of place that you could spend weeks exploring without ever getting bored. Unfortunately most of us only have limited time to see this insta-famous island. So how do you fit everything worth seeing into just a few days in Iceland? You pick one part at a time and do a self-drive tour aka a road trip. The South Coast of the...

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Snowshoeing in Lapland’s Wintry Wilderness Finland

I always thought I’m more of a spring and summer person, but when winter means snow, ice and aurora watching season, then there is no other season that gets me quite so excited. One of the reasons I love winter is because of the way it transforms the landscape. A cover of snow and ice crystals just makes everything look magical. The other reason I...

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Iceland on a budget: 15 tips to help you explore Iceland for less Iceland

Iceland is known for two things: its dramatic volcanic landscape and for a being one of the most expensive countries in the world.  I have been wanting to visit Iceland since I spotted it from a plane window back in 2009. I was embarking on my first solo trip to New Zealand and was immediately smitten with the rugged terrain. When I started researching the...

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8 Things you didn’t know about Görlitz Germany

Görlitz is easily one of my favourite places in Germany. The city has so much historic character and beauty, that it’s hard not to fall for it. I recently spent some time in this wonderful city and loved uncovering its secrets and history, so I thought I would share some of my findings with you. Here are eight things that you probably didn’t know about...

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24 hours in Utrecht Netherlands

Utrecht is situated in the heart of the Netherlands and is one of the oldest cities in the country. Despite its charming, medieval center, ancient canals and vibrant feel, Utrecht often gets overlooked by tourists. Next time you consider a city break in the Netherlands, you should definitely include Utrecht in your itinerary, because the city has not only got plenty of fascinating stories to...

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Friendship, Freedom & Festivities: The Amsterdam Light Festival Netherlands

Every year Amsterdam is transformed into an illuminated masterpiece of light and art during the Amsterdam Light Festival from November until January. Since this year’s Light Festival was coming to an end, I couldn’t resist seeing what the event is all about and booked a night time canal cruise during my visit to Amsterdam last week. It was a miserable and rainy day, but I decided...

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