So, you’re finally planning your trip to Ireland?You must be bouncing with excitement!Ireland is a beautiful country with a ton of history, so I’m sure you’ll have a fantastic time!To help you plan your trip, I have put together a list of 10 amazing things to see in Ireland.Seriously, you won’t want to miss any of these.1.
Planning a trip to Croatia? You’re definitely going to want to make arrangements to visit Istria.
As Germany’s 2nd largest city, Hamburg is the ultimate music and lifestyle destination. It has one of the most vibrant music scenes in all of Europe and features a youthful and bold lifestyle.
When you think of the Netherlands, what comes to mind? I’m gonna go out on a limb here and guess it’s Amsterdam, tulips – and maybe marijuana.
You may have heard that Switzerland is expensive? And although it is certainly not the cheapest country in Europe, I feel people have given this alpine wonderland a bad rap.
Prague is one of those fabulous cities in Europe where every visitor truly has a unique experience. With so much to do and so many things to see, Prague gives everyone who passes through their own memories.
London, home of shiny, red buses, cross eyed pigeons, and the Queen of England, has many charms. From the iconic Big Ben Tower to the patchwork rows of markets that line Camden, there’s no end of things to do, food to taste, and people to meet in the capital.With that in mind, here’s a list of our 10 reasons why everyone should have London at the top of their travel lists.
Quick NavigationWhere is Istria?Must Try Food in IstriaIstrian Wine ToursIstrian Gourmet FestivalsMost people have never heard of Istria, and it wasn’t really on my radar either until a few years ago.
Europe is a treasure trove of amazing sights, sounds, tastes and views. And don’t get me wrong I am a sucker for the Eiffel Tower and the Coliseum, but there is something about enjoying one of those magical views alone: no crowds, no selfie sticks. Here are my top 10 hidden gems that you just have to see to believe! A post shared by Cecilia Scandroglio (@ceci.