Being a student for the past five years and wanting to discover the world has learned me a lot about traveling on a budget. Although I don’t have a large budget, I did manage to travel quite a lot. I do have to admit: traveling for cheap might take some research. So, in order to make it easier for you, I’ve tried to list my tips on how to travel on a small budget!Read More
Although I love to discover new places, there are some cities that stole my heart. Want to know which ones? I’ll tell you all about the five cities that I would love to visit again!
My first trip of 2019 was Porto. My boyfriend and I spent four lovely days in the beautiful Portuguese city. Despite the rain, we enjoyed everything the city has to offer. Eager to book a trip to the Portuguese city? Let me tell you what to do in Porto!Read More
Stockholm might be a rather upcoming and unknown destination to most of us. However, I found it one of the most welcoming cities in Europe. Swedish people are friendly, the public transport is extensive and you’ll easily find a lot of nice restaurants and cafés. There are, however, some thing to take into account. I’ll tell you what you should know before visiting Stockholm!
Would you like to admire New York in its full glory? Then you should visit on of its many viewpoints. From this points, you can see how big and beautiful the city is. I give you four views in New York City that you can’t miss!
Durbuy is a small place in the Belgian Ardennes and is often called “the smallest town in the world”. Although this isn’t entirely correct, the charming Belgian town is definitely worth a visit. With its medieval streets, beautiful nature and lovely restaurants, Durbuy has a little of something for everyone. In this blogpost, you’ll discover how to spend a day in Durbuy!
Riga might be one of Europe’s most underrated cities, but I absolutely loved visiting it. The flights are relatively cheap, making the Baltic capital the perfect place for a weekend getaway. Discover why you should visit Riga in 2019!