It is hard not to dream about visiting Norway. The 385,252 square kilometer Scandinavian country is full of beautiful sceneries, as well as cities that showcase their love for design, music, arts and culture.
It has all sorts of sights and activities for all kinds of travelers; food lovers, backpackers, history
We have chosen our favorite most romantic cities in Europe that you need to visit in 2017. They provide the perfect getaway with your special someone, or the most romantic spots to find that special someone.
Paris is well known for being the City of Love. The atmosphere in Paris is
When visiting Venice, Italy you can use it as a hub to visit many of the other beautiful destinations in the area. We recommend to stay several extra days in Venice to visit the islands around Venice and other nearby cities.
Each spot is close enough to visit just for the day
The Camino de Santiago (the Way of St. James) is a combination of ancient pilgrim walking routes which start across Europe, culminating at the tomb of St. James in Santiago de Compostela in northwest Spain.
At the end of our masters program we really wanted to go for a hike in Spain.
The small island of Menorca is one of the Spanish Balearic Islands located in the Mediterranean Sea. The island has a rich 2,000 year history, due to its strategic port location. Nowadays it has the perfect combination of history, culture, good food and relaxing beaches.
There are two main ways to get
No visit to the Bordeaux region would be complete without tasting some of the wines or visiting one of the thousands of vineyards. Due to our lack of a car, contacts at the vineyards or in depth knowledge of the area, we opted to take a tour.
We chose the full day tour
The beautiful Spanish town of San Sebastian, also known as Donostia in Basque, is located along the water in the mountainous Basque Country. Enjoy the picturesque boardwalk right along the city with endless beach and tapas bars. Once the sun goes down, head to the Old City to enjoy the town late
Segovia is a small and historic city, just an hour drive north of Madrid, Spain. You can explore its rich history through its remaining architecture including medieval walls, Romanesque churches, a former royal palace and most notably its Roman aqueduct. This cute city makes for a perfect day trip or
The city of Prague was home to nearly 100,000 Jews before the start of World War II. Unfortunately the atrocious acts of the Shoah and the time since then has diminished the Jewish population to only 5,000 today.
Luckily the city and Jewish community of Prague has well preserved many of
The cities of Buda and Pest unified in 1873, becoming the contemporary capital of Hungary, Budapest. As one of the most beautiful cities in Europe, has an endless supply of attractions to entice its visitors. The city has a large number World Heritage Sites, including thermal baths, the third largest Parliament building and