Is there anything better than Europe in autumn? From leaf peeping to city sightseeing, packing for a European fall vacation can be a challenge. This packing guide will help you pack smart and stylish for your trip. Whether you’re visiting London, Paris, Barcelona, or Lisbon, you’ll be feeling and looking cool.
From historic landmarks to culinary delights, this 3-day itinerary is tailor-made for solo travelers seeking to uncover the city’s hidden treasures. Immerse yourself in the enchanting blend of old-world charm and vibrant modernity as you explore Ljubljana’s iconic sights, indulge in local flavors, and experience the warm hospitality of Slovenia’s capital. Whether you’re wandering through the charming Old Town, savoring traditional cuisine, or soaking in the views from Ljubljana Castle, this adventure promises an unforgettable introduction to this captivating European gem.
Is there anything better than Europe in summer? From beach days to city sightseeing, packing for a European summer vacation can be a challenge. This packing guide will help you pack smart and stylish for your trip. Whether you’re visiting London, Paris, Barcelona, or Lisbon, you’ll be feeling and looking cool.
Ljubljana is a city that offers an array of culinary delights that will leave your taste buds wanting more. From traditional Slovenian dishes to international cuisine, there is something for everyone. Whether you are looking for a fine-dining experience or a quick bite to eat, I’ve got a great Ljubljana restaurant for you.
The charming capital city of Slovenia is filled with history, culture, and stunning architecture. Whether you’re a first-time visitor or a frequent traveler, there’s something for everyone in this delightful city. From strolling along the Ljubljanica River to exploring the old town, Ljubljana offers a range of experiences that will make your trip unforgettable. I’ll highlight the best things to do in Ljubljana, including top attractions, hidden gems, and local favorites.
Dubrovnik is a food lover’s paradise, offering a range of delicious cuisine from traditional Dalmatian dishes to international fare. The city is home to some of the best restaurants in Croatia, with many situated in the picturesque Old Town and along the scenic waterfront. From seafood restaurants to fine dining establishments, there is no shortage of options to satisfy your appetite in Dubrovnik. Whether you’re looking for a romantic dinner for two or a family-friendly restaurant with a view, Dubrovnik has something to offer for everyone.
If you got a call to attend an international yoga retreat, but you only had 8 days to plan and book. Would you go? I did just that this summer and I’m so glad I did. Portuguese tarts and yoga really brought me back to life.
We all know about the Amalfi Coast, Barcelona, and Paris but Europe is a big continent filled with some underrated gems that are particularly stunning in the fall. I asked fellow bloggers about their favourite off-the-radar European destinations.
Italy is one of the most popular summer vacation destinations in Europe, and for good reason. Even though it can get scorching hot there’s something about gelatos and Vespas and pizza that make it a magical travel destination. Use this capsule wardrobe to capture “la Bella figura” without overpacking.
Santorini, Greece is one of those magical, bucket-list destinations that dreams are made of. It’s also hot and crowded in the summer which is why I recommend visiting in the fall. With that in mind, I’ve put together a capsule wardrobe so that you’ll know just what to pack for Santorini in the fall that gives you lots of options with some of that classic Greek style.
When I told people that I was planning to visit Dubrovnik, Croatia as a stopover on my way to South Korea last year the most common reaction I got was “Why?” I’ll be honest, it wasn’t the beaches or the history of the old town or the city’s connection to Game of Thrones that first intrigued me. It was an episode of House Hunters: International. I saw an episode filmed there and thought that it looked like a beautiful city but maybe a bit hard or expensive to get to. So when I had the chance to stopover pretty much anywhere in Europe, my first thought was “Dubrovnik!” Now that I’ve been I think it should be foremost on your mind when thinking about a European vacation as well. To help with your own planning I’ve highlighted my 20 top things to do in Dubrovnik.
If you’re the type of person who loves finding the coolest and most unusual rentals when you travel, have I got a place for you! There’s an apartment for rent in Dubrovnik, Croatia that has a cave coming right out of the walls.
Paris in Spring can be a magical time, but it can also be a confusing time to pack for. Parisians are also famously fashionable. With that in mind, I’ve put together a capsule wardrobe for Paris in the spring that gives you lots of layering options with some of that classic French style.
Athens is a city that is both modern, lively, and gritty and also an open air museum with a regal sense of epic history. It’s an excellent juxtaposition of ancient meets modern. Like with any large tourist destination, choosing where to stay in Athens can be daunting. Which neighbourhood and which hotel in that neighbourhood?
It’s an Instagram darling and has been gaining in popularity continually in recent years. Once a photo of those cliffside whitewashed churches topped with blue domes crosses your timeline, you’re hooked, and Santorini shoots straight to the top of your travel bucket list.
If you want to travel but it intimidates you, maybe some of these stories will make you think, “well, hell if she can do it, so can I!” And if so, then my job here is done. For this story I’m going to take you back to Barcelona in 2014 when I was still a relatively new solo traveller. Fakin’ it ’til I makin’ it…
Ah, Santorini. Honeymooners paradise. Cruisers playground. Jewel in the crown of the Cyclades. Land of fiery sunsets, white-washed cubic buildings, and blue domed churches. It seems like a paradise, no? Well, I just got back from my first visit to Greece and there were a few things that surprised me that I want to share with you.
When I heard that Nomadic Matt was organizing a travel conference I was curious. When I saw the line-up of speakers Matt had put together, I knew I had to go. But I didn’t want that to be my “big fall trip” so where would I head after? Oddly enough, Greece made sense.
This isn’t your first rodeo…or should I say cup of tea? You’ve been to London once before and ticked off a lot of boxes: Tower Bridge, Globe Theatre, Harry Potter tour, Big Ben…yep, you’ve seen all the major sites. So now what do you do? What are all the cool things to do in London?