How to spend 3 days in Switzerland on a student budget

Switzerland is the ultimate winter destination with its breath-taking snowy mountain ranges, magnificent lakes, pretty cities combining the old and the modern, and luxurious chocolatiers around every corner. It is truly what everyone’s winter wonderland dreams are made of! Keep reading to discover how my friends and I managed to get a taste of all…

San Gimignano and an Italian Wine Tour

If someone had to ask me what comes to mind when I think of Tuscany my answer would be along the lines of…fine art, exquisite architecture, picturesque countryside and their incredibly wonderful culture of cuisine and wine. So, after getting overwhelmed by Florentine art works and architecture (Have you read my post on Florence yet?…

A Weekend around the Italian Riviera

The weekend always brings along with it good vibes, whether it’s a Netflix-and-chill kind of weekend or a let’s-get-wasted-and-regret-it-the-next-morning kind of weekend. But once in a while, we all need a change of scene, don’t we? So, one particular weekend in September, my friends and I treated ourselves by spending the weekend travelling around the…

Around Florence in One Day

Our much-anticipated trip to Italy started off with a day trip to Florence; the cradle of the Renaissance. I have been dreaming of visiting this magnificent city since forever and I finally ticked it off my bucket list! Below I’ll go through all the activities you can fit into just one day in this stunning…

What to expect from the Spanish Capital

Being a person who loves anything that has to do with Spain, be it culture, food, language, music and well its people, I jumped at the first chance I got to visit the Spanish capital, Madrid. This was not my first time in Spain as recently I had had the chance to visit the remarkable…

The Artistic side of Barcelona

Many associate Barcelona with all things summer; beaches, water parks, partying, sangria, you name it! However, just because Barcelona surely knows how to do summer, it does not mean that that is all there is to this vibrant and dazzling Northern Catalan city. In fact, what I believe separates Barcelona from any other Spanish city…

To what extent is social media effective to a travel blogger?

With all the excitement that travelling and blogging bring along with them, many completely forget to dedicate some of their precious time reflecting on how effective the various social media they’re using, to reach their target audience, actually are. However, what these people may not realise is that basically without their Facebook page, their Instagram…

How to fit all of Rome’s major attractions in 48 hours

Many argue that to be able to visit a major European city properly, you would need to spend at least a week there and that sounds like something that would hurt your bank account big time, especially if you’re still a student. However, despite what many believe, sometimes just 48 hours would be enough for…

10 Vital Tips to keep in mind before booking your accommodation

Some people believe that these days, thanks to the Internet’s efficiency, all it takes to book an accommodation, is just you logging into booking.com, Airbnb.com or any other online accommodation booking website, writing your location and voilà …a list comes up with all the possible options. I dare to disagree as talking from experience, booking…

5 peaceful places in Denmark away from Copenhagen’s hustle and bustle

It is a truth universally acknowledged that having relatives living abroad is an advantage. Apart from the obvious fact that you’ll (probably) get free accommodation when visiting them, there’s also the advantage that you’ll have your own personal tour guide(s) to accompany you on your adventures. In addition, apart from visiting the major tourist attractions,…

Around the charming streets of Verona

Italy is one of those countries which, no matter how many times you visit it, you will always feel like there is much more left to discover. I don’t know about you but this is exactly how I feel; it is as if each Italian city is charming in a different way and this explains…