Last week I visited Tallinn, Estonia’s capital. A city that is not well known, and I didn’t know what it had to offer either. Turns out, Tallinn is an undiscovered gem! It has a medieval center with charming cobblestone alleys, as well as some very hip neighborhoods full of street art and industrial architecture. . Advertenties
Last June my parents took me, my husband and sister on a trip to the Algarve in Portugal for their 30-year anniversary. Lucky us! I had not been to the Algarve before, but we will definitely be back, because this region has it all: beaches, authentic towns, great food and – of course – lots of sunshine.
It’s been years since I visited Stockholm, but the past few months several friends of mine asked for tips for this city. So I thought I might as well put them in a blogpost. Since most of them are sights, I think they should still be up to date.
Last year I visited Warsaw with a friend, and we decided to include a few days in Krakow. Even though we both preferred less-touristy Warsaw, Krakow is a charming town and has plenty to offer to enjoy yourself a few days. Let me share how we spent our 2,5 days in and around this city!
This is one of those cities that totally exceeded my expectations. We only visited Oslo because we found cheap flights to New York from there, but looking back I might prefer Oslo over New York! Oslo has lots of nature. This walking route, along Akerselva river, is the perfect way to experience that. You will even see waterfalls! … More Oslo: walking route along the Akerselva river
Last summer we went on a camping trip. We first stayed in France for a week, but we love Spain so much we couldn’t resist driving a bit further south. We ended up in the ‘Matarraña’ region, part of Teruel. An unknown region, but we were so pleasantly surprised we already have plans to return! … More Spain’s Matarraña region: an undiscovered gem!
As you may have guessed from my photographs, I absolutely LOVE colorful places and especially houses. They never fail to lift my mood! My home country, The Netherlands, is not exactly the best place for this, mainly featuring brick-colored houses. But these next ten places I visited are perfect for color lovers like me: