Top things to do in Lisbon, Portugal

Lisbon, Portugal’s capital, has become a major tourist city in the last couple of years. Its friendly people, narrow streets, delicious food and breathtaking views will make your heart sing. Make sure you pack your most comfy shoes, you will be doing a lot of walking, up and down hill. Tram 28, a wooden tram…

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What to do and where to eat in Amman, Jordan

The city was built in its seven hills where you can find a mixture of old and modern. It’s a busy city so don’t mind the constant horns from the cars or the calls to the prayers that echoes through the entire city, it might even wake you up during the night.

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A short stop at Banyoles Lake

Located at the northeastern part of Catalonia in the county of Pla de l’Estany, it’s considered Catalonia’s largest natural lake. If you are a nature lover then this is the perfect spot for you! It’s the absolute combination of peace and nature. The lake offers a number of water activities such as canoeing, kayaking, fishing or even swimming (only…

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A short guide to colourful Girona

Recently I went on a trip to northern Catalunya and Girona was the first stop. Many of you may have seen pictures of the colourful houses on the Onyar River. This pastel coloured houses are lined up along the river. You can enter the city by crossing several bridges, including the iron bridge, Pont de…

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Barcelona – Brunch at Picnic and Ciutadella Park

I’ve recently moved to Barcelona, Spain so you can expect quite a few posts on this beautiful city. For those of you who know me, this shouldn’t be a surprise. I haven’t been able to control myself and I’ve been eating at amazing delicious places all over town. One of my first brunches was at…

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A day at Mostar, Bosnia and Herzegovina

Mostar is a city in southern Bosnia and Herzegovina, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, with a big influence from the Ottomans. It happened to be that our stop in Mostar coincided with Ramadan. I had never been to a country where Ramadan occurred. Thankfully our host was more than happy to teach us about his culture. As…

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