They say all roads lead to Rome, I really hope it is true so I can come back to this amazing city. So much to see, you're amazed at each corner by the architecture and the history. Find the perfect 4 days itinerary to discover Rome and make the most of your stay!
There are plenty of places that claims to offer you the BEST view of London and I'm sure the view is amazing from the London eye, I just can't stand neither the queueing nor the price! During my five years in London I've found some hidden gems, little places, all free that offers incredible views of the big smoke!
Brighton is the perfect escape from London if you need a bit of fresh salty air. You can go for a day or a weekend, during summer or winter, it will always feels like a holiday!
Liverpool is a great city! Forget everything you've heard about it (except maybe the bit about the impossible-to-understand-accent!) and add it to your bucket list. You'll probably stumble upon two Liverpool's emblems: a liver bird (which you'll know about if you're a football fan) and the Lambanana (mystical creature apparently inspired by the commercial past... Continue Reading →
I had the chance to discover Porto for a girl's weekend last year. This city is full of history, great monuments and small streets. There's plenty to see for a weekend and if you're staying for a week you might want to do some day excursion from the city. Day 1: Old streets and crossing... Continue Reading →
>>> Day 1 We choose to head to Cap Ferret straight from the airport, to enjoy the sunshine on the beach! If you're driving (which I would recommend) it's an hour or so, the other option being the train. Here you can easily find a lovely hidden beach, away from the city center. You'll just... Continue Reading →
Summer is almost here and it is the best season for discovering London's best Markets! The weather is nice and the proper summer tourist crowds haven't arrived yet. Find below my favorites 7 (lucky number) markets in Central London. Broadway Market Saturdays between 9am-5pm. Tube: Bethnal Green then 20 minutes walk / Train: Cambridge Heath or London... Continue Reading →
Market Square and Helsinki Cathedral Helsinki Cathedral is one of the most iconic building of the city. Bright white and on top of (huge) stairs, it looks incredible under the sun. We didn't manage to get inside due to some refurbishment and a wedding take place but take some time off on the stairs for... Continue Reading →