Travel the world in 3 meals, 2 days, 1 city

My name is Ofeibea, and I am a foodie. It’s hardly a secret that yes, I love food. Yes, I have a food dance and yes, I am willing to follow where food leads. In this case, I’m celebrating my home city – the cultural melting pot that is London, and sharing just how easy […]

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48 Hours in Florence

Florence is one of my favorite cities in Italy. The architecture, the culture, the food and the people drew me in as soon as I stepped into the city. I only spent 48 hours in Florence and although short, I was still able to take in the beauty and wonders the city had to offer. Explore […]

Christen McCluney

Top 5 Places to Visit in Madrid

Madrid is a bustling, colorful and vibrant city! And if you go in the summertime it is also extremely hot! There are many reasons I enjoyed my visit to this city, the best paella I have ever had, the long summer days including eating outside in daylight at 9 pm, and the wide variety of sites to […]

Nadeen White

Outlook Festival 2014

Outlook. Rocks. I don’t know how I formed the opinion that Outlook was solely a week-long Drum & Bass festival in Pula, Croatia, which wasn’t a big selling point for me; but I was ready to “go hard,” and try something new. My cousin decided that turning the big Three-O had to be celebrated in style, so as a […]

Natalie A.M

5 Tips for Traveling to the Greek Islands

Traveling to Santorini last September was most definitely one of the highlights of my backpacking adventure in Europe. From eating the most delicious seafood to swimming in the Aegean Sea, a trip to the Greek islands can feel blissful. However, I quickly realized that there is a lack of general information online regarding everything from […]

Danait Kidane

The ABC’s of a Lovely Life in London

London is often left off the list when it comes to considering a long-term life abroad but, alas, leave London out no more! Affordability and Accessibility at ASDA – One of the most basic needs of all people is to feel sustained. Another basic need is more time. And yet another need in this day and age […]

Tammi LeShore

Vienna is for Wine Lovers

Vienna (called Wien {pronounced vine} in German) has the most vineyards within a city limit than any other capital city in the world. Though I am a wine enthusiast, I had never thought about traveling to a destination solely based on its notable characteristics, but once I learned about Vienna’s wine culture it was the deciding […]

Anne, the Voluptuary

Seeing Madrid As a Local

While Madrid is full of plenty of tourist attractions, there are endless opportunities to have an authentic experience during your stay. Having lived there for six months, I found myself slowly emerging from the touristy areas to indulge in the many other activities and places the city had to offer. Here are five of my favorite places in the city worth visiting when you’re […]

Sienna Brown

Sight For Sore Eyes: Flower Carpet of Brussels

I love to travel more than anything. But I have to admit that Brussels wasn’t necessarily on my “Top 5 Places to Visit” list…until now. That is because Brussels’ Flower Carpet just bumped it up several notches.   This wonderful display is a wonderful display of horticulture artistry. To put it simply, Brussels’ Flower carpet is […]

Pier Smith

10 Must Do’s in Florence

When my friend planned a week long group trip to the Amalfi Coast, I immediately knew I wanted to take on a couple of extra days to visit another city solo.  After a bit of internal back and forth, Firenze was the winner! Aaahhh, yes, this small romantic town, home of the Renaissance, would be all […]

Erin Douglas

5 Must Sees in Berlin

Oh Berlin, Berlin.  I am now embarrassed to say this city was not initially on my list of places to visit. It actually ended up on my itinerary more out of convenience than anything else. I had read the articles and reviews calling it young, hip and vibrant and yet I wasn’t completely sold, or […]

Cynthia Andrew

Your Local Guide to Copenhagen

I lived in Copenhagen for many years (I am now based in London), but I never really thought about a great list of things to do in Copenhagen. Recently I visited CPH (as locals like to call it) for a weekend and dragged some London friends and family along for the ride. So what do you […]

Joke Karibo

24 Hours in Nice

When people think of the South of France, usually images of celebrities, yachts and glamour come to mind (hey, Bey and Jay), but there’s more to this glitzy region of the world that can be discovered in just 24 hours. I’d just finished up an exhausting few days prior to arriving in Nice. I was […]

Tausha Cowan

German Wine Festival

When you think of Germany, what comes to mind? Perhaps most travelers would say Oktoberfest with its neverending flow of beer, food and camaraderie, or perhaps you think of Berlin and the Berlin Wall; maybe you think of Opera and Classical music as Germany was the home of Brahms, Bach and Beethoven among others. Well […]

Fedorah Philippeaux

3 Days in Rome

Rome, Italy is known for the grand and opulent architecture of Saint Peter’s Basilica, the rich history of the Colosseum and Pantheon, the chic shopping in Via Condotti and perhaps, the best food and wine of your life. Here are the sights, shops and sips that make an amazing 72-hour Vacanze Romane. Day 1 Wake […]

Jessica Belle