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Know before you Go: Copenhagen

Copenhagen, the vibrant capital of Denmark, is a city where history meets modernity. Where centuries-old castles coexist with cutting-edge architecture, and where the cosy concept of “hygge” permeates every corner. I loved my journey to this enchanting city, and I want you to enjoy yours too. So in this guide, I have written down everything […]

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Tram Adventures in Lisbon

When looking at photos of Lisbon, it won’t take long to see a picture of their iconic trams. Having commuted by train for years to Central London, it’s pretty safe to say getting excited about public transport is a rarity for me. So when I say riding one of Lisbon’s iconic trams was non-negotiable, it […]

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Copenhagen Denmark Travel Guide

Gefion Fountain: Tales of Mythology in Copenhagen

If you want a city break where you can walk and explore with a coffee in your hand, Copenhagen is perfect. There is so much for you to explore that if you went by public transport you would miss. During my short stay in the city I did a self-guided tour with Around, which took […]

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Copenhagen Denmark Travel Guide

Torvehallerne: A Food Lovers Haven in Copenhagen

I’m terrible at finding restaurants when solo travelling, that’s just a fact. I love good food, but I have a habit of planning what I’ll be doing, and unmissable activities, that I forget to plan time to eat. So I often end up going to whatever is nearby and convenient at the time. I knew […]

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Barbican Conservatory: Green escapes in Central London

London is full of hidden gyms.and secret locations. Despite spending years working around the corner. Even when I found out about it, I couldn’t get tickets. I did eventually get tickets for the Barbican Conservatory when they hosted an art show using lights in the gardens. Unfortunately for this to take full effect, it meant […]

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Belém Tower: Navigating Lisbon’s UNESCO World Heritage Site

It was my last day in Lisbon, so naturally I was trying to squeeze as much in as I could. We had just left the Santa Justa Lift and grabbed a Pasteis De Nata whilst we waited for an Uber to take us to our next destination, Belém Tower. Six cancellations later and one finally […]

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Iceland Reykjavik Travel Guide Travel Tips

Best of Reykjavik Day Two: Your 48-Hour Guide

Welcome back to the enchanting city of Reykjavik! After a busy first day exploring the vibrant streets and iconic landmarks, our second day promises to be just as magical. If you havent read about Day One yet, you can do that here! But with a day where I spend a morning soaring over Iceland, a […]

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Dublin Republic of Ireland Travel Guide

Temple Bar Unveiled: An Insider’s Guide to Dublin’s Iconic Neighborhood

Every city has an area renowned for its bars and nightlife, and Dublin is no exception. In a city known for pubs overflowing with guinness and talented musicians the Temple Bar District stands above the crowd. With the area attracting tourists from all over the world, it was only natural for me to visit myself. […]

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Iceland’s Tourist Tax: What You Need to Know

In its continuing efforts to sustain its pristine landscapes and unique heritage, Iceland has recently made the move to implement a tourist tax. This has come as a response to the increasing influx of visitors attempting to visit the country. The sheer number of visitors is putting pressure on the natural wonders, so the tax […]

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Your complete September Travel Guide

September is a month that offers so much for travellers. With the summer crowds dissipating in the Northern Hemisphere, it’s an ideal time to explore  without the crowds and inflated prices. Whether you’re seeking autumn colours, warm beaches, or unique cultural experiences, there’s a perfect September destination for you. Japan If you’re enchanted by vibrant […]

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