4 Days in Munich, Germany

Despite being one of Germany's most visited cities, I only just made it out to Munich this past April! This is also considering the fact that I'd been to Germany on two separate occasions before (places I thought deserved a visit before Munich: Berlin, Heidleburg, Fussen & Neishcweinstein, and Dresden) but for some reason it …

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Cinque Terre, Italy- The 5 villages ranked

Ahhh, Italy! the land of pizza, pasta, flashy fashion, prestigious art, and breathtaking architecture. There's so much to see and experience it's no wonder why it's one of the most attractive places to travel in Europe (maybe the world?) with tourists flocking by the millions to experience the magic first hand every year. My first …

Caminito del Rey (previously referred to as the world’s scariest footpath)- Malaga, Spain

Caminito del Rey, or roughly translated as "King's Walk", is an elevated cliff-side pathway in the southern region of Andalucia, not too far from Malaga. The path was originally built as a means for construction workers to get around the hydroelectric power plants in the area, but has now been re-purposed into a 3k scenic …

Carnaval de Cadiz

Ahhh the infamous Carnaval de Cadiz...where to start? Well along with the carnival of Tenerife, it's probably one of the best known carnivals in Spain (maybe the world?) and is a city wide event that usually spans about two weeks from late February to early March. Much like Mardi Gras, its roots lie in religion, …

Back to London

Because there is no such thing as going to London 'too much' My trip to Scotland was followed by a quick stop in London before heading back to Spain. Whyyyyyy again you may ask?Because in case I hadn't said it enough times, I'm obsessed with London lol. But really, actually it was a trip that …