All posts tagged: travelguide

A Dream Vacation In Dubrovnik

I spent 5 days in Dubrovnik this summer and I’m already dreaming of the day I get to go back. Everything about my Croatian experience was beautiful. From the food, culture, views, hospitality and hotel, it was nothing short of a dream and it’s my pleasure to share it with you. Accommodation My boyfriend and I stayed at the outstanding Royal Blue Luxury Hotel. This hotel is planted on the edge of the Adriatic Sea and a 15 minute bus ride from Old Town. It is apart of Importanne Hotels & Resort, who own 4 other exquisite hotels along side of The Royal Blue. When you stay at one hotel, you have access to all of the other hotel’s amenities including pools, restaurants, gyms and spas. This is the nicest hotel I have ever stayed at. There is no other word to describe it but magical! The sunsets and 360 degree views from the rooftop were breathtaking. Where To Eat In Old Town Azhur (Be sure to book a reservation) Dalmatinos (The mussels in a …

How To Conquer Venice In 2 Days

Ciao! It’s official, Venice stole my heart! There is a reason this place is so famous.  Venice is unlike any city I’ve seen, as travel is done on foot or boat only.  There is so much rich history to experience and explore. Every small alley you walk down is so charming and romantic, making it that much harder to put down the camera. Below I’m sharing all the details of my Venetian holiday and tips to help you plan your stay. Where To Stay Location, location, location! I stayed at Hotel Concordia, which is a one minute walk to Saint Mark’s Basilica. We were able to get a decent deal here and breakfast was included. If you plan on going in the summer I highly suggest booking a hotel at least 5 months in advance to get the best deal possible. Summer is peak tourist season in Venice and the better hotels tend to sell out quickly. What To See/ Do  St. Mark’s Basilica Take a gondola ride (prices range from 80 to 120 euros depending …

The Best Of Copenhagen

I’m back! Today I’m sharing with you my 3 day Copenhagen adventure. I recently went on vacation to Europe and thought I would make a travel guide for each city I visited. Denmark is said to be one of the top ranked happiest countries in world and I now understand why. The lifestyle, people, food and culture are truly amazing. They value a cultural construct called Hygge, you can read all about it here. This concept really shows in their laid back lifestyle and their value of togetherness with friends and family. I loved all the architecture and life the city has. In this post I’m sharing all the attractions and restaurants I went while there. I hope this helps you plan your visit to Copenhagen. Where To Eat Breakfast- Atelier September (get the avocado toast) Brunch- Baryl (The blogger’s plate is the best brunch I have ever had) Lunch- Kebabistan (Visit the Norrebrogade location, it’s the best) Lunch/ Light Dinner- Smagsloget Dinner- Barburrito (Order the shrimp tacos, you’ll thank me later) Sweet Treat- Munchies What To See …