São Paulo is one of the biggest cities in the world. With so many neighborhoods and so many options, you easily don't know where to go. Here's a quick guide to the most vibrant areas in São Paulo.
Icecream is part of Italy’s culture and is therefore an important factor of your trip to Italy. While I used to be the girl that always chose chocolate icecream, I found my new all-time favorite! And I believe no other icecream can ever beat it!
The sophisticated city Milan is the second largest city of Italy and a true magnet for tourists. And not without a reason! The city is most known for its fashion week, its magnificent church and (like any Italian city) its cuisine. All I can say is: go, see, explore and let Milan enchant and inspire you!
Why go for the obvious choice when looking for a sun holiday in Europe? Leave Spain and Greece behind and go somewhere you can't read the menu; where happy hour is any hour; and where a three-course meal will not even cost 10€. Enjoy Bulgaria's coast and... hаздраве (cheers)!
Berlin, a city that in my opinion never had a sexy sound to it. Maybe because it's so near home, maybe because of its dark history... If only I'd known how special Berlin is! Let me win you over by reading the best Berlin experiences not to miss out on!
It's hard not to fall for a city like Rio de Janeiro. Famous for its Copacabana and Ipanema beaches, dazzling views of Sugarloaf Mountain, world wonder Christ the Redeemer, Carnival and dancing the samba: this city will sweep you off your feet in no time!
Cuba, a country high on many travel wish lists. Because of the improving foreign relations, Cuba is changing at a fast speed. Globetrotters who want to experience Cuba shouldn't wait any longer since the country will most likely lose its authentic identity. Which makes you wonder: what's still true these days and what isn't?
On our way home from Cuba, we had a layover in Toronto of 9 hours. Since our luggage was already on its way to Amsterdam, we had no inconveniences from carrying heavy luggage and we were all set to make our way into town easily! (and dying to get breakfast since we rather skipped this in Cuba..)
Cuba, the country that time forgot. In one week my boyfriend and I will discover this one-of-a-kind country situated in the Caribbean Sea. As both of us were born in the nineties, stepping back in time during our visit to Cuba will be a completely “new” experience: with classic 1950s American cars rolling through the colorful streets of Havana and locals smoking Cuban cigars while dancing the salsa until the night falls.