Travel

Everyone who knows me, even a little, knows of my visceral and incredible love for travel. I travel whenever I can, wherever I can: there is no destination too small or obscure for me, and I firmly believe that beauty can be found everywhere. I was fortunate enough to grow up with two parents who traveled a lot and (almost) always brought me with them: I took my first plane long before I turned 1 year old and I have visited incredible places all around the world before turning 18. As an adult, I continue my quest on a daily basis: I travel as much as I can with my husband, but I also travel with friends or alone, depending on the mood and on the destination. I have been to 45 countries around the world so far, and can’t wait to see the rest of them. Follow me, I love to get wonderfully lost!

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If you are anything like me, visiting a town before Christmas is something you truly love. There are hot mulled wine, market stalls and a festive atmosphere I just can’t resist: so if you are wondering where to go to get plenty of Christmas cheer, here are 5 awesome cities for Christmas shopping in Europe. Tallinn: gourmet Christmas shopping in Estonia The minute I set foot in Tallinn, I instantly knew I was in love. The…

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I love boats and boating. I like the freedom of sailing, the speed of motor boating, the comfort of taking a cruise. If I’m on holiday and there is a boat involved, I know I am going to have a great time. So imagine my excitement when I found out about Boataffair, a Swiss company that makes boating much easier and stress-free all around the world. In their own words, “Boataffair is a boutique boat…

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It’s no secret that Ios is my favorite island in Greece, the one place where I truly feel at home. I’ve been there 5 times and, each time, it gets harder and harder to leave: everything about this little gem makes me want to stay – the views, the food, the people. Many think that Ios is all about partying and staying up all night (which you can do, if that’s what you are looking…

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Day 2 If you are looking for day 1 of the “Rome in 2 days” itinerary, please click here. Colosseum Start your second day bright and early by heading to the most ancient part of Rome, called Roma Antica, home to the city’s most famous landmark: the Colosseum. If you want to visit it, do so, although I find it more interesting and impressive from the outside! The Colosseum is more than 2000 years old…

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Rome is huge and beautiful, filled with art and history, and planning a trip there can be quite overwhelming, especially if you don’t have a lot of time to spend there. Ideally, you would need at least a week to see all the city has to offer (and then again, a week might not be enough), but we can’t always pick how many vacation days we get – so why not make the best out…

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