Category

Europe

Category

Tips Where to Stay Things to Do Food to Try Amsterdam gives you a taste of everything. You can be transported back through time with a visit to the Anne Frank House, partake in the “coffee shop” culture, eat as much cheese as you could possibly stomach, and so much more. The city is full of unexpected charm and you can’t go wrong with exploring the narrow streets and many canals. Pack your bags, grab some euros, and check out this guide to Amsterdam: Before You Go While card is accepted in a fair amount of restaurants in Amsterdam, most bars only take cash. So if you plan on tasting any of that delicious Dutch beer, have some euros ready. Be prepared to pay to use the bathroom if you aren’t dining or having a drink at an establishment. Keep coins handy for this. It rains a ton. Pack adequate clothing and…

Must Visit Cities in Spain

If Spain isn’t on your bucket list it needs to be added. Right now. Go ahead, I’ll wait. Spain is an incredibly diverse country with each city boasting it’s own unique charm. If you have the time, just go nuts and visit as many Spanish cities as possible…

Iceland Travel Guide

When To Go Areas to Stay In Things to Do Food to Try Tips Posts Iceland is one of my favorite travel destinations. It amazes me how versatile this country is. You can be driving alongside luscious green grass and babbling clear…

One Day Guide to Barcelona

Barcelona is one of the most unique cities in Spain, if not all of Europe. Boasting an eclectic mix of Spanish and Catalan culture, this city is a must stop on your travels. Only have a short amount of time to visit? Well, one day in this gorgeous…

One Day Guide to Munich

Ideally, you have copious amounts of time to spend in each city that you visit. Trust me, I am definitely one of those people who looks at my vacation days and tries to see how I can squeeze just one more day out. The reality is that there…

10 Things I Learned in Iceland

1) The language is impossible to pronounce. I’m not exaggerating. Don’t even try and save yourself the embarrassment. You can do what we did and make up nicknames for everything. We’re not popular with the locals 2) Icelanders have a lot of faith in your driving. A lot.…