The ultimate travel guide to Madeira

Madeira sure put a spell on me as soon as I arrived. It made me climb mountains and cliffs I never would’ve dared imagine climbing. I conquered my fear of heights, drove the wickedest roads and I met so many nice people! So I can truly say my stay at Madeira was simply wonderful for many different reasons! So of course I needed to share this Madeira travel guide with you!

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5 reasons why you must visit the Algarve (you don’t need more)

The Algarve in Portugal is the perfect destination if you want to escape the start of autumn with days getting colder, shorter and darker. With its 300 days of sunshine a year it is one of sunniest places of Europe. But the Algarve has way more to offer besides the consistent weather. Its captivating coastline consisting of golden beaches surrounded by the most sensational cliffs and huge rough rocks rising from the bluest ocean is a feast for the eyes.

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The ultimate travel guide to Sevilla

Sevilla is a captivating city. As soon as you turn into one street, you can’t help but wanting to explore the next one. Simply because you just know there’s a new treasure to be discovered behind every corner. The architecture in this town is so enchanting. I felt as if the city was my drug to keep going. Even though I was exhausted from the unbearable heat, I couldn’t stop exploring and often found myself alone wandering the streets or visiting a monument around 2.30 pm. I just couldn’t stop.

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The essential travel guide to Dubrovnik

Dubrovnik truly is a medieval treasure by the sea. The sight of the ancient city walls protecting architectural pearls and hundreds of red roofed houses is something you will never forget. Dubrovnik is a magical place offering something for everyone. Whether it’s good food, a boat adventure, a day out on the beach, a romantic walk or cultural activities, it’s all there!

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Casa de Pilatos: a tour of the most magnificent house in Sevilla

Casa de Pilatos is one of those places you fall in love with instantly. Its architecture is the perfect blend of Italian Renaissance, Mudejar (Spanish-Islamic) and Gothic styles. As soon as you enter the palace’s main courtyard, you’re captivated by its overwhelming gloriousness and it’s hard to leave!

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Tips for Krka NP: what you should know before your visit

Krka NP is the second most famous national park of Croatia, after Plitvice Lakes. Both parks are home to incredible lakes and waterfalls. The big difference is that you can actually swim at Krka! Which is such a wonderful experience! Here is some advice I’d like to share with you before you start packing your bags!

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