I just returned from two days in Amsterdam and I already feel the urge to book a train ticket to this lovely city again! I love the crooked houses, the canals and bridges, the many trendy restaurants and the people! Last year I stayed for 3 days and explored the city by bike. That way I could reach more areas of Amsterdam that were less touristic. I got a taste of the real Amsterdam and I am hooked ever since! Luckily it only takes 75 minutes by train from Antwerp. So it was easy to return for two days in Amsterdam again to find beautiful photo spots and eat delicious food!
So you booked your trip to Copenhagen and now you are wondering where to go and what to see? Look no further, because I have created the perfect itinerary for three days in Copenhagen, just for you! Copenhagen is Denmark’s capital and home to the Danish royal family. So it is no surprise that the city contains a lot of palaces and castles to see and visit. Copenhagen has a lot more to offer than just its famous Little Mermaid. You can wander around charming colorful streets, admire the views along the canals, eat great food, walk in beautiful parks and do a lot of shopping.
I spent one week road tripping Southwest Iceland and it was one of the best travel experiences I ever had. Everywhere I drove the landscape was simply magnificent. I don’t think there is a country with more scenic roads than Iceland. One moment you’re driving through a lava field on your way to a waterfall, the other you’re driving along snow capped volcanoes and glaciers. With only 300 000 inhabitants, you’re never stuck in traffic. It’s a true pleasure to drive the Icelandic roads, even the bumpy dirt roads leading to gorgeous hidden gems on this fantastic island! This is my detailed one week Southwest Iceland road trip adventure!
Flores, along with tiny Corvo, is the most remote island of the Azores. It is the most western point of Europe and also one of Europe’s most beautiful places. Because of its remoteness this small paradise island is still untouched and authentic. Nature rules here with unpredictable weather, the most awesome waterfalls, crater lakes in various colors, the greenest cliffs and gorgeous flowers. Everywhere you look and drive are gorgeous sceneries.
So you decided to spend two days in Petra and it’s time to start planning your trip? Petra is a massive city so prepare to do some serious hiking and see a lot of impressive architecture! Looking at a map, it can seem quite overwhelming. Where to start and how to make sure you won’t miss anything? Well, continue to read, because I have the perfect two day itinerary for you!
The best way to experience Wadi Rum is by camping with the Bedouins and do a guided jeep tour. Mostly the Bedouins offer a jeep tour first followed
Petra, “the lost city” in Jordan, was on my bucket list for a long time! Not only is it one of the New 7 Wonders of the World, the caves, temples and tombs that are carved in the white and red sandstone speak wildly to the imagination. Petra still keeps a lot of secrets. Only 15 percent of the city is uncovered, which is the part you can visit today. This means that 85 percent is still hidden underground. Petra must have been massive since the area that is open to the public, is already quite extensive! That’s why a good preparation to visit the city is really necessary. There are so many trails and architectural gems to see, that it can be overwhelming to decide what to do. That’s why I share my personal experience and advise with you in this “How to visit Petra” travel guide!
Petra is spectacular in so many ways. “The red-rose city”, completely overwhelmed me with its greatness and fascinating carved structures. I’m a big fan of epic views, so luckily I did some research first to find out where to find the best places to go. Otherwise I wouldn’t have seen the great places I visited! Below I listed some of the best views in Petra and how to reach them, because they are not always easy to find!