3 reasons to love train stations

If you follow this blog regularly you might know that I’m a huge fan of travelling by train. There’s just something adventurous about it. A sort of old fashioned travel romance that comes… Continue reading

10 Excellent ways to spend your time in Luxembourg City

Due to its humble size the country of Luxembourg is often overlooked as a European tourism destination, and so is its capital city by the same name. And that’s a shame, because Luxembourg has… Continue reading

10 National tourism profiles on Instagram that will make you wanna travel to Europe

Instragram is an amazing tool to make you dream away to new and exciting destinations – or to share your own trips and experiences with your followers. Most National tourism offices have discovered… Continue reading

Home Town Tips: 5 of my favourite cafés in Odense

As I recently moved back to Denmark, I feel it’s time to present some tips to my beloved hometown Odense. A Danish city that is absolutely buzzing with excitement these days, as it’s… Continue reading

15 reasons to visit the UK’s smallest city – St Davids

Throughout the past three years I have had the pleasure of spending about six months in Pembrokeshire, which is one of Wales’ – and Great Britain’s – most beautiful regions. A region mostly… Continue reading

Guest Post: Walking through the best street art in Madrid

Madrid is the kind of European capital that is full of monuments in the city center. It is also here that the majority of travelers spend their holidays, but have you ever stopped… Continue reading

Wonderful Walks in Madrid: The River Edition

The Spanish capital is wonderfully walkable and while living there I got to learn many amazing routes in the city. Walks taking me past spectacular architecture and monuments, through parks and atmospheric neighbourhoods.… Continue reading

Plan your trip with the Sygic Travel app

You arrive exhausted at your destination and desperately try to find a good wifi connection, in order to locate your nearby hotel. Or you’re enjoying a cup of coffee at a café, while… Continue reading

Switzerland: Dogsledding with huskies in Crans Montana

The dogs are jumping and barking of excitement as I approach them in my thick winter coat, and I’m greeted by both them and their owner, Pierre-Antoine Héritier. A skilled ‘husky musher’ who… Continue reading

A hockey night with SC Bern – Europe’s most popular bears

The Swiss capital might not be the first on people’s mind when it comes to a city break in Europe, but when it comes to the sport of ice hockey Bern tops one… Continue reading