Travel Thoughts: What makes you proud of your country?

When travelling, whether for work or for holidays, there are certain things I’m curious about when it comes to the locals. Like which traditions they have, what their interests are, and how they… Continue reading

Unique Accommodation: An alpine hotel full of surprises

What: Hotel du Lac Where: Crans Montana, Valais, Switzerland Web: boutique-hotel-du-lac.ch I love when a hotel or another type of accommodation really surprises me – not with the bill for the mini-bar, but… Continue reading

7 unforgettable daytrips from Madrid

The Spanish capital is surprisingly overlooked by many tourists, who insist on sticking to the coast when visiting ever popular Spain. And that is a shame but yet a blessing at the same… Continue reading

My 13 best travel experiences in Europe

It’s a frosty winter morning here in Denmark, so I thought it would be a good day to stay warm inside and cherish some of the greatest travel memories I have stored on… Continue reading

Unique Accommodation: Classy and affordable hostel in South Wales

When accommodation owners and managers really care about their buildings and they run their businesses with passion, it shines through in the quality and details of the place. I could feel right away… Continue reading

Travelooney’s Random Travel Awards 2017 – Part 2

2017 was a busy travel year for me and I’m many European memories and experiences richer as I start off 2018. Therefore I’d like to “reward” some of the destinations and locations I’ve… Continue reading

Travelooney’s Random Travel Awards 2017 – Part 1

2017 was a busy travel year for me as I collected many new memories around Europe. Therefore I’d like to “reward” some of the destinations and locations I’ve had the priviledge to visit… Continue reading

Vienna Christmas: Around the city’s markets

Few cities in Europe feature as many Christmas markets in spectacular settings, as the Austrian capital Vienna. And last week I had the chance to explore a lot of them. I was in… Continue reading

Inside Cities: A day in Dublin

It had been 9 years since my first visit to the Irish capital, when my partner and I took the ferry from North Wales to arrive at Dublin Port one cold autum evening… Continue reading

Danish hygge: A fairytale-Christmas in Odense

They’re everywhere this time of year. The Christmas markets. And whether you’re a big fan of them or not, they light up our cities in this period, where days are “short” and dark.… Continue reading