Category Archive: Inside Cities

When life gives you lemons… take photos!

Madrid: Let’s face it, we’re all going through difficult and worrying times right now, and we need to look for anything that can brighten up our days and make us see things from… Continue reading

Autumn in Madrid needs no filter

Despite every one of us breathing through filters (face-masks) right now due to pandemic, a sunny autumn day in the Spanish capital needs no filter. Madrid’s green has turned golden and the colours… Continue reading

5 ways to enjoy Gijón on the coast of Asturias in Spain

We all know the French Riviera is associated with glitz and glamour, while the Spanish coastlines at Barcelona and Malaga attract millions of beach-loving tourists. But if you can live with lower temperatures… Continue reading

5 special places in Madrid I can’t wait to visit again

It’s been a tough couple of months since we last were able to move freely around here in Madrid. Two months since we could do what we wanted and when we wanted to.… Continue reading

Madrid: 3 amazing spots near the Legazpi metro station

The very core of Madrid naturally attracts most of the tourists, but there are really nice areas to be found just a short metro ride from downtown. One of these is the area… Continue reading

Wauw Bilbao! 12 things to do in this Basque beauty

Admitted, the Guggenheim Museum was the only thing I really knew about Bilbao before my partner and I decided to take the trip north from Madrid earlier this year. But I guess that’s… Continue reading

Latvia: 6 things to do in and around Jurmala

Latvia is much more than its capital city of Riga. This Baltic gem is a feast of rich nature and the stunning Kemeri National Park is an excellent example. But you will also… Continue reading

Sheep & The City – 1900 animals herded through the heart of Madrid

There is always something going on in Madrid. The list is endless and with a ton of weekly, monthly and annual events in the capital, it’s impossible to keep up with it all.… Continue reading

First impressions of Riga’s highlights

There’s nothing like exploring and discovering a “new” capital city. Especially one that goes under the radar of European mass-tourism. I had long wanted to visit Riga in Latvia, so while being on… Continue reading

Take tram 28 to visit the cemetery cats in Lisbon

The Portuguese capital of Lisbon is famous for its iconic old trams and none are more popular than tram number 28 that travels between the stations Martim Moniz (east) and Campo de Ourique… Continue reading