Category Archive: Inside Cities

How to make the most of just 6 hours in Oslo

Is 6 hours enough to take in Oslo? …no, not at all. Not even close. But when we got the chance to visit the Norwegian capital on a mini cruise from Denmark, it only left… Continue reading

13 things to do when you visit Cádiz in South Spain

While many people head straight to Málaga when the journey is set for Andalusia in South Spain, try further west where the city of Cádiz is an excellent base for a combined beach-… Continue reading

A world famous photo collection is “hidden” in a castle in Luxembourg

It sure wasn’t the place I would expect to come across such an important collection of photographs – behind thick castle walls in Clervaux, which is a small town in the North of… Continue reading

Vienna: A mouthwatering strudel show at Schönbrunn

Ohh.. the scent of a freshly baked Viennese strudel. Nothing bears it! The perfect blend of apple and cinnamon wrapped in a thin dough. Who doesn’t like this delicious combo? I sure do, so when… Continue reading

England: 5 cool shops to dive into in Bath

Bath is a natural beauty – and definitely one of Britain’s most picturesque cities. There are plenty of sights to take in while just walking around its streets and parks. But if rain… 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

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

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

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