The most European city in all of North America and the only fortified city north of Mexico, Quebec City is a place that offers a wonderful experience regardless of the type of holiday you have in mind. A beautiful pedestrian-friendly old town, a beautiful national park (Montmorency Falls park) with the highest waterfall in the…
If I had to choose my favorite city in India, I will right away say Jodhpur. This city has it all; from amazing food to welcoming people, to one amazing fort, markets and a city worth spending days exploring. There are just so many things to do in Jodhpur.
India is, without a doubt, a destination that amazes and at the same time scares many. Many of those of us who choose to face our travel fears will choose discovering New Delhi as our choice to start our India adventure.
Talk to any Montrealer and they’ll tell you, our city is far from perfect….but then again, which city is? With its potholes turning into sinkholes, its government corruption and its never-ending constructions sites, Montreal often makes it very hard to even like her. On the other hand, with its many summer festivals and events, it…
Montreal, a city I have lived in for over 20 years, a city I have enjoyed living in for its easiness to live in and its liveliness. Montreal is a city formed by people from all over the world, which is exactly what makes it such an amazing place to live and visit. But like…
After what was supposed to be a 3 hour train ride which turned into 5 thanks to the Romanian train system, I finally arrived in the city of Brasov. A city where much of what there is to do lies on the outside of the city.
I never want to leave. That is exactly what I told myself the moment I stepped foot in Sighisoara.
Cluj-Napoca, or simply Cluj, is a city located in the northwest of Romania. Cluj-Napoca is home to many universities and vibrant nightlife. The city also has some of the most well-preserved architecture on this side of Transilvania, as well as an infamous haunted forest. Getting there wasn’t easy…..
Bratislava, the capital of Slovakia, was made infamous by movies like Eurotrip and Hostel. Truth be told, the city of Bratislava is not on many travellers’ radars. The capital of Slovakia is small and all its points of interest can be covered in 24 hours. So why did I decide to go?
It’s no secret that I love hiking, and that I have an ever-growing dislike for big cities, which is kind of ridiculous for someone currently travelling through Europe. So when I heard about Zakopane and the possibility of doing a hike to Morskie Oko lake, I thought to myself, “hells yeah!”.