With its impressive architecture and baroque style, Austria is a popular destination amongst travellers. And no wonder, this German-speaking country packs a lot to see, especially within its capital, Vienna.
Belgium, not necessarily the first country one visits in Western Europe, but one that has so much to offer. After all, the best beer, chocolate and fries are from Belgium!
Join me as I discover the ins-and-outs of Belgium 🙂
My first country in Eastern Europe and a beautiful destination was Czech Republic. A country flooded with visitors and yet so affordable. Also the first time I experienced a bad case of writer’s block.
Adored by many, romanticized by most, France is one of the most visited countries in all of Europe, if not the world.
Visit this coveted country with me and find out what makes Paris one of the world’s favorites for travellers across the globe.
Germany is one of my favorite destinations, and one country I somehow always end up visiting in each of my trips to Europe. Germany is a country with so much history, beautiful sights and castles. It is also home to the biggest (and greatest) beer festival in the world: Oktoberfest.
Hungary, a country many backpacker’s have on their list, mainly because of its capital, Budapest. Old town history and amazing architecture make Hungary a must-see country for travellers.
The small country of Luxembourg is perfect for a short getaway in Europe. Beautiful structures and amazing cities make Luxembourg one of my favorite cities in the world!
The Netherlands is one of the most visited countries in western Europe, mainly because of Amsterdam’s popularity amongst travellers. But the Netherlands is more than just Amsterdam; with amazing architecture, rich history and beautiful sights, the Netherlands is an unmissable country in every Eurotrip.
A country rich in history and not short on amazing natural sights, such is Poland. Join me as I continue to make my way through Eastern Europe and discover Poland.
Romania is a country surrounded by stories, from Bram Stoker’s Dracula to the haunted forest of Hoia Baciu. Romanians are also amongst the most welcoming people in Europe, and it is easy to overstay in every city you step foot in.
Slovakia, this often-skipped country is home to one of the smallest and yet cosiest capitals in the world, Bratislava.