One of the things I love about Europe is the beautiful twilights in autumn. The sun sets earlier than usual and the cities are cloaked in a nice hue, the buildings and shops all lighted in warm yellow. Twilights in Warsaw, Poland during the fall is no exception. It feels great to walk around [...]
Walking around Södermalm, Gamla Stan, Kungsholmen and Djurgården districts inspired by Stieg Larsson’s Stockholm. We stayed for a month in Sweden during our 3 month backpacking trip in Europe this summer.
Welcome to the October edition of Carnival of Europe. Enjoy this smorgasbord of articles about Europe from fellow travel bloggers from all over the world. For this edition, we’re on a whirlwind tour of Europe as we discover places and spaces and read stories from the south of France to the breathtaking fjords of Norway. [...]
I believe that I see the world differently than most people. And I mean that literally because I am colorblind. I have red-green colorblindness. I only knew about it when I was 17, when I took the medical exam to enter university. It’s not bad. I didn’t even know I had it until then. But [...]
The Oceanographic Park in Valencia is the biggest and largest of its kind in Europe. This was definitely the highlight of my visit in Valencia. If you’re going to visit (and you must!), you’ll have to allot one day for it as there are many things to see and do here. The Oceanographic Park was [...]
While marveling at the breathtaking architecture of Calatrava-designed Ciudad de las Artes y las Ciencias in Valencia, I went inside one of the structures to visit the Science Museum Principe Felipe. Why would you go see it? Here are top 4 reasons why you should visit the Science Museum Principe Felipe in Valencia. The [...]
My friend Arnoud took me on a road trip and we ended up in Rotterdam. It is the second largest city in Netherlands. The Rotterdam port is the largest in Europe and it used to be the busiest port in the world until Shanghai superseded it in 2004. We took a ride up the Euromast to have [...]
These are typical Dutch houses in Volendam, Netherlands I took when we road tripped a sizeable portion of Northern Netherlands with my Dutch friend, Arnoud. They are so cute and quaint and I can actually imagine myself living in one of them and throwing a dinner party by the front lawn on summer days like [...]