Few cities have left such an impression on us that Ljubljana has or had a charm that left us declaring love at first sight.
Finally, our last day in Europe after 6 weeks in search of snow, visiting Christmas markets, enjoying a Rhine River cruise and hoping for a white Christmas.
On our first visit to Budapest it was clearly love at first sight, returning for NYE confirmed why Budapest remained one of our all time favourite cities.
When you spend a short time in a location where you stay is important, so is comfort and you want it to be a memorable moment.
Basel is the entry point to Switzerland for many travellers and a popular stop for a Rhine River cruise, but curious what to see and where to stay?
Amsterdam is known for its windmills, canals, Red Light District and crooked buildings, but we want to let you know about a great place to stay.
Shorter days, lack of light and cold, wet weather can make winter difficult for tourists in a new city, but the Amsterdam Light Festival lit up our winter.
We arrived in Brussels with some trepidation following the Paris terrorist attacks and found deserted streets and soldiers with machine guns
We head to the Christmas markets where Europe is transformed by the longer nights, shorter days and it’s not just the aroma of gluhwein that warms the soul.
Excited to return to Europe, we were even more excited that we had support from AccorHotels and returning to Paris where we had booked a room with a view.
Yesterday we were shocked to learn the beautiful city we’ll revisit in 7 days experienced devastating terror attacks. But we will stand by Paris. Will you?