Green-spirited travel tips for nature-loving souls

Another guest post today! This time written by Zara from highstylelife:

Going on a trip involves a lot of excitement and positive anticipation, but if you’re proud to call yourself a green soul or an environmentalist, don’t forget to take the necessary steps in regards to your travels as well. For a true planet warrior, introducing more green-spirited action into different aspects of life will only add to the feeling of joy and happiness. So, let’s see what you can do to minimize your carbon footprint and the negative impact that travelling may have on the environment. All without sacrificing your fun, of course. Continue reading “Green-spirited travel tips for nature-loving souls”

J’adore Bruxelles:European Quarters

Lately I’m being completely chaotic. The stress of upcoming exams makes sure I’ve got a bunch of to-do lists in my head, and plannings that I change every week. Besides that I realized that I have zero structure in my blog as well. I don’t think that is going to change soon, but I’ll give it a try 😉 Continue reading “J’adore Bruxelles:European Quarters”

36 hours in Prague

When I was younger, I’m guessing between 10 and 13, I went about 4 times to the Czech Republic with my parents. Mostly in winter, to go skiing. Skiing isn’t the same there as in France or Austria (less high mountains). It’s good for starters, and (definitely back then) super cheap. I remember the hospitality of Monica. She rented a couple of rooms in her house in this tiny little town up north.  Continue reading “36 hours in Prague”

Autumn in Paris

I arrived in Paris the 2nd of November, just before noon. After I ditched my backpack in one of the lockers in the North Station, I decided my first stop would be Montmartre. A quick look on the map gave me a sense of where to go. I love the feeling I first get whenever I’m in a new place. You feel strange, a bit lost, but you just know you are somewhere different, slowly blending into the atmosphere. Continue reading “Autumn in Paris”

5 Most Underrated Cities in Europe for Backpackers

Hey everyone! Today I have another great guest post for you! This time it’s from Life is a camino. Enjoy 😉

London. Paris. Rome. Everyone knows the big cities in Europe are amazing and full of incredible history, food, nightlife, and more food (I repeated myself because I’m a big proponent of traveling with my stomach). But there’s more to Europe than the big capital cities. I spent almost three years traveling all over the continent and found more than a few hidden gems. If you’re looking for inspiration on where to go for your next big trip, you should think about fitting one of these beautiful, underrated cities in Europe onto your itinerary. Bon Voyage! Continue reading “5 Most Underrated Cities in Europe for Backpackers”

Paris on a budget

Lately I’ve been all over Paris. I came back from my trip one week ago, and thought it was a good idea to first share my prior experiences with the city. (here and here) But now I’m considering you might get a bit tired of always the same… So sorry 😛 So here it goes Paris 3.0, followed by detailed posts of each day. Continue reading “Paris on a budget”