The Netherlands is a country where both tradition and innovation meet. Be it its tulip fields, legendary windmills, world-famous universities, art museums or its state-of-the-art architecture, modern visions and nightlife, Netherlands has it all. Let’s take a look at some of the best places to visit in Netherlands!Discover the best places to visit in Netherlands →
After our visit to the famous Acropolis, the third day in the Greek Capital was for exploring even more outdoor places to visit in Athens by foot.
We ate some bougatsa for breakfast near our apartment, then went to the subway. We got out at Monastiraki Square, a very lively and crowded area in the city of Athens. Therefore it took a bit of time to get our bearings and get on our way. You can see here how confused we looked that morning:Continue reading
Last Spring, Mathieu and I went on a family trip to Athens, with my parents. Our flight to the Greek Capital landed late in the afternoon, so after going to the city of Athens from the airport, we only had time for dinner in the first evening.
However, this came as an advantage the next day. After a good night’s sleep, we woke up all bright eyed and bushy tailed, ready to discover the first place everyone must visit in the city of Athens: the Parthenon on the Acropolis.Continue reading
Bulgaria has become quite famous in Europe for its seaside, where you can stay at a 4 or 5-star all-inclusive hotel for an affordable price. However, if you travel to Bulgaria’s seaside you shouldn’t spend all the time at your resort. There is much to see on the Bulgarian coast, from old settlements to natural wonders. Keep reading to discover the most beautiful places to visit on Bulgaria‘s seaside!Continue reading
As we were getting closer to the end of our Roman holiday, we had more time to spare for unplanned things. And we ended up wondering what is there to do in Rome after all the places we had already been to.
So on Monday morning we were back on the subway, heading to Ottaviano once again. When we visited the Vatican, we walked by Museo Leonardo Da Vinci Experience, and I promised Mathieu we’d go back to visit it before we go back home.Discover more things to do in Rome
Day four of our Rome Holiday was for discovering the Eternal City by visiting Rome’s piazzas. Therefore, we started our morning away from the center of the Italian Capital. We took the subway to Piazza del Popolo, where
Although we started the third day of our Rome holiday early in the morning, it was in no way as intense as our second day. However, it was every bit as wonderful. After all, we were about to explore some more of Rome’s historic center!
The plan was to start with the Pantheon. But, surprise-surprise, we arrived before it opened. So we had some time to slowly wake up and truly become all bright-eyed and bushy-tailed.Read more about Rome’s historic center