History to boot and incredible variety is the main drawcard of Europe. From bustling cities like Berlin, London and Paris to picturesque seasides in the French Riviera, this is a continent I want to get back to as much as possible.
Europe is truly my favourite continent. It’s charming. It’s historical. It has something for everyone. As an Aussie, the idea of hopping on a train for an hour or two and winding up in another country is entirely a novelty and I love it.
Each country has its own unique charm, local language, traditions and cuisines. It is a literal smorgasbord of travelling fun.
Visited: France, Spain, The UK, Monaco, Germany, Czech Republic, Denmark, Sweden, Belgium, The Netherlands.
The Palace of Versailles is a French icon and the absolute definition of opulence and wealth. Learn how to add a trip to Versailles to your Paris itinerary.
With the holiday season looming, I’ve assembled a collection of fabulous and unique places to celebrate Christmas abroad.
Taking a walking tour of Prague Old Town is the perfect way to really get a feel for the city in all of its historic beauty. It truly is one of the most beautiful old towns.
When exploring Amsterdam, you’re absolutely spoilt for choice on things to do in the city. Use the Amsterdam City Pass to make the most out of your visit in the city and save!
There’s nothing quite like strolling amongst the historic neighbourhoods of Europe’s most beautiful old towns and fairytale villages.
Montmartre is the beating bohemian heart of Paris. This area still feels like a quaint artsy village, rather than a big city and the local food scene here is wonderfully delicious.
A day trip to Cannes should be on the cards when visiting the French Riviera. This former fishing town now punches well above its weight for glitzy, luxe experiences by the sea.
There are so many great short breaks in the UK – so many in fact that you don’t actually have to leave the country to have a great holiday.
Grasse is the home of French perfume, but there are plenty more things to do in Grasse than just buying exquisite smelling scents. Grasse is located just a little way inland from the French Riviera.
Antibes is one of the French Riviera’s hidden gems. There are so many things to do in Antibes such as exploring the old town or visiting the Picasso Museum.
A day trip to Bath from London is an easy way to explore the UK countryside and see the UNESCO World Heritage Listed Roman Baths in the Somerset region of England.
There are so many royal palaces and castles in Europe to visit across many countries. Enjoy experiencing a day in the life of a royal by exploring these beautiful palaces.
Learn all about travelling to every corner of the earth to see all of the New Seven Wonders of the World as well as the Great Pyramid at Giza.
The UNESCO World Heritage Listed windmills of Kinderdijk are a must see in the Netherlands and are an easy day trip from the city of Rotterdam.
There are lots of things to do in the lovely coastal town of Villefranche-sur-Mer on the French Riviera. From beaches to ancient citadels, there’s much to explore.
A visit to Drottningholm Slott just outside of Stockholm is a great way to see all the grandeur of the home of the Swedish Royal Family.
A visit to the Vasa museum is a must for any visitor to Stockholm. The Vasa Museum perfectly blends history and human tragedy together with a punch.
The best museums in Stockholm are some of the most unique in the world. From 17th century warships to ABBA, there’s something for everyone.
Travelling to Rotterdam on a budget might seem daunting, but never fear – there’s plenty to do in this Dutch city for free!
There are so many things to do in Amsterdam at night. Guest post written by Ask The Dutch Guy.
Compiling a list of the best National Parks in Europe is giving me serious wanderlust. I can't wait until I can make the long trip over to the continent again. For now, though, I'll have to be content trawling through the amazing contributions from this exceptional...
A Day Trip To Èze VillageMy day trip to Èze Village begins on a rare cloudy French Riviera morning. Weather is no issue here, though. As soon as I walk up the hill and enter the weathered stone ramparts of Èze Village, I am spellbound. This small, walled medieval town...
How to get to Saint-Paul de Vence from Nice? Nice is the perfect base for a French Riviera holiday, but that doesn't mean that you shouldn't head out and explore the other towns on the Cote d'Azur. Once such town that is unmissable is the hilltop artistic haven that...
Menton Day Trip A Menton day trip should absolutely be on your French Riviera bucket list. In my opinion, beautiful Menton is the French Riviera’s best kept secret. The border town is the last stop on the Cote d’Azur before crossing into Italy, but is often forgotten...
Your ultimate France bucket list is here. When preparing for your French vacation, it can be overwhelming to figure out where to visit as there are so many beautiful destinations within this Western European country. Whether you're off to see the Dordogne or sunning...
There are so many things to do in Nice, France’s fifth most populous city located plum on the gorgeous French Riviera. Any trip to the famous Cote d’Azur undoubtedly features Nice, as with its glorious old town and huge promenade along the seaside it is the perfect...
The best towns to visit on the French Riviera are some of the most picturesque seaside villages of anywhere in the world. Centred around the fifth most populated city in all of France, Nice, the towns of the French Riviera are renowned for being luxurious holiday...
A day trip to Monaco is a fantastic idea for anyone who is paying a visit to the French Riviera for a holiday. Where else can you pay less than 2 Euros, hop on a bus and be in another country in an hour?
Spain is a country on most people's bucket lists and for good reason. I first visited Spain in 2013, when I wandered the laneways of Barcelona, drank Rioja region wine in Logrono and sampled some of the world's best food in San Sebastian. Ironically, I also got the...
I’m pretty sure my heart is still in the French Riviera. I’ve been back just over a month and I am still wistfully dreaming of the aqua-blue Mediterranean Sea and the quaint towns dotted along the coast. Visiting in the shoulder season of October was perfect as the...