Hello you all! Finally this girl has booked her next trip. I am so excited to be heading to Barcelona (and back to Spain in general, see above photos from last time) for 5 days in April, I’ve been wanting to visit forever. I spy summer dresses, lots of Tapas and beach days in the future. However, that being said I know almost nothing about Barcelona, and need your advice.
- Best sites to see?
- Food I must try?
- Best beaches?
- What’s the nightlife like?
- Best shopping areas?
- Any information is needed and welcome!
Please share all with me. I’ll write down all the recommendations and plan it into my time there!
My AirBnB is booked as well, I am staying quite centrally with my travel buddy so we can walk everywhere. All in all, the trip ended up costing exactly 150 Euros for 5 days (bus+plane transport+AirBnb). That being said, I have an upcoming post about how I can afford to travel and how to travel on a budget, so stay tuned.
Comment below, and thank you so much to all that do. I can’t wait to share photos and tips from my time there, I am so excited!
Want to take a gap year, but aren’t sure how you want to spend it? I’ve come up with a list of travel ideas you can partake in, and that will hopefully inspire you (along with the pictures above of a semi-absent minded young adult frolicking around Europe) to go. Whether you have big savings or none, are young or old, this list can help out everyone! Enjoy
Since officially taking my blog in the direction of travel, I have become so inspired by the blooming and supportive travel blog community. Today I wanted to share with you all the eight travel blogs that inspire me most. From cult status to lesser known, fashion angles to culinary highlights, these blogs will inspire you to get up, get out, and go see the world. So without further ado, 8 travel blogs you need to follow, now.
Hello all! I’ve been in quite a good mood all day despite battling a cold, and am super excited to share this post with you guys. I became inspired after having received this question from all upcoming visitors (because everybody wants to look good in Paris) and after realizing the other day that I can tell who is tourist and who is local from a mile away just by their clothing (something I mentioned a lot in my Becoming A Parisian guide as well). So, without further ado, click through to read about what not to pack for Paris! And I hope you are inspired by the pictures I have gathered above
I’m going to begin this post by saying that I’ve always been a major Disneyland skeptic. Sure it’s fun, but in the past I would under no means have classified it as the happiest place on Earth. I always went along because of the company that joined, and at the end of the day was always more than ready to leave. However, my experience at Disneyland Paris last fall completely changed this mindset. Click through to find out exactly why I too have fallen in love with Disney, and why I think that the pricey ticket is completely worth it.
Wow, a post about food? So surprising Julia, I had no idea that you are completely and utterly in love with eating! Yes guys, my post about all of the amazing food I had the chance to try in Amsterdam is finally here, budget edition. Budget because I was on one, but do not let that word scare you off! This food was incredible and inexpensive, and something that you should not miss out on if you are ever in Amsterdam. I know as a fact that I will revisit these places in a heartbeat should I ever find myself back in that city. So, without further ado, here is where to eat in Amsterdam on a budget.