Monthly Archives: November 2014

Champagne

A fine dining experience at Marchal in Copenhagen

During recent years Copenhagen has gained reputation as one of the leading food capitals of the world. There’s plenty of restaurants to choose from in the city (15 Michelins to be exact), and one of my absolute favorites is Marchal, which is…

Hotel Harmonie

Vienna’s cosy city hotel: Harmonie Vienna

Close to the center of Vienna lies a family-owned boutique hotel, which distinguish itself for its certificates of eco-frendliness, sustainability and organic products. The Best Western Premiere Harmonie Vienna is a excellent example of a modern city hotel’s ability to be both…

Top 10 cities to visit in 2015

According to travel news, 2015 will be an exciting year in terms of traveling and exploring different continents of the world! Personally, I can’t wait to begin my year of traveling, which will (most likely) take me to one of the…

Interview with Kelly Lewis from GO! Girl Guides

The third edition of TGIF is live! This Friday it’s all about women traveling the globe as we interview the fierce Kelly Lewis from Go! Girl Guides! Why is it important with a women’s travel guide? And what is the…

5 ways to avoid jetlag

Jetlag, also known as time zone change syndrome occurs when traveling rapidly from east to west, and anyone who have ever experienced it know how horrible it feels. Symptoms include fatigue, dehydration and difficulty concentrating, but don’t despair. Here’s what you can do to…

Insider tips for Vienna

The second edition of TGIF is live! This time we’ll share our insider tips for the beautiful Austrian Capital of Vienna – where to eat, have cocktail and shop! Sit back and get inspired for your next weekend trip. The first time I went…

My European top 5: France

Although many countries and cultures have captured my heart through time, there’s a handful, which I keep returning to. Read on for some European travel inspiration. Third one on the list is France! Why France? To travel from the North…