Schloss Schönbrunn Vienna view

Schönbrunn Palace – the imperial palace in Vienna

Even on a grey day in Vienna, the beautiful Schönbrunn Palace and the impressive garden is well worth a visit. Here you will find tons of things to see if you are interested in history, but it is also the place to go if you just enjoy a nice view and wonderful, green surroundings. Schönbrunn […] Read more…

De 3 bedste udsigter i Budapest

3 places to enjoy the view in Budapest

Beautiful views must be something that most people appreciate. And in Budapest, you will have every possibility to find these. Here, I have made a list of my top 3 places to enjoy the view of the city. Chain Bridge The Danube River runs through the entire city, and that means that Budapest is a […] Read more…

Hiking Samaria Gorge

5 tips for your hike in Samaria Gorge

It is no secret that the highlight of my visit to Crete was the amazing hike through the Samaria Gorge. It is no secret either that I am not a very experienced hiker, and that I learned something from this trip. That is why I would like to share 5 tips with those of you, who do […] Read more…

Samaria-kløften Kreta

Hiking the Samaria Gorge on Crete

As we planned our holiday on Crete, I had my fingers crossed for good weather. Not just because it would be nice to have a couple of hours of sunshine on the beach, but also because I had a dream about hiking the 16 kilometer beautiful Samaria Gorge. The weather on Crete in October can […] Read more…

Udsigt fra Edinburgh Zoo

A day in Edinburgh Zoo

I have been lucky enough to see many different animals on my travels around the world – both wild animals, and those living in zoos and parks. One species that I still needed to tick off my list was the panda. When i found out that Edinburgh Zoo is the home of two pandas, I […] Read more…

Arthur's Seat i Edinburgh

Arthur’s Seat – Mountain Climbing in the City

On top of Edinburgh… Okay, admitted – mountain climbing might be an exaggeration, since Arthur’s Seat only rises 250 meter up from the ground. But with a sometimes burning feeling in my thighs and a pulse on the other side of 100, the hike up Arthur’s Seat felt somehow like mounting climbing. Furthermore, “hill climbing” […] Read more…

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