Europe Travel

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    Europe Travel

    Is the Copenhagen Card Worth It? (Copenagen Card Review)

    City cards are often one of the best ways to save a bit of money when you’re traveling, and I’m a huge fan of them. Sometimes, though, it’s hard to tell if you’ll actually be saving money. If you’re planning visiting Copenhagen, then you’ve probably had this exact thought about the Copenhagen Card. So is the Copenhagen Card worth it? Let’s find out! Spoiler alert: I definitely think it is. Don’t have time to read the whole post? Here’s a quick breakdown of what the Copenhagen Card offers: Free entrance to 80+ museums and attractions in and around Copenhagen Unlimited public transport use in the Copenhagen region Discounts at participating…

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    Europe Travel,  Featured,  Solo Female Travel

    13 Best Solo Female Travel Destinations 2021

    It’s a new decade now, and solo female travel is more popular than ever. I absolutely love it. It’s an amazing way to celebrate female empowerment, and exactly how I grew to be a more confident traveler and person in general. So, with that in mind, I decided to put together a list of some of my favorite and best solo female travel destinations for 2021! Whether you’re looking for a great first-time solo female travel destination, or a bit more adventure, these 13 best solo female travel destinations are sure to catch your eye! Best First-Time Solo Female Travel Destinations If you’re heading off on your very first trip…

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    How NOT to Visit Rome (Rome Travel Mistakes & How to Avoid Them)

    So, back in May, I took one of the more disastrous trips I’ve ever taken. It was a trip to Rome–a place I’d been dreaming of visiting since I was a kid. But I made so many Rome travel mistakes that it almost completely ruined the trip! While I generally think of myself as a pretty organized and prepared traveler, Rome has a way of screwing with the best of us. So in the hopes that I can help you have at least a slighty smoother trip than the one I had, here are a few tips and tricks on how to avoid the Rome travel mistakes I made! Rome…

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    Europe Travel

    15 Charming Things to do in Cesis, Latvia

    Disclaimer: I was a guest of the Cesis Tourism Board and Magnetic Latvia on a press trip to Cesis, Latvia. Tilting buildings and cobblestone streets. Spiritual sauna experiences and locals who still collect water from the nearby springs. The best bread you’ve ever tasted and a tiny coffee shop where the whole town gathers. This is Cesis, Latvia. Ever heard of it? Probably not. And yet this tiny town an hour and a half away from the capital city of Riga will steal your heart before you even know it’s happening. After spending two days on an action-packed press trip to Cesis, I’m fully convinced that it’s a must visit…

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    Europe Travel

    Nuremberg Christmas Market 2021 Guide: Things to do, What to Eat, and What to Buy

    2020 Update: Unfortunately, the Nuremberg Christmas Market has been canceled this year – but it’s never too late to start planning for 2021! Often touted as the oldest Christmas market in the world, and with plenty of unique traditions, Nuremberg Christmas Market is one of those things that makes it onto everyone’s bucket list. And for good reason. With a plethora of unique traditions you won’t find anywhere else, and the smell of Lebkuchen and Wurst wafting through the air, it’s the perfect place to spend a few days getting into the Christmas spirit! This guide is absolutely packed to the brim with information about Nuremberg Christmas Market, the other…

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    Europe Travel

    Regensburg Christmas Markets 2021 Guide: Where to Go, What to Eat, and What to Buy

    2020 Update: Unfortunately, the Regensburg Christmas Markets have all been cancelled this year – but it’s never too early to start planning for 2021! The Katherinenspital Christmas Market in Regensburg has also gone online 🙂 Tiny, winding alleyways. Colorful houses. A gothic cathedral overlooking it all. Regensburg, Germany is an amazing place to visit any time of year. But visit for the Regensburg Christmas Markets and you’ll be in for an extra special treat! Whether it’s sipping glühwein in the main market or experiencing the romance at the Thurn & Taxis Castles Christmas Market, Regensburg has a Christmas market for everyone. The town of Regensburg is small and compact, as…