Category Archives: Travel Itineraries

4 Days in Vienna: The Ultimate Itinerary for Austria’s Capital

solo travel vienna: see gorgeous summer sunsets

As a teenage, I had always envisioned Vienna as the center of European sophistication. Even though I studied French in high school, I always wanted to study abroad in Vienna, because, according to my young mind, living in Vienna meant that I could go to the opera every evening and sip gourmet coffee every afternoon.  […]

5 Days in Munich: The Ultimate City Itinerary

5 days in munich with great views

Munich is, without a doubt, one of the most well-liked cities in Germany for visitors. After all, Bavaria’s most populous city is frequently associated with images of huge stein glasses filled with beer and Disney-style castles in the nearby countryside. And believe me, I’m not disparaging either of these things. What’s not to love? However, […]

2 Magical Days in Lake Como: The Best Things to See & Do

Without a doubt, one of the most beautiful places on earth, so beautiful that it reminds me of spectacular scenery of Middle Earth, is Lake Como. I seriously pine about returning to Lake Como. I pine for Lake Como … maybe once a week? Haha. For example, my memories of magical Como transport me to […]

4 Days in Dublin: Itinerary for Ireland’s Capital

traveling to dublin ireland alone to see oscar wilde

Most of us know Dublin as Ireland’s fun-loving, youthful, and vibrant capital city. Dublin’s an especially fun place for travelers who have Irish heritage and want to learn about their families’ histories, as well as avid readers who’ve fallen in love with authors such as Oscar Wilde and Bram Stoker.  Furthermore, Dublin is a very […]

5 Days in Madrid: The Ultimate City Itinerary

5 days in madrid means seeing lots of great views

Madrid was one of those European capitals that intrigued me on a personal level. Not only are there plenty of direct flights from New Jersey, making Madrid super accessible for me, but this city is also particularly well-known for its world-class art museums. And everyone knows that I adore art museums. After all, the Metropolitan […]