Tag Archives: 4 Day Itinerary

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4 Days in London Itinerary: The Best Things to Do in Lovely LDN

London is one of my favorite cities in the entire world. Actually, London is one of my favorite destinations period. I love busy cities. As a solo traveler, nothing makes me happier than melting into the crowd and not standing out like a sore thumb. And London? Is huge. Absolutely huge. As a traveler, this […]

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4 Days in Budapest: A Detailed Itinerary to Hungary’s Capital

Updated: 1 April 2023 Budapest is truly one of my favorite cities in the world. As some of you know, I had the honor of visiting Budapest twice, once in summer and once in winter, and both trips were a ton of fun.  In many ways, Budapest is a city that perfectly fits my own travel […]

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4 Days in Portugal: Best Ideas for a Short Trip

Updated: 9 March 2023 I am – no doubt – obsessed with Portugal. After taking a solo Easter holiday in Portugal, I immediately fell in love with this country and knew I wanted to encourage responsible tourism on my blog, especially to my anxious readers who may not take many international trips.  Portugal is fabulous.  […]

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

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.  […]

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4 Days in Dublin: Itinerary for Ireland’s Capital

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 […]