Tag Archives: City Breaks

admiring the gold pavilion in kyoto japan

Kyoto Solo Female Travel: Everything You Need to Know

I believe everyone should travel solo in Japan at least once. Even if you’re a nervous flyer like me or feel daunted by visiting Asia alone, Japan is a spectacular destination that will change your mind and heart. Misty temples in mountains, hot bowls of ramen, onsen after a long night of sightseeing, I could go […]

barcelona in 5 days has amazing views

5 Days in Barcelona: The Ultimate City Itinerary

Updated: 18 May 2024 So, you’re planning a beautiful adventure in Spain and have 5 days in Barcelona coming up. Perfect! You’re making the right decision as far as length of time is concerned. I seriously could’ve stayed in Barcelona for weeks on end.  All in all, 5 days in Barcelona leaves plenty of time […]

london in august promises some sunny days

Comprehensive Packing List for London in August

London is absolutely wonderful to visit in the summer. Even though London is associated with rain and cold, when I visited in August, I had several gorgeous sunny days where I spent hours exploring London’s neighborhoods and fabulous parks. A glorious sunny day in London is a travel memory that will make you smile for a […]

paris has lovely buildings that are elegant

Solo Travel in Paris: Everything You Need to Know

Solo travel in Paris is a bucket list trip for many people. I mean, one of my travel fantasies has been to rent a small apartment in the Marais or Montmartre, go to the local market early in the morning for fresh produce (and a baguette!), visit world-class art museums, shop at fashion-forward boutiques, and so […]

solo travel milan: see the churches

Solo Travel Milan: 7 Reasons to Go Alone to the Fashion Capital

Updated: April 21 2024 Traveling solo to Milan was one of my fondest travel memories, because believe it or not, I fell in love with the Central Station. No, I’m not kidding, haha. Why was I drawn to the train station of all places? Welllll. I had expected a huge bubble of chaos, bustling commuters […]