Tag Archives: France

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3 Days in Alsace Itinerary: A Long Weekend Escape

Alsace is a gorgeous region in eastern France that happens to border Germany and Switzerland. In fact, when you spend 3 days in Alsace (or more), you will sometimes forget that you’re even in France. To me, Alsace is half-timbered buildings crowded in narrow lanes, meat and cheese plates (Alsatian cuisine is delicious but heavy), […]

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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 […]

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Is Colmar Worth Visiting? My Honest Opinion

Colmar is a stunning French town in Alsace that looks like the movie set of Beauty and the Beast. It’s so easy to understand why visitors flock to Alsace, and in particular, flock to Colmar. I legit squealed when I saw my first canal here (yeah, it was embarrassing). However, despite Colmar’s seemingly endless charm and […]

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Is Paris Safe for Solo Female Travellers? My Honest Opinion

Paris is a destination that dazzles many solo travelers. I mean, who doesn’t dream of visiting Paris with a baguette in one hand and a high-end shopping bag in the other?  However, I’ve been a travel writer for quite a few years, so I’m always sharing stories with others. I’ve actually heard multiple travelers claim […]

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How to Backpack for 2 Amazing Weeks in Europe: A Complete Itinerary

UPDATED: 10 January 2024 I love backpacking Europe. I love it so, so, so much, and have loved it for years. Even though I’m a bit of a “pro” at how to solo travel around Europe, I still feel a tingle of excitement at the possibility of breaking out a European map, marking a relaxing […]