Tag Archives: Winter Travel

Best Time to Visit Budapest: Winter v. Summer

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Are you wondering the best time to visit Budapest? Then look no further, my friend! As always, I’ve got you and your European travel needs covered, haha. Now some of my awesome readers already know about my deep never-ending love for Hungary’s capital city. Without a doubt, Budapest is one of my favorite cities in […]

Brrrrr! Cooooold: What to Wear in Iceland in December

Not sure what to wear in Iceland in December? Then you’ve come to the right place! I had the same issue a few years ago while planning my epic New Year’s Eve trip to Reykjavik and the surrounding area such as Vik and Thingvellir National Park. At the end of the day, deciding what to […]

Photo Essay: Winter in Reykjavik is Beautiful

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Winter in Reykjavik is so Beautiful. It’s that snowy time of the year, folks! I can’t help but feel super nostalgic about my winter trip to Iceland. Iceland’s natural beauty is renown among travel enthusiasts, myself included in the mix, but lately I’ve been reminiscing about Reykjavik’s unique and urban beauty. The soft light illuminating the streets […]

Blue Lagoon Iceland in Winter: A Magical Experience

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Blue Lagoon Iceland in Winter Iceland’s Blue Lagoon in Winter is a magical experience. Magical. Normally, I struggle with the cold and feel down in the dumps in the dreary winter months. I think a lot of us can relate! Who wants to deal with scrapping ice off windshields and limited sunlight after a long day […]

24 Photos that’ll Inspire You to Visit Budapest in Winter

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Visit Budapest in Winter If you read my fall and winter travel plans, you’ll know I was super stoked to visit Budapest in winter. I fell in love with Budapest two summers ago, but only had 36 hours to experience the Hungarian capital. Not enough. Staying a week in Budapest was a fantastic decision. I could […]