Red Rock Country: A Guide to Sedona, Arizona

Surrounded by stunning red sandstone rocks along with breathtaking canyons and mountains is Sedona, a small town in central Arizona. Home to four vortexes, special spots considered to be places of healing, reflection and growth, the town invites many spiritual tourists. Sedona is located between Arizona’s capital and the state’s famous Grand Canyon, making it the perfect stop for a quick day trip from either of those two spots. In this post you’ll read all you’d ever need to know about Sedona, including info on weather, transportation, accommodation, attractions and more in this picturesque destination.

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The Grey City: A Guide to Berlin, Germany

Berlin’s got something for everyone – incredible history, cool culture, vibrant nightlife, amazing architecture, delicious food, and more. Despite its rough (and quite recent) history, the Berlin of today is one of the most welcoming, tolerant, and prosperous cities in the world. It may be nicknamed the Grey City because of its weather, but I promise Berlin isn’t boring in the slightest – in fact, its the complete opposite of that! I first visited Berlin in January of this year, and the three days I spent there definitely left me wishing to go back. So, for any of you fellow first time visitors or Berlin, or just any of you who has already been and is heading back sometime soon, in this post I’ll be writing the ultimate guide to Berlin, the capital and biggest city in Germany.

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The City of a Hundred Spires: A Guide to Prague, Czech Republic

With its beautiful bridges, charming castle, and spry squares, the Czech Republic’s Prague is one of Europe’s most magical cities. Prague is known for its Charles Bridge, Prague Castle, and Old Town Square, all incredibly historic and stunning spots throughout the city. Nicknamed the Golden City of a Hundred Spires, Prague is the historic capital of the state of Bohemia and the current capital of the Czech Republic. In this post I’ll be writing the ultimate guide to this charming Czech town, with info on transportation, accommodation, and attractions in the city. 

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The Imperial City: A Guide to Vienna, Austria

Often considered the continent’s culture capital, Vienna, Austria’s capital, is famous for its romance, music, art, and architecture. The city, located on the Danube river, is home to 23 districts, each with its own unique allure. Nicknamed the Imperial City, Vienna is considered one of the most liveable cities in the world. From its imperial palaces, Schönbrunn and Hofburg; to its beautiful churches, St. Stephen’s and St. Peter’s; to its famous former residents, Beethoven and Strauss; Vienna is famous for dozens of reasons. Despite the short amount of time I spent in the city (just a day!), Vienna is easily one of my favourite cities I’ve ever visited. Throughout this post I’ll be giving you the ultimate guide to this Austrian metropolis, with info on transportation, accommodation, and attractions within Vienna.

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A Guide to Hallstatt, Austria

Set in the foothills of the Dachstein Mountains and on the Hallstatt Lake, Austria’s small village of Hallstatt is pretty much a fairytale town. Hallstatt, the oldest still inhabited village in Europe, is located in Austria’s Salzkammergut or Lake Region. With over 7000 years of history, this UNESCO World Heritage Site is home to the world’s very first salt mine.From the charming and colourful old town to the breathtaking lake views, there isn’t a single part of this town that isn’t picture perfect! Ever since I first saw a photo of Hallstatt I’ve wanted to visit, so when my family and I came to Austria this past winter I made sure we got to stop in Hallstatt. In this post I’ll be giving you the ultimate guide to this town, including info on how to get there, how long to stay, and what to see.

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