If you are considering a romantic winter break in Paris, you are in for a treat. Even when it’s bitterly cold, the City of Lights still impresses. However, you need to pack carefully. I studied fashion for two years and I have visited Paris a number of times, as I live just 1.5 hours away […]
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Europe is a melting pot of a continent with unique countries and wildly different cultures packed closely together. Each European nation has its own prestigious history, beautiful architecture, traditional food and distinct dialect.
I grew up in the UK where we have awe-inspiring ancient cities such as London and York. Travelling from London I relocated to Belgium, where I am still discovering the quirky hidden gems of Brussels, as well as the beautiful historic cities of Ghent and Bruges.
Close to the sweeping Yorkshire Moors, where Cathy and Heathcliff played out their love affair in Wuthering Heights, sits the UK’s ancient walled city of York, one of Europe‘s most charming destinations for a weekend break. Founded by the Romans in 71 AD, the city’s cobbled streets, medieval castle and cosy pubs are watched over by […]
From eye-popping architecture to world-famous Surrealist art, Brussels has more to offer than the beer, chocolate, waffles and moules-frites it is best known for. Scratch the skin of Belgium’s capital city and beyond the political workings of its European Union institutions, you’ll find a place that doesn’t always take itself so seriously. According to Vogue […]
The impressive Mont Saint Michel abbey in France is a historic and architectural wonder that draws millions of visitors every year. This year is a special time to visit, as the region celebrates the 75th anniversary of the D-Day Landings and the Battle of Normandy. Here is the best time to visit Mont Saint Michel and […]