Trondheim is Norway’s third largest city (behind Oslo and Bergen) and is the cultural hub in Trondelag (the central region of Norway). It rarely makes travelers’ bucket lists and I am not sure why. This picturesque fisherman’s village, splashed with reds, golds, and greens. Alongside mountainous views that you make your jaw drop, literally. If you get the chance to explore this region of Norway, I would highly recommend it, make sure you stop in for some Brunost.
Bergen is one of those cities that captivates you from the moment you arrive, teases you with picturesque landscapes, salty delights, and friendly characters. The only downside to Bergen may be the weather, so pack a scarf, a winter hat and a rain jacket. Be sure to enjoy all that Bergen has to offer; no matter the timeline you’re on.
Oslo is the capital of Norway, a very populated city, home to 40 islands, 343 lakes and a huge green forest: Oslomarka. Sitting on the country’s south coast at the top of the Oslofjord, it is known for its specific Scandinavian architecture, barbaric history of the Vikings, being chilly and pricey. If you are planning on spending a few days in the capital, here are some things you mustn’t miss.
When I say two days in Riga it wasn’t actually a full two days. And of course, two days is never enough time to fully explore all that a city has to offer but if you only have a few days in one of the Baltic capitals this is how you should spend it. Don’t forget to bring a scarf, it’s a chilly place! And check out my Riga: Bucket List to see and do all that Riga has to offer. Can’t wait to head back to this chilly capital!
Bucket List for visiting Riga, Latvia.
Riga is the capital of one of the enchanting Baltic states: Latvia. This city needs to be on your bucket list. (So do the other Baltic States: Estonia & Lithuania but first…) I could go into detail and tell you why Riga needs to be your next destination. Explain the history of how the town came to be, the world-renowned art district that tourists flock to each year, the charming and boldly colored architecture found throughout the winding and wobbly cobblestone alleys. Walking through Riga in like walking through the pages of a fairytale but instead of me telling you why Riga should be on your bucket list, let me show you
A blog is hard work. Anything you put out on the world wide web with your face and name on it can be daunting. There have been a number times I’ve been nervous about the reaction I would garner from a post or certain photos. Not only that, but grammatical mistakes can be the worst! Luckily, my mother calls me the day after I post an article to let me know I need to work on my spelling. But, through all the hard work, endless hours, and making the thesaurus my new best friend; creating a blog has been a very rewarding challenge.
Tallinn, the capital of Estonia, is straight out of the pages of a medieval fairytale story, filled with potions and castles and odd little dolls. But, Tallinn is tiny; so tiny that most travelers tend to be passerby or day trippers. The easiest and most common route of visitation is across the Gulf of Finland, hop aboard one of the ferries in Helsinki and in a few hours you’ll be transported through time to this medieval fairytale.
Berlin is a quirky and happening city, with literally so much to do. It is basically impossible to find the time to do everything, see everything, and eat everything that makes Berlin, Berlin! From wandering the colorful graffitied streets, to seeing your history textbooks come alive.
Berlin feels like one of those city thriving in constant change. Here is a perfect itinerary for 2 days in this unique city!
A weekend in Kiev during the Easter Holiday was egg-ceptional. I highly recommend adding Kiev, Ukraine to your bucket list–find out why!
Teaching English as a second language in a new country is a great way to explore a new culture, travel while earning money, and gain a new experience.
The hardest thing to do when moving to Spain is getting your paperwork complete. Here is a step by step guide to Getting your TIE.