A Photo Journey through Hoi An

*This is a guest post by professional photographer Angela Altus. You can view more of her work here. I had been travelling in Vietnam for just over a week - faced the wonderfully chaotic streets of Hanoi, taken the “less traveled” hiking rout through Cat Ba National Park, crawled through the mud[...]

Eating My Way Through Bologna and Beyond

How do I even begin to explain Bologna's vibrant food scene? Seriously, I actually went clothing shopping pre-trip and bought an extra pair of jeans (in the next size up) and comfy stretchy pants because I knew I'd eat everything in sight upon arriving in Italy. In case you're wondering if I succeeded in that goal, I most certainly did. However, I never felt bloated or lethargic after my meals and[...]

Relaxing in Bologna's Countryside

During my week in Emilia-Romagna, I spent just as much time wandering through the cobbled city streets as I did basking outside in the countryside and that proved a perfect balance. This particular region really caters to travelers seeking interactive experiences, especially those relating to cuisine and crafts. Luckily, I got to explore both art and the art of food.It wasn't until our very la[...]

Beautiful Bikes and Pretty Italian Streets

Even though the bulk of my Italy trip revolved around eating glorious handmade pasta and sipping on Sangiovese, I had to walk off all this deliciousness somehow, right? If you've ever read some of my Boho Guides, you know that I'm a huge fan of bike fashion so of course I had to snap a few photos of the chic bikes I spotted in Italy. A few of my favorites, along with some city shots, are below. B[...]
 
 

The Ultimate Architecture Guide to Budapest

*This is a guest post by Marteen of Lust for the World.Budapest is the world’s melting pot of Architectural styles. From Roman amphitheaters and Gothic-styled cathedrals to traditional Turkish baths, Budapest has it all. Since the city is fairly large and diverse, we’ve put together a list of our favorite architectural treasures to see in Budapest.Let’s begin the tour.. 1) Start off at th[...]

Old and New Architectural Influences in Lisbon

Now that we've covered Lisbon's gritty yet glamorous side, let's turn our attention to the city's unique mix of old and new design influences. Perhaps the most visual representation of this is the range of architectural styles used on many of the city's most noteworthy buildings. Lisbon is a rather large city and there are three main touristic areas: Parque das Nações in the north, Barrio Alto in [...]