Bohemian Trails Goes Global

While most of the time I’m happily based in New York City, this travel writing bohemian has a busy couple of months coming up and I wanted to share my plans with everyone.

May: Israel 

This spring I’ll be spending two weeks in Israel on behalf of Israel Tourism. As part of their blogger trip, we will be traveling to Tel Aviv, Haifa, Galilee and Jerusalem. I’ve decided to stay a few extra days to enjoy the beaches of Tel Aviv and to also visit Nazareth and Bethlehem.

June: Finland, Germany, London

I’m off to a busy start to my summer in June when I’ll be spending a week in Finland followed by close to two weeks in Germany. Visit Finland‘s “Blog around the clock – during Finnish Midnight Sun” even involves a Bohemian evening, which I’m naturally very excited about.

Germany Tourism has a fantastic global art and culture itinerary in place, covering Dresden, Leipzig, Nuremberg, Frankfurt and a few added days in Berlin. I’m then off to spend a week in London just for fun. London is my second home so I’m looking forward to seeing my old friend again.

July: Paris

The first week of July will be my actual “vacation”. To celebrate our one-year anniversary, my boyfriend and I are spending a week in Paris, eating as many crepes as we please. While it’s hard for me to switch from travel writing mode to holiday mode, we are both going to try our very best to do just that.

There is a high probability that I will be in Jamaica near the end of July, although I’m still confirming everything.

August: Norway

It appears that I simply can’t get enough of Norway which is why I’ll be going back in August on behalf of Visit Norway. Having missed out on an art and architectural themed trip in early July due to scheduling conflicts, my individual trip will cover the same basis. Norway has quickly become one of my favorite countries and I can’t wait to see the country without snow.

September: Austria, Spain

This September, I’ll be headed to Austria on behalf of Austria Tourism for my first official individual press trip. I will be traveling through Vienna, Salzburg, Graz and the Wachau Valley. I’m particularly looking forward to my days in Graz, as it has a distinctly mediterranean flair and architectural contradictions.

I’m then planning on attending TBEX in Costa Brava, Spain. I’ll be missing the Colorado event this June so I’m very much looking forward to spending a few days in Spain and meeting other bloggers in real life.

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Hi! I’m Megan,

a Scorpio sun and Libra moon who left her job in the music industry to travel and write full-time. Since then, i´ve explored more than 60 countries in the hopes that you will, too.

The world is made of magic and so are you!

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