*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
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
Ireland may have its fair share of rainy days but my trip was filled with sunshine, which is why I’ve decided to dedicate an entire photo post to the sunshine filled skies of the Irish countryside. City Escape – one of Dublin’s most scenic parks. It’s perfect for a quick break from busy city life.
I mentioned in my earlier post about Dresden how much I enjoyed sailing by the small towns and open fields leading up to the majestic Pillnitz Castle grounds. Here are a few photos that best capture the local vibe seen along the Elbe River. Cruising along the Elbe Horses at Play Family Day by the
Bohemian Travelers heading to Turkey this summer should try to squeeze a weekend getaway to Bodrum into their itinerary, as the coastal city seems to fit every travel style. Regular flights to Bodrum run year-round and even if you are on a budget, the city is designed to make you feel ultra chic. Feel Like a
(original article is from Megan’s Travel Column, entitled Weekly Wanders on Life2PointOh) It’s hard to pick just one city to visit in Europe, which is why few people actually do. Luckily for the savvy and sophisticated 20-something traveler, getting around Europe is pretty simple, especially when you think about how accessible it is to go
This post is by Jessica Tiare Bowen, one of our contributors. When one thinks of New York City, a lot of things come to mind: Concrete Jungle, Skyscraper National Park, The Big Apple. “Cheap” would probably not make the list. New York is notorious for ridiculously priced cocktails and Broadway shows, which is why I