As a professional travel blogger, I’ve stayed at hotels at both ends of the spectrum: from humble hostels to luxury high-rises. Still, there are some cities where I find it more appealing to rent a home rather than a hotel. From romantic cities like Paris and Buenos Aires to hipster havens like Berlin…. Here are 8
Hamburg is most definitely a neighborhood city so as expected, I had a field day biking through them all. For the most part, Hamburg is already pretty established yet there are many changes in the works to drastically modernize the city as a whole. Many of the areas have or are currently experiencing gentrification, with HafenCity
Stockholm is one of those cities that appeals to just about every type of traveler. Culture enthusiasts have a slew of museums to choose from while foodies can indulge in traditional cuisine with a modern twist at every meal. While Stockholm has somewhat of a bad reputation when it comes to the exchange rate, it’s still
This is a guest post by Andrew Tipp. Scandinavia. It’s expensive, right? So it’s probably best to skip cities like Copenhagen when you’re backpacking around Europe? Wrong. Well, not completely wrong. It is expensive – you won’t get much change from £7 when you buy a pint. But it’s totally worth visiting, either as a
I’ve been wanting to write this post for awhile now, especially considering how much fun I had writing Love and Travel Intertwined nearly two years ago. Music has always been a huge part of my life, as I’m sure it is in your own life as well. It’s been a constant part of my journey, whether
Berlin is an endless blur of inspiration. From trendy Mitte to the hipster haven that is Kreuzberg, here are five of my favorite Berlin neighborhoods to appeal to the avant-garde traveler. If these districts don’t spark your interest, I’ve included a couple other areas that are also worth exploring when trying to decide where to
Compared to other global cities, Helsinki is relatively small in geographic size and population, making it easily navigated by foot or bike. During my stay in here, I got to know the different neighborhoods fairly well. Each is unique in its own way and adds to the innovative complexity of the city as a whole.
Officially day three of my Finland trip, Helsinki has already surpassed my expectations. Currently the Design Capital of the World, the city is brimming with global art and culture, all seen in every aspect of local life. From fashionista bikers and bohemian flea markets to impressive street art, here’s to me feeling hipster in Helsinki.
After spending about two weeks in Santiago, Chile, I quickly got a feel for the different neighborhoods that make this South American city so fascinating. Although I didn’t know too much about Santiago before arriving in Chile, I was very pleased to learn that the city is actually quite ideal for a bohemian. The first
(original article from Liberty Travel, where Megan covered London in a 4-part London series.) It’s been nearly four years since I first stepped foot in London, yet the city still feels like an old friend. Upon landing at Heathrow Airport after a sleepless red-eye from DC, I couldn’t wait to hop on the Tube and