Italy is almost synonymous with food and that’s especially true in the Emilia-Romagna region. During the course of the week, I had the chance to get crafty and I enjoyed every minute of it. Below are five of my favorite interactive experiences that I recommend for any bohemian traveler heading to Northern Italy. In a perfect
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
This is a guest post by Samantha Vowles. Europe’s infamous party island has always enjoyed a pretty clear cut reputation for sizzling clubs, superior beats and inebriation. But more recently, holidays to Ibiza have become as much about the chill as the chaos; the island’s mellow roof terrace vibe, hippy markets and idyllic golden sunsets belie
This is a guest post from Barbara Cacao of Vienna-Unwrapped. Art is alive and kicking in Vienna, Austria, my hometown. While Viennese museums are renowned for their historic art treasures, and local galleries draw in a select group of art connoisseurs, you can find a great mix of art in many places of everyday life.
I’m a city girl at heart so when I arrived in bohemian Bergen for my last two days in Norway I set off to explore this avant-garde city rich in both historical significance and cultural flair. In a nutshell, Bergen is most well-known for Bryggen, the old wharf consisting of a series of Hanseatic wooden
There’s no place like home. Dorothy’s famous words in the Wizard of Oz have a bit to do with the title of this post. While Norway is not technically my home, it sure feels like it. It’s hard to believe that just a few months ago I was braving the beautiful snowy weather of Lillehammer,