As both an editor and a freelance journalist, I receive a lot…and I mean a LOT of press releases every day. Usually I skim through them, not expecting anything that fits my demographic. Bohemian Trails isn’t really about hard-hitting news so usually the emails aren’t all that pressing. There was one email, however, that stood
Berlin is one of those magnificent cities where biking becomes an art form. My first time there, about two years ago, I signed up for a few walking tours or simply wandered through the neighborhoods on my own. While this is certainly a great way to get a feel for local culture, biking does give a new
I only spent two days in Zagreb but luckily I managed to see an absurd amount of innovative street art before leaving. Our group was a bit unlucky with weather during our time in Zagreb but when the sun did shine, it was simply glorious. On my last night in town and during the last
For my latest Neighborhood Guide I’ve chosen Québec City. From the newly revamped Saint-Roch neighborhood to the historic streets of Quartier Petit Champlain and Vieux-Québec, this French Canadian city has many faces. If you have time, try to visit these major neighborhoods but otherwise, this guide should give you an idea of which spots you will gravitate toward most.
This is a guest post by Aline Mayard of YallaBye.eu. Beirut was such a beautiful, cosmopolitan, and vibrant city in the 50’s and 60’s that it was known as the Paris of the Middle East. But the country was stroke by a civil war from 1975 to 1990 leaving the city in ruins. Ever since the 90s,
There is something for everyone in Vienna, which makes this city the ultimate playground for the avant-garde traveler. From chic palaces and baroque architecture to tiny coffee houses, there are multiple ways to explore Austria’s capital. If you only have a few days to roam around the city, here are five ways to experience local
Known for being one of the most bike-friendly cities around the world, it’s not just the bikers who make a fashion statement in Helsinki. Many of the bikes are an artform all on their own. Here are a few of my favorite avant-garde and very hipster Helsinki bikes. The Classic Bike – Complete with basket,
Since today is Friday and I’m sure many of you are already looking forward to the weekend, I’ve decided to showcase some of the amazing street art I discussed in my last post about Helsinki. These avant-garde images are created by local graffiti artists in the Suvilahti neighborhood. My favorite thing about the artwork I found