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Europe Travel Blogs

Thinking of visiting Europe? Great choice! Europe is where I grew up and it’s where my love for travel began. Here are all my Europe travel blogs for you to explore.
From my home country (United Kingdom) and other popular travel destinations to unlikely city breaks (hey, Dusseldorf!) and local favourites, Europe is still one of my favourite continents to explore. I hope you’ll enjoy it too!

My favourite Europe travel blogs
A Self-Guided Amsterdam Food Tour
Most people don’t travel to Amsterdam for the food. Whether you do or not, here are some of the best local-approved foods and restaurants to try in Amsterdam.
7 reasons to visit Saalbach in summer
If you’ve heard of Saalbach, there’s a very good chance you know it as a ski resort – and you’d be correct. But what happens to ski resorts like Saalbach in the summer? I took a trip to the Austrian alps to find out, and was VERY pleasantly surprised. Here’s why!

10 Of The Best London Theatre Breaks & Weekends

Singing along is optional.

7 Interactive food experiences to try in Dusseldorf

From cake pop workshops to Taiwanese tea ceremonies.

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A Self-Guided Amsterdam Food Tour

Your local-approved, taste-tested guide to Amsterdam.

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7 Reasons to Visit Saalbach in Summer

What happens to ski resorts in the summer?

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A Perfect Portugal Roadtrip: Porto to Braga & Beyond

Ready to road trip Portugal? Let’s go for a drive.

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Dusseldorf: Europe’s next big foodie destination?

“I was expecting sausages, cheese and beer.”

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Maspalomas Dunes & More: Beyond the beach in Gran Canaria

All the best bits of Gran Canaria.

Free-Flowing Lunch at M Victoria Street, London

You’ve heard on bottomless brunch… but what about free-flowing lunch?

The NEW #1 on my travel bucket list (and why it should be on yours)

This is top of my bucket list. Is it on yours?

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48 Hours in Bucharest, Romania

How to spend 48 hours in the Paris of the East.

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Pan Chai at Harrods: The Best Sashimi in London?

Sushi lovers, this one is for you.

Ibiza vs Menorca: Battle of the Balearics

And a few things I really wasn’t expecting.

What to Wear in Ibiza: Ibiza Style Guide

Heading to Ibiza? Here’s what to pack.

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Bucharest Restaurant Guide: 5 restaurants you need to visit in Bucharest’s Old Town

These are the 5 best restaurants in Bucharest’s Old Town.

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WIN a holiday to Greece with Karen Millen + Secret Escapes!

Want to win a free holiday AND a free holiday wardrobe to go with it? Here’s your chance!

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4 Things You Didn’t Know You Can Do In Menorca

Menorca is an island of surprises – and here’s why.

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3 Reasons to Check-in to CitizenM, Shoreditch

A stay in one of London’s most vibrant hotels.

Mango Tree @ Harrods: A Surprisingly Intimate Feast

Where department store meets luxury Thai dining.

Why You Should Consider A Staycation This Winter

Why I’ve changed my mind about winter holidays close to home.

Introducing Ibis Lates: Clean Bandit @ Camden Roundhouse

Don’t you just love it when brands from two of your favourite industries team up to create something magical?

Eindhoven: A City of Surprises

If you hadn’t already guessed from the swarm of photos on my Instagram feed, I spent a couple of days exploring Eindhoven last week.

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An Evening At The Television BAFTAs

Have you ever opened a magazine to the best dressed pages to ogle all the pretty gowns? Perhaps you’ve even wondered what it’s like to be able to wear one of them?

Dining in the Dark with Tabl

The problem with living in London is that no matter how many things you tick off, the bucket list of things to do here only seems to get bigger.

Emirates Airline + The Crystal London | A Different Day Out

emirates airline car up close

When you live in London, it’s pretty easy to fall into the trap of forgetting there’s a huge, ever-changing city out there to 

Tenerife: The Carnival You’ve Never Heard Of!

barrio east shoreditch mojitosOh, hey, did you see my new travel category? It’s been a long time coming – mostly because I had to convince myself that you’d actually want to read this stuff,

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The View From The Shard

I’ve lived in London for just over a year now (it was exactly one year on Sunday!) and have slowly been ticking things off my bucket list.