A Travel Girl’s Guide to Rome

Affectionatley nicknamed the Eternal city, Rome has been a beacon of tourism for centuries ( long before the days of international flights!). Ancient history melts together with mouth-watering foods, fashion and bustling piazzas for a

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How to Prepare for Your First Solo Trip

So, you’ve decided to plan your first solo trip. You’re excited and nervous. People might be sharing their horror stories or their amazing, life-changing experiences and you’re getting a little overwhelmed. Where do you even

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A Coffee Guide to Rome

Coffee has been an essential part of Italian culture since the 16th Century in Venice, and its grip on the Italian soul has only intensified since. Italian Coffee is some of my favourite in the

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What to do in Seville

4 Places Worth the Hype ( and 3 Places that Aren’t) Like any popular city, Seville has so many attractions that are on everyone’s bucket lists, but not all of them are worth your time

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Hiking Levadas in Madeira

When I first landed in Madeira, Portugal, I thought I had accidentally landed in a scene from Jurassic Park. Lush green flora, dramatic cliffs and ancient waterfalls (with the added bonus of being T-Rex free!)

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How to Spend 48 Hours in Madeira

Less than a 2 hour flight from Lisbonwill bring you to this lush Portugese island boasting tropical plants, unique wines and historic charm, all under the sunny skies of a subtropical climate. This island deserves