July 2018. Amsterdam is the capital of the Netherlands, and one of Europe’s most popular cities. The city is well-known for its past, the elaborate canal system, and the architecture of their iconic, narrow houses. Cycling is the key to the city’s character, there is no better way to get to know the city than to hop on a bike […]Read more "Amsterdam, Netherlands"
July 2018. The capital of the Czech Republic is one of Europe’s most popular destinations; considered by many one of the most beautiful cities in the world, Prague, is the perfect city for those who are searching for a perfect getaway in a romantic and ancient atmosphere. While it might be the promise of exploring […]Read more "Prague, Czech Republic"
July 2018. Berlin is Germany’s capital and the largest city in the country. It has one of the most turbulent and hectic histories of any European capital but has emerged as one of Europe’s most popular destinations in recent years. Berlin is an old city with a young heart and one of the most fun, […]Read more "Berlin, Germany."
July 2018. It is not a secret that Frankfurt is not a touristic city. Visitors normally stop at Frankfurt due to business meetings, fairs or a long layover at the airport. Although Frankfurt is one of those places that I never thought of visiting, it was just a matter of hours before Frankfurt captured me […]Read more "Frankfurt, Germany."
June 2018. A couple of days ago, I had the chance to travel back to Costa Rica to attend the wedding of one of my best friends from college. Though it was a short visit, I enjoyed every single minute of it. My first stop was San Jose City. My time in San Jose mainly […]Read more "Costa Rica"
December 2017. It has been three years since my last visit to Guatemala, but this time going to Guatemala meant so much more than just satisfying my wanderlust desire of trying new food, discovering new places and wondering around. This time going to Guatemala meant seeing my best friends, after almost six months of being […]Read more "Guatemala"
June 2017. To talk about Nicaragua is to talk about its lakes and volcanoes, but above all also to talk about its people. I spent three weeks traveling around the country, and I was shocked by how many people were willing to show us around, have a drink, and open up their homes to us. […]Read more "Nicaragua"