Porto

Port, port and more port. When you travel by train, three hours North from Lisbon (you can read about this amazing city here) you’ll find the harbour city Porto.  Porto is after Lisbon the biggest city of Portugal. The Douro river divides Porto with the city Nova de Gaia: the heart of the Port wines … More Porto

Lisbon

The city I fell in love with. After enjoying every minute of beautiful and sunny Seville (you can read about this city here), it was time to move on and start a new adventure. With Blablacar (people offer seats on their rides and you can buy those, most of the time it’s quicker and cheaper … More Lisbon

Seville

A sunny escape from the cold winter Southern Europe is the perfect destination if you’re craving to escape the winter for a bit. Especially in the Netherlands where the days are short in combination with a lot of rain and wind Spain is the place to be. I started this little get-away-from-winter last year when … More Seville

Hamburg

Cycling around in a beautiful city Quite spontaneously I booked a last minute ticket to Hamburg with one my best friends for two nights and one full day in hope to inspire you a little bit if you’ll ever plan to go this city. In this article I’ll tell you how we spent our time … More Hamburg

Xi’an

Walking on planks on top of the mountain Hua Shan Xi’an was our third stop during our trip in China. We took the high speed train from Pingyao to Xi’an which was only three hours. We instantly loved this city. Xi’an is surrounded by a city wall and everything is quite close, especially in comparison … More Xi’an

Pingyao

Our next stop after Beijing was Pingyao. Pingyao is a cute little ancient town only 4 hours away from Beijing if you’re taking the high speed train. It’s the best kept ancient town with city wall in China which already  should be a reason to check this place out. Train tickets can be sold out … More Pingyao

Beijing 

The city that surprised me When we were planning our trip to China a lot of people told us that China would be very crowded and very dirty. Well I have to tell you: those people were wrong when it comes to Beijing! The streets are very clean and it’s true that there live a … More Beijing