Image by maurobrock The Location Amsterdam has a well-earned party town reputation, but there is definitely much more to it than pot cafes. It’s your classic European city, complete with amazing architecture, excellent food and some amazing museums. Spending a few days here, leisurely dining and walking the endless canals has all the makings for a truly excellent escape. The Lloyd Hotel is located in the
Image of Parc Guell by Pretty/Ugly Design The Location Barcelona is a bustling chic city full of amazing architecture, trendy restaurants and top-rate shopping. It also happens to be absolutely jam-packed with cool boutique hotels. Lucky for us this makes it also an absolute bargain destination when compared with other major European centres. Barcelo Raval is located slightly off the beaten path, in the former
Where Dubrovnik is a gorgeous historic city on the Adriatic Sea. It was declared a UNESCO World Heritage site in 1979. It’s the biggest tourist destination in Croatia and one of the biggest in the Mediterranean. And it deserves to be. The terra-cotta roofs of the cliffside buildings set against the sparkling blue water make it an absolutely postcard-perfect vacation destination. The architecture, museums and
Image by Buggolo Where London is one of my favourite cities. I love it all: the history, the endless sprawl, the street fashion, the diversity. And I’m not alone. London is the world’s most visited city so clearly it’s allure is global. But the pace is fast and it can be exhausting (for me just remembering to look right first when crossing the street is
Where Helsinki is a modern bustling city blessed with an abundance of gorgeous architecture, restaurants and art galleries. It’s also obviously full of some fantastic Finnish and Nordic shopping. Of particular note to me is the Design Destrict Helsinki, which is located near Uudenmaankatu and Iso Roobertinkatu. This areas is full of design and fashion stores, as well as museums, art galleries, restaurants and showrooms.