This book should be at the top of everyone's list. Beautifully written, it lets you experience World War II from two completely different and wonderfully unique perspectives.
This is the first of many posts to come about the magical city of Paris, whose streets I was lucky enough to spend a semester strolling through!
The accents alone would have been enough to charm me into loving this place, but the history and gorgeous scenery is what pushed it to the top of my list. Everything about this country is enchanting, and the lines between magic and reality are blurrier here than most places. I still love the accents, though.
Welcome to a very pretty city. Prague has some of the richest history in Europe because many of its main sites survived the destruction of the 20th century. Colorful and cobblestoned, this fairytale city is one you won’t want to leave.
My house in Budapest, my hidden treasure chest…I just thought I would get a head start on getting this happy little tune stuck in your head. Cause it will be there for however long you stay in this wonderful spot. Worth it, though.
Poland might not be one of the most popular stops, but you won’t regret making a trip to this historic city. You’ll see some of the saddest history, but you’ll also eat some of the best ice cream.
Whether you’re here because you like the idea of an island with pristine white cities floating on a cliffside by the sea, you really like Greek food, or you just watched Mama Mia! get ready for an amazing experience that will leave you wanting to ditch your country for this one, even though it has a terrible economy.
This beautiful city is on the southernmost tip of Croatia and sits right on the Adriatic Sea. Its Old Town is surrounded by a medieval wall. This seaside town is the stuff of fairytales.
This little hillside on the Amalfi Coast should be at the top of your travel wish list. Steep, narrow streets lined with boutiques and cafes weave through the colorful, cliffside village and eventually lead down to a pebble beachfront dotted with iconic orange and yellow umbrellas. This is one of those places that you’ll never be ready to leave.
Versailles is one of the most beautiful places I've ever seen. There's not one single leaf out of place...it's pretty enchanting. Paddle boats on the pond and picnicking in the park. His name was Louis XIV, welcome to his crib.