Why would you just go to see the ruins of an Arab Bath in Granada when you can visit a functional Arab Bath? Okay, if you’re interested in history visiting the ruins of ancient baths will be worth it. But go to a modern Arab Bath as well though, so you can experience how the ancient baths must have been in their time. It’s a perfect way to relax after a day exploring Granada. And Granada has a lot to explore, read my article about it here. Even if you’re just in Granada to visit Alhambra relaxing in a Hammam afterwards is a perfect way to end the day. You can check out my tips for visiting Alhambra here.Read more
Archives for November 2022
I spent one whole month in Porto and I put the best things of my time there in this ultimate 3 day Porto itinerary.
Porto makes for a perfect long weekend getaway or a stop on your Portugal trip. It has a charming old town and it’s close to the beach. With this 3 day Porto itinerary, you’ll be able to experience the best Porto and its surroundings have to offer.Read more
Porto is the second biggest city in Portugal and has a lot of sightseeing to offer, but not just that, it is also a great place for vegans. There are so many vegan restaurants in Porto compared to the city’s size. I spent a month in Porto last summer and tried a lot of them out. Keep reading and find out what my favourite vegan restaurants in Porto are.Read more
Alhambra is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, a Spanish Cultural Heritage and one of the Seven Wonders Of The Muslim World. In other words, it’s a must-see if you’re in Andalusia. It’s located in Granada, a gorgeous town with so much more to offer than just Alhambra. Read my article on why I fell in love with Granada and why I recommend spending at least one night there, or better yet, two nights. But now, back to Alhambra. After my visit, I wrote down a few visiting Alhambra tips, so you can have a hassle-free time there.Read more
The main reason most tourists visit Granada is probably to go see Alhambra. It is after all a UNESCO World Heritage Site and one of the Seven Wonders of the Muslim World. So many people ask themselves: Is Granada worth visiting without Alhambra? And my answer would be: Yes, definitely! Visiting the Alhambra is great, but I actually enjoyed the city of Granada more than Alhambra. That doesn’t mean to skip Alhambra, of course, just leave enough time to see Granada as well. Keep reading to find out my 10 reasons why Granada is worth visiting.Read more
Granada is the town with the most vegan restaurants in Andalusia. When we visited in October 2022 there were 7 all-vegan restaurants listed on Happy Cow Granada, which is still far from the countless options in Madrid or Barcelona but it’s definitely a good start. Granada having the most vegan restaurants was actually the reason why we chose to spend a week there. And during this week I fell in love with the city, it has so much to offer. Read my 10 reasons why Granada is worth visiting here. In this week we also tried a lot of those restaurants. We found some true gems and some restaurants that shouldn’t be labelled vegan in my opinion. Keep reading my vegan Granada guide to find out which is which.Read more
Doesn’t Andorra just sound magical? Maybe it’s just because it sounds so similar to Pandora. Either way, when I was in Barcelona and realised how kinda close Andorra is, I decided to go there on a day trip. In this article, I’m gonna try to answer the question: Is Andorra worth visiting?
I quite enjoy going to tiny countries, it’s just fascinating how small a country can be. So far, I’ve been to Liechtenstein and the Vatican. And now I can add Andorra to my “Tiny Country” list.
Andorra is the sixth smallest country in Europe, and its main income is winter tourism.Read more
I’m travelling at the moment from city to city to find the place I want to live. My constant companion, besides my boyfriend Jack, is my backpack. And it’s finally time… time for a new one! A new backpack that is, not a new boyfriend ;). But I don’t just want any new backpack, I want to find the best eco-friendly minimalist travel backpack out there. Join me on my journey to look for a new backpack and help me decide. I’m planning to buy my new backpack in December this year, so if you’re reading this before then, you can help me decide.
(Unfortunately) I’m not sponsored by any of those backpack companies, they are just the ones I found in my research on the topic. If you know any better companies or backpacks, I’m happy to hear about them. Just write it in a comment or contact me via e-mail.Read more
Cadaqués is a super picturesque small town in the Costa Brava region north of Barcelona. If you’re doing a day trip there from Barcelona to Cadaqués you can also visit some truly unique places nearby. I did a bit of a Salvador Dali-inspired day trip. Dali was a very eccentric, Spanish, surrealist artist, who lived in the 20th century in the area of Cadaqués. You probably know his most famous work “The Persistence of Memory” (the melting clocks painting).Read more