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    The Most Instagrammable Road Trip in Italy: two-week itinerary in Provence, Como, Tuscany, Cinque Terre

    If you are obsessed with aesthetics, travel and photography as we are – prepare to dive in the beauty of this unorthodox aesthetic travel experience!

    DISCLOSURE: We may earn a commission when you use one of our coupons/links to make a purchase. Lavender and sunflower fields of Provence, magnificent historic villas at Lake Como, Florence, Tuscany, Cinque Terre, Portofino, Camogli, French Riviera – seems overwhelming and impossible to discover with joy in two weeks. But we made the impossible. This […] More

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    5 things you must know before you go to Paris

    Paris is an extraordinary place to visit during any season of the year. The city of love has unique attractions to offer catering to virtually every taste. For those visiting for the first time, however, the wide variety of places to go and see, not to mention the language barrier can make the planning of […] More

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    5 tips for the best picnic in Paris

    I have not been in Paris for a while since I was traveling the whole summer, and I should admit that I’ve missed this city a lot. I, finally, had a great opportunity to come back to my beloved city in autumn for a project for Cartier. Autumn in Paris is really special. First of all, […] More

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    Top 5 most Instagrammable cafes in London

    London is full of beautiful places where you could take breathtaking pictures. You can find all the touristic spots such as Westminster Abbey, the Tower, or Big Ben in any tour guide yet not here. As London is one the most photogenic destinations, I will show you secret and charming spots to visit and to capture […] More

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    France: the lavender fields of Provence

    If you’re lucky enough to visit the South of France in summer, don’t miss a chance to see the nearby lavender growing regions. For me two words “Provence” and “lavender” have become inseparable, so I hardly imagine one without the other: the lavender farms burst into vivid purple colour spreading heavenly delicate fragrances that, for sure, […] More

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    Visiting Holland during tulip blossom season

    The Netherlands is known to the whole world for its flowers, especially for tulips. Thousands of tourists from all over the globe come to visit the blooming fields and the world-renowned flower parades in Harlem, Keukenhof and Amsterdam. The flower fields are not just chaotically stretched out throughout the country but are mainly concentrated around […] More

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    Spring in Paris: the best viewing spots for blossom season

    Are you eager to see Paris in full bloom? Throughout the months of March and April, thousands of trees across Paris and all over France burst in different shades of white and pink, bathing the land in my favourite colour. Paris during spring blossom has long been underestimated by the people across the globe until […] More

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    Land of wonders: Cappadocia in winter

    We had a mixed feeling about visiting Cappadocia during winter time but we couldn’t resist to Sami’s invitation to fly to this wonderful region and discover Cappadocia Cave Suites in February this year. Luckily, we don’t regret it. Cappadocia has so many things to offer, our days were full of activities even though travelling in winter […] More

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    Vacation mode-on: Mauritius

    On January the 30th there was National Plan for Vacation Day that reminds us to plan our vacay for the rest of the year. When it gets down to holidays, it’s the early planners who get their bags packed and are ready to fly away get the most appealing deals. With the low temperatures and continuous […] More

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    Forgotten museums of Paris

    According to some sacred law, Paris will always be the world’s capital of the painting and art. The shadows of artists and writers who create the unique atmosphere of the French capital as well as the feeling that the city prepares you for a new surprise and discovery walk along the streets in a noiseless […] More

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    Travel goals for 2018

    When I was little girl, I always remember hearing adults talking by the end of December about “how fast the year has gone.” I never used to understand what they meant, because when you’re a kid the years seem endless, and the time is slow stretching out in front of you forever, especially during high […] More

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