Germany is obviously my number one place to spend Christmas, but there are a lot of places around Europe that do it (almost) just as well. There are lots of picturesque towns with great Christmas markets to choose from, but these are my favorite festive Christmas destinations in Europe: … More My Favorite Festive Christmas Destinations in Europe
Traveling as a vegan can be challenging. But that doesn’t mean you have to miss out on delicious food and cultural experiences. Some places are more vegan and vegetarian friendly than others. These are my favorite destinations for vegan food and the dishes to try there. … More My Favorite Destinations for Vegan Food
In November, I planned a trip to explore an underrated part of Europe: the Baltics. I did a loop covering Poland, Lithuania, Latvia, Estonia, Finland, Sweden and Copenhagen in three weeks without a single flight! I went from capital to capitol by bus, train and ferry. Here’s my full 3- week Baltic itinerary. … More 3 Weeks in the Baltics Itinerary
Copenhagen is one of those cities that people have been telling me for years that I should I visit. But somehow I never got to it. There were always bigger and better places, further away to see. But when I did finally visit Copenhagen as part as my tour around the Baltic Sea last November, I immediately loved it. There is plenty of great street food, the city is very walkable and public transport is pretty affordable. The best way to explore it though, is by bike. It’s the most bicycle friendly city in the world after all!