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!
When people think of beautiful European cities, they often think of Florence, Paris, Vienna. But I think that Stockholm definitely deserves a place in the top 10 prettiest cities in Europe. From the old architecture of the Old Town to the hipster cafés, Stockholm manages to perfectly connect the old and the new. The city is both historic and modern, as well as painfully trendy. Here are the best things to do in Stockholm … More Things to Do in Stockholm
Not only is Tallinn one of the best preserved Medieval cities in Europe, it is also a major tech hub. Tallinn really wowed me and I highly recommend you visit. When you do, make sure you do these things in Tallinn: … More Things to Do in Tallinn
My first stop in the Baltic States was the capital of Lithuania: Vilnius. Vilnius has recently become a more popular destination in Europe, but is still pleasantly quiet in the low season. Vilnius is a beautiful city with lots of interesting buildings in different architectural styles. It’s not a big city, but there is certainly enough there to occupy yourself with for a long weekend. These are the best things to do in Vilnius: … More Things to Do in Vilnius