Because Belgium is modest in size and has a great public train network, you can visit a lot of places in a single trip. While most people base themselves in Brussels, that is not my favorite city in Belgium. As most people would agree, it’s rather dirty and lacks the charm of smaller Belgian towns. These are some of the best places to visit in Belgium that aren’t Brussels, although you could also do them as day trips from Brussels: … More The Best Places to Visit in Belgium That Aren’t Brussels
If there is one region in Italy that really takes the crown when it comes to food, it’s Emilia-Romagna. This region in the north of Italy is home to some of the most famous Italian culinary products. When in Emilia-Romagna, here are a few dishes and products you absolutely have to try: … More Things to Eat in Emilia-Romagna and Bologna
Oh, Ireland, country of fun and beauty. After visiting Ireland for the first time, it immediately became one of my favourite countries. I felt so at home here, with the friendliest people and the epic landscape. If you’re looking for your next destination, here are the places you can’t miss in Ireland. … More Places to visit in Ireland
Inishmore, the largest of the Aran Islands is a must see when visiting Ireland. The stunning island with its kind people offers a peek into the Ireland of the Celts.
The island is easily reached by ferry from Roshill, which travels twice a day. Though a lot of people opt for a day trip, I would recommend staying at least one or two nights. Especially in the fall, the island is the perfect place to unwind and relax. And there is plenty to keep you busy if the weather allows. … More Things to Do on Inishmore
The Aran Islands are a group of three islands off the coast of Galway, Ireland. If you find yourself in Ireland, they are a must visit.
The islands were first cultivated around 3000-4000 years ago by the Celts. The rocky islands were devoid of vegetation. By clearing the rocks and creating soil from layers of seaweed and sand the Celts created farmland. This method took about 300 years and has left the islands covered in the iconic small fields surrounded by stone walls. … More Why you Should Visit the Aran Islands