Santorini vs Mykonos

 – By Kim Feldmann If there is one thing Greece doesn’t lack is islands. The country’s landmass is made up of thousands of islets which cover an extensive area of the Mediterranean, awarding it with the 11th longest coastline in the world. Many names spring to...

Scotland

– By Kim Feldmann A warrior spirit and a heart marked by Gaelic, Nordic, and Saxon heritages mould the Scottish culture, proud and singular. The kilt, the bagpipe, the intimidating sight of a plate of haggis accompanied by a glass of whiskey: everything is so...

Shopping in Vienna

 – By Kim Feldmann Austria’s capital city, Vienna, shows no shortage of options when the topic is “shopping”. Most stores open from 9h until 18h30, Monday to Friday, sometimes extending their working hours until 21h on Thursdays. On Saturdays, businesses tend to...

From Santa Maria to Rapallo

– By Kim Feldmann One of the (many) delights of Italy is its roads, bordered by medieval cities, sunflower fields, rich vineyards, mountains, and hills as far as the eye can see. That being said, it is only natural that many travelers opt for exploring the...

Castle Holidays

– By Kim Feldmann There is an increasing trend of “castle hotels” going on in Europe that even Airbnb has adhered to by adding  “castle” as an option under the “property type” filter – which doesn’t feel so unusual when realizing the list also comprises igloos,...