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9 of The Most Romantic Cities In The World! - Hand Luggage Only - Travel, Food & Home BlogHand Luggage Only

9 of The Most Romantic Cities In The World! - Hand Luggage Only - Travel, Food & Home BlogHand Luggage Only

MADRID, SPAIN one of the  5 cheapest cities in Europe Spain’s largest city happens to be the home of the World Tourism Organization so that gives you a clue that they know how to treat visitors. Much of its old city has been preserved, giving it an Old World feel that visitors adore. Average room price:  $110

MADRID, SPAIN one of the 5 cheapest cities in Europe Spain’s largest city happens to be the home of the World Tourism Organization so that gives you a clue that they know how to treat visitors. Much of its old city has been preserved, giving it an Old World feel that visitors adore. Average room price: $110

Last post for a while from my @viking_cruises trip because I've just landed in Sydney!!! But I'm saving all the best for last because starting with where this photo was taken in Strasbourg France -- our Viking Cruise just got better and better every day toward the end until I felt like I just never ever wanted to leave Europe. Excepting that the next job was calling of course! Famous last words. Naturally I fell in love with Strasbourg at first sight because I'm such a huge Francophile. But…

Last post for a while from my @viking_cruises trip because I've just landed in Sydney!!! But I'm saving all the best for last because starting with where this photo was taken in Strasbourg France -- our Viking Cruise just got better and better every day toward the end until I felt like I just never ever wanted to leave Europe. Excepting that the next job was calling of course! Famous last words. Naturally I fell in love with Strasbourg at first sight because I'm such a huge Francophile. But…

London is huge; in fact, it’s the 25th largest city in the world and home to 8.5 million people. Naturally, London has a variety of transport links to help its inhabitants get around. While I like the antiquity of the tube and the adorable red buses, I am not the biggest fan of the London transport because of their lack of efficiency and price. But let’s not focus on that, but rather on how to best get around London like a local, even if you are a first time visitor.

London is huge; in fact, it’s the 25th largest city in the world and home to 8.5 million people. Naturally, London has a variety of transport links to help its inhabitants get around. While I like the antiquity of the tube and the adorable red buses, I am not the biggest fan of the London transport because of their lack of efficiency and price. But let’s not focus on that, but rather on how to best get around London like a local, even if you are a first time visitor.

Windmills, cycling, Van Gogh, and canals are all part of Amsterdam’s storied charm, but there’s more to the Dutch capital than its most apparent associations. For a taste of the “new” Amsterdam, grab a drink at Droog, a renovated 17th-century hotel with just one room

Windmills, cycling, Van Gogh, and canals are all part of Amsterdam’s storied charm, but there’s more to the Dutch capital than its most apparent associations. For a taste of the “new” Amsterdam, grab a drink at Droog, a renovated 17th-century hotel with just one room

Esprit-home Barcelona. What makes the second-biggest city in Spain one of the most fascinating places in the world? It is the only city in Europe with more than a million inhabitants that is located directly on the coast.

Esprit-home Barcelona. What makes the second-biggest city in Spain one of the most fascinating places in the world? It is the only city in Europe with more than a million inhabitants that is located directly on the coast.

At night, the area around the Galata Tower becomes a meeting place for students and hippies, who sit around the base of the historic tower with beers, guitars and drums.

At night, the area around the Galata Tower becomes a meeting place for students and hippies, who sit around the base of the historic tower with beers, guitars and drums.

Windmills, cycling, Van Gogh, and canals are all part of Amsterdam’s storied charm, but there’s more to the Dutch capital than its most apparent associations. For a taste of the “new” Amsterdam, grab a drink at Droog, a renovated 17th-century hotel with just one room

Windmills, cycling, Van Gogh, and canals are all part of Amsterdam’s storied charm, but there’s more to the Dutch capital than its most apparent associations. For a taste of the “new” Amsterdam, grab a drink at Droog, a renovated 17th-century hotel with just one room

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