Venice is one of my favorite cities in Italy, and one of the world’s most romantic cities (before Paris). Its stunning architecture, unique bridges, colorful streets, the gondolas floating across picturesque canals. Ah, I will never stop loving the ‘City of Water’ Venice.
Although Venice is a small city, there is still so much to see. Most of people plan just few days to stay, therefore I have created a short list of my favorite experiences in Venice.
Finally answering the most asked question via direct messages on Instagram. Through a blogpost is easier to list all my favorite places where to eat and drink in Paris, and have a page to send it over to everyone. This post is 100% not sponsored, but I love to share my favorite spots with you.
Few of them might be too popular, pricy and always crowded. However these places are iconic and must visit hotspots in Paris. From vegan to opulent Parisian restaurants, celebrity hotspots to plant-based cafés, I have listed numerous places for everyone. Scroll down and save them on your google maps!
As you may have seen on my Instagram stories, last week I was in Paris with Julia for few days and we finally got the change to visit Musée Rodin.
Certainly museums such as the Louvre or the Musée d’Orsay are among the largest and most impressive museums in Paris. They are listed in every top 10 list of Parisian museums, but smaller Parisian museums deserve attention too, just like the impressive Rodin Museum.
In general Maldives islands are the epitome of luxury. The white sands, sparkling water, and the beautiful palm trees make it the best destination for honeymooners. With idyllic water villas to numerous fancy restaurants, unforgettable sunsets, Maldives surely possesses the power of adding world-class comfort to your holiday.
What happens when you stay in a dreamy tropical island villa? You take tons of pictures, and will never finish posting. Many of you were struggling to load all pictures from Soneva Fushi blogpost. So today I decided to post a ‘Photo Journal’ with pictures of our villa.
A perfect and sophisticated tropical minimalism: clean lines, wooden water villas and all white beach front pool area overlooking the 50-shades-of-blue Indian ocean. The ultimate dream honeymoon destination.
New week, new hotel review from the Maldives. Right after we checked out from Soneva Fushi, first we flew to Malé International Airpot (MLE) in order to take the seaplane transfer to COMO Maalifushi.
On our arrival to MLE, we were greeted by the friendly COMO Maalifushi staff with welcome drinks and snacks. While waiting at the relaxing COMO Maalifushi lounge for the seaplane transfer, a staff member took care of our check-in. After a spectacular 60-minute seaplane flight from Malé, we arrived to the resorts Jetty Arrival and the view over COMO Maalifushi was already surreal.
Mesmerizing beauty, laid-back luxury, rustic brilliance, superlative privacy and a slow life attitude: Soneva Fushi makes all your luxury eco-resort dreams come true.
Last week I’ve visited Maldives for the first time, and Soneva Fushi – made all my luxury eco-resort dreams come true. For me luxury means time, peace, emotion and freedom. Luxury is about feeling the sand on your feet surrounded by beauty and extreme tranquility, dine under the moonlight with the ocean breeze. Luxury is about connecting with nature and to reconnect with yourself. Swimming in clear turquoise water, and to eat organic fresh food. All these luxuries can be found at Soneva Fushi, where you can experience the real lush eco-resort in a rare tropical paradise hideaway.
Perhaps the cutest and most instagrammable island, the Venetian lagoon Burano was first established by the Romans, famous for Burano lace and bold colored homes. Burano is 7 km (4 miles) from Venice, a 40-minute trip from Piazza San Marco (St. Mark’s Square) by a Venetian water bus/vaporetto.
The Yucatán Peninsula is more than a white-sand-beach exotic destination. This area has so much to offer, such as the unique and vibrant city Mérida. When I planned to visit Mexico, I definitely wanted to make a short trip to Mérida, which is the capital and largest city in Yucatan state in Mexico. Though it’s called “The White City” (named after its limestone buildings), Mérida has the kindest people, eye-catching colonial architecture, a unique heritage, charming museums, art galleries, great traditional Mexican food and many more.