There are many ways to enjoy spring in Zurich; from drinks in the sun, to leisurly afternoons spent playing boule or by the water.
Back in 2017, we spent a weekend exploring Helsinki. Here are some highlights.
We spent only 48 hours in Turin, but I immediately fell in love with the city’s unique appeal. It might be comparable to Milan, and some say it’s the Italian version of Vienna. But to me, its vibe was something different altogether.
It is always great when things I like come together. So, I just have to feature this new store by Aesop in Rome designed by Studio Luca Guadagnino.
On our way to Pantelleria we spent one night in Bergamo and spent a few hours to explore this beautiful town in Northern Italy.
When the hydrangeas in Tokyo are in full bloom, Tokyoites venture to temples and parks to see the hydrangea flower. If you find yourself in Tokyo in June, keep your eyes open for these gorgeous flowers and visit a hydrangea festival or Ajisai Matsuri as they are called in Japan.
The High Line and its surrounding areas quickly became one of my favorite areas in all of Manhattan. Read all about my love for The High Line and find some things to do nearby in this post.
The selection of hotels in Tokyo is vast and ranges from affordable capsule hotels and hostels, to Airbnb apartments, business hotels and traditional Ryokan. To make your search for a perfect hotel in Tokyo a bit easier, here are three affordable hotels in Tokyo.
Zurich has a great many things to offer during the colder months. Here are ten things I like to do in Zurich in winter.
On a trip to Helsinki, we had to pay the Aalto house and studio a visit. Find some impressions from inside both buildings in this post.
Some might say Tokyo is not a walkable city. I heavily disagree, you just have to keep a few things in mind when you plan on exploring Tokyo by foot.
Kamakura is a sea-side town only a 50-minute train ride from Tokyo Station. I spent a beautiful June day exploring Hase and Enoshima, come and join me!
From the ground, Tokyo seems like a conglomeration of different and diverse cities, commercial centres and towns. But, it’s on top of one of Tokyo’s many skyscrapers, where you will realise: Tokyo is endless. See some pictures taken from Tokyo City View up on Mori Tower for proof.
Jetlagged and tired on day one in Tokyo, I distracted myself from sleep by walking through Harajuku.