2 Weeks in Italy – Costs, Itinerary and Getting Around

In the summer of 2016 I spent around three weeks in Italy. Combining my experience of that trip with other times I’ve visited Italy and considering the amount of time and money people will have to take a trip, I’ve cut my itinerary down to two weeks. In this post I’ll outline costs of food, … More 2 Weeks in Italy – Costs, Itinerary and Getting Around

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Antwerp, Belgium 

When I was planning our trip to Brussels I knew I wanted to incorporate day trips to both Antwerp and Amsterdam into the itinerary. After studying Flemish art and the Renaissance in Northern Europe extensively at university in St Andrews I had racked up more than a few churches, buildings and sculptures I wanted to explore in all three cities. Booking.com … More Antwerp, Belgium 

Lisbon to Porto

There are a few ways to travel from the Portuguese capital of Lisbon to the northern city of Porto. A distance of just over 300 kilometres means its just a few hours drive, by bus or on the train and less than an hour by plane. Each of these have their pros and cons, but to fly is usually … More Lisbon to Porto

Budapest, Hungary

This post contains sponsored content. Budapest has the perfect balance of both Central and Eastern Europe that makes it unique, intriguing and always leave me wanting to return. During our 5 week trip through Europe last summer, we used Budapest and Vienna as transitional stops between the Mediterranean and Eastern Europe. The first time we visited was in … More Budapest, Hungary

Milan to Venice

If you follow my Cheap Flights series (if not you can read the latest instalment here) you’ll know Milan often crops up as one of the cheapest places to fly from Scotland. Because of its location, its the perfect starting point for an Italian trip or to spend a few days eating, shopping and sightseeing … More Milan to Venice