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The fairy tale city of Bruges - One day in Bruges

Bruges was probably the most recommended city when asking people and researching for our trip to Belgium. Some things that impressed me in this city are the fact that every little corner in Bruges has a story and the fact that because of the significant number of around 80 canals it is called the Venice of the North.

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Art and culture in Brussels, Belgium / Two days itinerary

Belgium’s capital, Brussels, is an exciting city where you can discover your inner artist. Everywhere you look you see some kind of art, from paintings to graffiti, sculptures to galleries, markets and people, the city has a very bohemian feeling overall. I must admit that for me it was my favourite city from this trip. 

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48 hours in Brighton, UK

Brighton is situated in the South of the UK, and everybody thinks about the city as a summer destination, but it actually has a lot more to offer. Spending 48 hours in Brighton can be a perfect way to relax and enjoy a short trip to the UK. I will share with you my itinerary and how I spent 2 days in this lovely city.

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My first experience solo travelling in Malta and why you should do it?

One thing that I really liked is you’re never actually alone even when you travel solo. You will meet people that will have an impact on you, maybe you will actually keep these connections for a long time or become travel buddies.

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The smallest city that I lived in! Milton Keynes, United Kingdom

I am a city girl. I love to live in big cities where every day something happens. I love to be in crowded places, I love to listen to the noise of the city, the people roaming the streets, some hurried to get to their jobs, some just discovering the beauty of the city. I never considered living in a small city for a long period of time.

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Sunsets in Sorrento, Italy and what to see in this small city

 In Greek mythology, Sorrento was home to the sirens, who lured passing sailors onto the rocks with their beautiful songs. The fact that we had a trip planned for every day we were in Italy, left us exploring Sorrento (the place we had the accommodation in) only in the late afternoons or even nights.

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A mystery for us: Mount Vesuvius and Pompeii, Italy

Mount Vesuvius it`s impossible to miss in Naples – wherever you go, you can’t miss its flat top that dominates the coastline. I was really excited for this because we planned to go hiking to the crater, eat and then go to Pompeii.

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Rainy day in Naples, Italy, exploring the city by bus

Naples is well known for being the home of pizza and, well, for the mafia. It is definitely not one of the prettiest cities in Italy but what I liked the most about it, it`s the history, the fact that is an interesting place where you can definitely see the Italian culture.

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Sunny days in Alicante, Spain

I love Spanish culture, I love the food, the people, the language, the music, everything basically. Even if Romania is a Latin country, I still think that I was born in the wrong country. The trip to Alicante was the best thing that I did last year. Having my lovely boyfriend and the best girl in the world with me just made everything perfect. Alicante is such a nice city, not so crowded by tourists, with lovely beaches and food.

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7 Reasons to visit Norway in winter

As you can imagine already, the winter is always white in Norway. I am not a lover of cold weather and snow, but I definitely enjoyed the beauty of the city covered in white. I think winters in Norway are the most beautiful that I have ever seen.

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Hjørundfjord day trip

The Hjørundfjord located in the Sunnmøre Alps is one of the longest fjords in Norway. I had the chance to go there in a day cruise with Hurtigruten. I don`t have the words to describe the beauty of the Norwegian`s fjords but I definitely enjoyed the trip.  

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Norway`s National Day 17th of May

I was so impressed with the way Norwegians celebrate their National Day! In the city that I was staying everything stopped for that day. All the people were in the city centre watching the parade. And it was great!

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How everything started

Well, everything started for me in 2014 when a friend of mine practically forced me to go with her in the Erasmus programme. We had to choose between Norway and Bulgaria. I am from Romania, so Bulgaria was to close and boring, so we decided to go to Norway.

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