How does one do Hong Kong in two and a half days? Simple. Eat well, hike it off, do some shopping, and see some friends. Hong Kong remains one of my favorite cities in the world for gastronomic pleasures and for ease of walking.
An eternal city of seven hills, love, and pasta. Oh, the pasta. Rome is a foodie’s paradise and a historian’s dream wrapped in beautiful packaging and served up on a marble platter. Take the time to appreciate the Italian capital.
Cinque Terre is well known for its colorful homes and the region proudly boasts of pesto, focaccia, and seafood. Come see what else makes it magical.
There are many delightful cities in the world to visit and not many rise to the top of that list. Amsterdam does.
What you’ll find, beyond the bicycles and cheese and canals is a laidback urban capital that is easy to traverse and even easier to love.
Prague and Vienna might be the capitals of neighboring nations but each city has a dramatically different feel. One is full of beer, ancient buildings, and bridges.
The other is modern with a regal feel and chocolate. Lots of chocolate. And coffee. And did I mention chocolate?
One could spend a lifetime in Budapest and never tire of the food, the wine, or the grace of a cosmopolitan capital mixed with a small-town feel. Whether you’ve never been or traveled many times, read about what Buda (and Pest) have to offer.
The triangle of Budapest, Prague, and Vienna is a stellar vacation idea. But each city has its nuances and you’ll want to consider some of these pre-trip suggestions before you go!