Food is a big reason people travel to Europe. Just because you’re vegan/vegetarian doesn’t mean you have to miss out!
Canals, bikes, and vegan food, oh my! Amsterdam in the spring was lovely.
Hi there! Just some updates about what’s to come.
We got more than we bargained for in Cologne.
We arrived in Munich in time for the Starkbierfest, a happy surprise.
We soaked up the last bits of the coast in Split before heading back to the cold.
Dubrovnik was a beautiful city and we were lucky to go at the perfect time!
This is not what we expected.
The Amalfi Coast is the most beautiful place either of us have ever been.
We’re off hiking the Wales Coast Path for the next two months!
We disagree about our feelings for Rome. It was fun seeing friends though!
Florence was a beautiful city. Hopefully if you go, you’ll better weather!
We encountered more beautiful Alps during our last stops in Austria!
Salzburg had a completely different feel than Vienna – in a very good way!
We can’t wait to go back to Budapest! Snow and cold be damned!
We both really enjoyed our short stay in the capital of Slovakia.
Vienna was disappointing, but their library made up for a lot.
Pilsen & Cesky Krumlov were two very different towns!
Prague certainly met our expectations – we can see why everyone loves it!
The gloomy weather set the atmosphere for our tour of Auschwitz.
Krakow was a nice surprise – we’d love to go back!
Warsaw was an okay start to our time in Eastern Europe.
We’ve been on the road one month already – time flies!
Berlin is historic, exciting, and a great city to visit!
Hamburg was not our favorite city, but still decently enjoyable.
What we spent and where we went in Copenhagen.
A review of the Copenhagen Card and where we went with it.
Copenhagen remains one of our favorite cities to this day!
What we spent and where we went in Iceland.
The Golden Circle Tour was a splurge, but worth it!
We made the best of our 55 hours in Iceland!
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