The statue of David is an iconic feature in Florence, Italy, created by the famous Italian artist Michelangelo. The marble statue is 17 feet tall and depicts the Biblical figure David, prior to his battle with Goliath. It is definitely a must-see when in Florence, but there is more than one way to see it. […]
Boboli Gardens is a famous spot in Florence, Italy behind Pitti Palace. The garden is touted as an elegant Italian-style garden with expansive green spaces and historical statues and fountains. This post will be a guide to what to expect when visiting Boboli Gardens, and if I think it is worth visiting or not.
Uffizi Gallery is the most visited art museum in Italy, and I can totally see why. It is definitely a must-see during a visit to Florence! This post is a guide to visiting Uffizi Gallery, including how early you have to show up to avoid super long lines, where to buy tickets, what you can […]
Malmö, Sweden is a short train ride away from Copenhagen, and makes for a great day trip if you are staying in the Danish city. Malmö is the third-largest city in Sweden, but it feels like a small town. It is full of cute streets and buildings, a canal, a castle, a windmill and even a […]
Anne Frank and her family are famous for hiding from the Nazis in Amsterdam during the Second World War. Anne was only 13 years old when she went into hiding with her parents, sister and another family. The building where they hid for 2 years is now a museum called the Anne Frank House, and […]
Visiting Kronborg Castle in Helsingør, Denmark was a highlight of my recent trip to Denmark. It is most well-known as being the setting for Shakespeare’s play Hamlet. Today I am sharing with you my Kronborg Castle travel guide, including what to expect when you go, the best time of year to visit and why the […]