Travel Guide: Prague

Prague completely stole my heart when we visited in January. It is one of the most beautiful cities I’ve visited – the gothic architecture makes you feel as though you’re in a fairytale. It’s home to some of the best-kept architecture in Europe and it’s wonderfully charming. Between the gorgeous castles and cathedrals, the fantastic

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26 Photos That Will Make You Fall in Love with Prague

Prague is a truly magical city filled with fairytale castles, pastel-coloured facades, gothic architecture and so much culture and history. It’s not hard to fall in love at first sight. Check out some of my favourite photos from our trip a few weeks ago that will have you booking the next Easy Jet flight and

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Hotel Golden Star, Prague

  Our flight took off at 7am from Stansted Airport in London and we arrived in Prague around 10am – nice and early for a day’s worth of exploring! We grabbed a cab from the airport and headed to Hotel Golden Star, our home base for the next few days! Located right underneath Prague Castle and

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American Gal’s Guide to Paris

Growing up in the US, a trip to Paris always seemed like a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity and one that I never thought would become a reality. One of the greatest parts about living in the UK is the ability to travel to some of these places I’d always dreamed of going as a kid because they

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Panoramic Paris Views at Terrass Hotel

As I’m sitting here writing this post, I can’t believe it was a month ago that we ventured to Paris for my 26th birthday and our anniversary. It was the first time Ciaran and I had ever been to the beautiful city and it was truly one of the best weekends of my life. Without a

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Budapest

This past May, we travelled to Budapest for Ciaran’s cousin’s wedding. I was really excited to travel somewhere new and see a completely different side of Europe. Hungary’s capital city has some incredibly beautiful sights and is actually quite a complex city as it is really two towns combined into one. We were lucky that

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