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Did you know that one of the tallest cathedrals in Europe is in Strasbourg, France? It's so tall I couldn't even fit it into one frame! The architecture and details of the building do though and they are incredible! .
During our last visit we went from Colmar to Strasbourg and I have to say, as much as I loved wandering around the old part of Strasbourg, I did prefer the small town charm of Colmar more! Have you visited both? I'd love to hear which one you preferred!.
It's interesting thinking how this incredible landmark is just a normal part of the neighbourhood I live. I walk past flocks of tourists earnestly capturing their own keepsakes, while I'm just strolling home from work, usually hauling bags of groceries.
Part of the Belfast peace wall, built in 1969 following the outbreak of northern Ireland riots. Built with the promise of only being there for 6 months. A wall in which 75 per cent of the population voted to keep up, as even to this day they feel safer with it there.. all info in which I had to Google because the tour guides accent was far to strong for me to understand anything he said haha
I visited Dublin for the first time back in October 2017, at the same time storm Ophelia hit Ireland. The days were cloudy, windy and rainy, but I still enjoyed my time here.
Couldn't have been a true Dublin experience without visiting the Guinness Storehouse.
It was an interesting experience to learn about beer and Ireland's history, even though I'm not a beer drinker.🍺 Have you been to Guinness yet?
🇸🇪 Norr Mälarstrand, Stockholm
In a city surrounded by islands and enriched with history and culture, you will find plenty of great things to do 👌🏻
Be sure to end one of your days in the Swedish capital city by watching the sun go down over the shimmering surface of Lake Mälaren. The best spot to do this from would be Norr Mälarstrand – a leafy Stockholm trail that provides breathtaking panorama views of the Old Town. ⚠️ Tip: Book a flight ✈ to Sweden during summer time and enjoy 17 hours of daylight 🌞
Located on the banks of the Douro river, Ribeira is the most beautiful and liveliest district in Porto’s old town. The colorful houses dotting the riverbank ensure Ribeira retains it’s old school charm. What a beautiful sight on this beautiful afternoon! I m in my happy place 😍