Even though I have recently returned to the UK after three years of gallivanting around mainland Europe, there’s still so much of this beautiful continent that I have left to see that I’m constantly thinking about when my next trip somewhere could be. Maybe a few days in the south of France? Or a brief trip to Dublin?! To be honest, if someone were to tell me to book a trip tomorrow, I’d struggle to choose between all the places I am lusting after right now.
Anyone who knows what happened on my mini euro trip in May will know why I want to visit Rome, but for those of you who don’t, think pizza, pasta, culture and, well, IT’S ROME! I just have all these glorious visions of roaming the streets with some gelato, the sun shining and all of this Italian floating around that I don’t need to understand to enjoy. Doesn’t that sound like perfection?
I’m constantly kicking myself for not visiting the south of France when I lived in Paris. This is something that has only gotten worse the more invested in travelling I have been and since I discovered Chic Resorts it’s intensified even more. I’ve been eyeing one of their apartments with free standing bath tub with major plans for a glass of wine and a soak after a long day of exploring. Bliss.
I’ve been wanting to visit Copenhagen for about a year now, and I was offered a free hotel there not so long after I started looking into it, however the flights from Frankfurt to Copenhagen were so expensive that I could never justify going when so many places were cheaper to visit. But that was then. I’ve already spotted several cheap flights from London to Copenhagen and after my mum’s recent day trip there on her cruise, well, it’s as good as a done deal.
Stockholm was never high on my radar until my mum got back from a recent cruise with Princess. They videoed a lot of the cruise and the city stops they made, which meant that guests could relive their experiences at home, but also see some of the excursions they may have passed up on. The city tour excursion in Stockholm had me within seconds and now it’s a firm favourite of mine for an upcoming trip!
I’ve wanted to visit Dublin ever since I was a teenager, partly because a lot of my family’s heritage comes from Ireland, but also because it looks like an incredible city. Of course, I never bothered with visiting Dublin when we were living elsewhere because it didn’t make any sense spend more money travelling from further away, but now we are going to be stationed in London I am so eager to try and figure out the best way to get to Dublin… not to mention how soon I can do it!
This post was sponsored by Chic Resorts, however all thoughts, opinions and major wanderlustings are my own.