Estonia’s capital Tallinn is one of the best places to visit in Europe for the holidays. The Tallinn, Estonia Christmas Market during December can only be described in one word…enchanting. Europe’s best-preserved medieval city is a must-see at any time of year, but in December the Christmas lights add a touch of magic. Read on to find out why Tallinn, Estonia draws more than half a million visitors for their Christmas Market every year!
** This guide has been updated with 2023 dates! **
Fall in love with the charm and southern hospitality of Savannah, Georgia. If you’ve always wanted to explore an iconic southern American city, you need to visit Savannah. It’s my new favorite city in the South, and if you haven’t been yet – you’re in for a treat! Here are 14 fun things you must do on your first visit to Savannah.
Few travelers to Scandinavia have discovered the fairytale island of Ærø on the southern edge of Denmark. Ærø (pronounced “air-rue”) is a charming island with gentle rolling farmland and sleepy little villages. It’s a place where you don’t worry about leaving your bike unlocked, and local farmers sell fresh strawberries and peas outside of their home on the honor system. There are not very many places like Ærø left in the world.
Just off the Adriatic Sea, lies the mountainous coastal city of Kotor, Montenegro. It didn’t take long to be charmed by the stunning landscape beautiful architecture of Kotor.
Montenegro is one of Europe’s smallest countries, but it is emerging as one of the most popular Mediterranean hot spots! All you need is 48 hours to explore this charming bay city. I’ve covered everything you need to know for your 48 hour adventure in the Bay of Kotor!