5 Magical Places To Spend Christmas

Hey hey, it’s 22th December and Christmas is just around the corner. As usual, I am going to spend this Christmas at home with my loved ones. Unfortunately, I have never had the… Continue reading

A Guide to Agrigento’s Valley Of Temples

Centuries before Sicily became part of Italy, it was part of Magna Graecia, ‘Great Greece’. Magna Graecia, which included not only Sicily but also Calabria, Campania, Basilicata and Puglia, was for Greeks what… Continue reading

Photography Essay: Beach Sunsets #2

Summer is gone and Fall is right upon us. However, luckily, here in Portugal, days are still long and sunny and so that, I have been spending quite a few time at the… Continue reading

25 Symptoms That You Are a Travel Addict

Wanderlust is a serious disease without cure. It’s on my DNA and I was born like that (check ‘I was an Wanderluster Kid’). I just can’t change it. Some people say that there… Continue reading

10 Pics That Will Make You Wanna Fly to Wales

There is nothing like thinking about your future trips to forget how much you will have to work until they arrive. That’s why, on one of these days, I was scrolling down my… Continue reading

10 Reasons To Visit Puglia Next Summer

When you think about spending your summer in Italy, I’m sure you think about discovering the canals of Venice, exploring the ruins of Rome, visiting the galleries of Florence and shopping in the… Continue reading

5 Foods You Can’t Leave Sicily Without Trying

Italians cook well. That’s a fact that no one can deny. If you know someone who doesn’t like pizza, carbonara, panna cotta, tiramisu, bolognese, gelato or lasagna, let me know because I don’t… Continue reading

Ultimate Porto Bucket List: 15 Things To Do

Porto, also known as Oporto, is an enchanting and enchanted city at the same time. Although it’s located just 300 kilometers and around two hours and an half from Lisbon, the differences between… Continue reading

Must-Have: ‘1000 Places to See Before You Die’

‘1000 Places to See Before You Die’ is more than just a book, it’s a check list for life! Seeing and doing everything Patricia Schultz listed on this book is a life goal… Continue reading

Hôtel-Dieu de Beaune, the Palace of the Poor

When people think about visiting France, they normally think about visiting medieval castles, renowned museums, baroque gardens, elegant palaces and imposing cathedrals. However, some of France’s best attractions are far from this cliché,… Continue reading

Moroccan Mint Tea Recipe

There are two drinks you can’t leave Morocco without trying at least once: orange juice and mint tea, being mint tea the most delicious, as well as the most popular, not only between… Continue reading

My 5 Favorite Ways to Find New Travel Blogs

You know when you get tired of the blogs you follow and want something fresh? I totally get it! As each blogger has its own way of writting and taking pictures, even though… Continue reading

1 Day in Gibraltar: 6 Must-Dos

Gibraltar is pherhaps the most confusing place where I’ve already been. Near that beautiful turquoise bay and under that splendid sun that nevers stop shining, I would say I was in Spain if… Continue reading

Photography Essay: Beach Sunsets #1

Summer has finally arrived and it brought those long days relaxing and having fun at the beach. One of my favorite parts of those days is watching the sun slowly setting over the… Continue reading

Marrakesh Day Trip: the Ouzoud Falls

Having never visited the Niagara, the Plitvice, the Iguazu or the Victoria Falls, I have to say that the prettiest waterfalls I have ever seen on my entire life were the Ouzoud Falls,… Continue reading

15 Sites to See in Prague for Free

Prague is without any doubt one of the most charming european capitals. It’s also one of the cheapest. But if being cheap is not enough for you, notice that you can actually experience… Continue reading

Visiting Lisbon? Give up of your heels

A couple of days ago, I watched an interview to a Portuguese actress in which she told the interviewer that being a woman in Lisbon is much more difficult than being an woman… Continue reading

I was an Wanderluster Kid!

Many travel bloggers and youtubers say that, at a certain point of their lifes, they were bited by the travel bug and that’s how their passion for travelling begun. In most of the… Continue reading