It’s February and it’s time for travelling! That’s why I’m writing this blog post right now, duh, and I’m also getting excited just by thinking about planning all the city trips I have in mind! I’m not a huge lover of weeklong stays in the Maldives, I’m more the weekend-stay kinda girl – exploring new cities, rather than soaking up the sun on the beach all day.
In this blog post, I’m going to show you the cities I want to visit this year and the places I want to see!
Amsterdam hasn’t been on my bucket list for too long, and I didn’t really think about going there ever. Until I saw all the beautiful pictures of Amsterdam. I can’t explain why this city has always been under my radar but I definitely want to make up for it and go there to see the gem of a city, that is Amsterdam, myself.
Berlin, the capitol of Germany. I wanted to go there since forever, and I always told myself that one day I’m going to see this city. It’s big, it’s loud, and it’s artsy. And I finally want to experience the ‘Berlin Vibe’ myself.
As Berlin, Hamburg is my favourite German city (apart from Munich of course), and I definitely want to go there! I’m beyond excited to finally see ‘Speicherstadt’! My mum has been in Hamburg once, and she absolutely adored it, and I think I’m definitely going to love it as well.
I can already check Innsbruck off of my bucket list, because we’ve already been there last weekend. All I can say is: It’s pretty and so cute! Innsbruck is a small town in-between huge mountains. Even though, I am from Austria I just never had the time (or the endurance) to drive five hours, just to see this city. But now I’m living in Munich and it’s just one and a half hour away, so I took this opportunity and finally got to see this pretty city.
Yes, another German city, but hey I’m here for six months, so I have to take the chance to visit all these cool places. Similar to Amsterdam, Cologne has always been under my radar. But I want to see this city myself, before I dismiss it as a boring city – and I am sure Cologne is pretty exciting.
6. London + Cambridge
I visited London and Cambridge a few years ago and I yearn to finally go back there. I loved it, and if there would be a stronger word than ‘love’, I’d use that one. Great Britain has always been my favourite and I can’t wait until I finally (finally, finally) will be able to live there permanently!
So, that’s it. Seven cities, six trips and I’m so excited to take you along with me!