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#TRAVEL | My city break recommendations

hello hello. Here comes a travel post, right now im really into the idea of travelling. I mean i always am but at this time in my life i feel like its now or never. Im young, healthy and ready to explore and am looking to make this year a year of DO's in the travelling world. My first stop im hoping will be Amsterdam, so if you have been here i would be super super grateful if you left me some links to your posts down below :)

these are my ciry break recommendations and a few tips on where to visit, most of this places  have their own seperate detailed post as i have visited all of them! come on guys im not gonna recommend a place i havent been!! 

#1 ROME 


Rome is a highly cultural city which means where ever you visit you will be in awe of the architecture and the history the city holds. The fact that they have trams you can visit all over the city makes it jsut a little more easier to get things done and see what you want! Vatican city and the Colosseum warrent a visit, but be sure to book online before hand bcos the ques are mad!  


The buildings are a little something like a dollhouse village and look so quaint. I really adored the architecture here and i was beautiful. I only visited for one day for the christmas market and i wish i stayed over for a few days when the weather was better. It was absolutley freezing! I think we all went there without hats and gloves and ALL  returned with a full on set :') i would recommend a visit the museum there in bruges, although i ont remember the name and i think it was more of a information centre? haha but it had a bar and a cute little gift shop where you coulld buy of course...belgium chocolate!

Looks like costa rica right ?;) home to my favourite UK  beach, Bournemouth is a must visit. I think other than Cornwall's St Ives this beach is donned as one of the best. Its so sandy! The water is so clear, i remember visiting Clacton on sea which is in essex and they have a sandy beach but the water was not as clear as this! It is just so lovely to walk along the beach and have everything there, arcades, bars, fish and chips and sea life. Two places i recommend to visit - Sea Life & The walkabout bar - by far the best night out i have ever had! 

Winchester is like stepping back to Dickens London i can imagine, a little bit like the city of Rochester. They have beautiful catherdrals and pebble streets. There a lots of museums to visit and cute little shops that are all vintage and cute! You get a real community feel from this place and everyone seems warm and inviting - a place to visit is a club called VODKA.

sorry guys i went a UK cities on your ass! i would of included Brighton but im sure you are sick of those posts! haha.

let me know if you have visited any of these places or where you would like to visit!



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