A road trip in Andalusia
Naming 4 of the most beautiful cities in Andalusia, Spain is actually a daunting task as Andalusia is full of beauty! Travelling Andalusia is especially magical in October when tourism is gone and temperatures are still reaching a summery level. When the white villages and the endless empty turquoise sandy beaches reveal its natural beauty and sparkle. Making a road trip is probably the best thing you can do: Going with the flow, day by day to beachside towns or mountain hamlets, whereever it takes you. Relaxing, hanging, soaking up the warm autumn sun and pampering us with delicious tapas! The journey started in Sevilla, took us to Jerez de la Frontera, Cádiz, Vejer de la Frontera, Tarifa, Jimena de la Frontera, Ronda and back to Sevilla. The perfect round trip and here’s my summery and list of 4 of the most beautiful cities in Andalusia.
4 summer highlights in Barcelona. That’s a fraction of all the adventures. It is funny how this summer somehow feels like both: so long and so short! Starting off in April when we arrived in Barcelona and since then going and flowing. Technically it is already autumn – and yes, days are getting shorter, nights chillier. But: I am still greeting the sun every morning, embracing the warmth and the slight ocean breeze [ picture me in skirt and barefoot on the terrace ]. Total happiness! While I am really looking forward to Christmas time, it makes me sad to realise this year comes to an end. Well, nothing lasts forever I guess – except for the many experiences, memories and moments I have been collecting a long the way, treasuring in my heart for ever. I am recording 4 summer highlights that spontaneously come to my mind.
Planning a trip to Barcelona? Lucky you! Or still looking for the perfect sunny weekend vacay destination? → Barcelona! Anyways, get some inspiration with my free Barcelona Guide with 10 unique places to eat. You’ll be safe and happy – at least on the culinary side, promised! Complete version with shopping and to do hints coming soon.
Barcelona guide with 10 unique places to eat – what?
A free online guide for travellers who like to eat in the coolest spots in town.
- 10 unique places to eat that will surprise you – all personally tested by me 😉
- an online map with all the spots – so you’ll always find the nearest place from where you stand
- three reasons why you should go there
- photos and design by me
Time flies. It’s been already two months and while typing this I am replaying the game in my head. The first month was mainly about organizing stuff, furnishing the apartment and settling down a bit. The second month was completely different and a special highlight to remember forever: Birthday fiestas for days and lots of amigos coming over from Switzerland to celebrating it right! Hence I thought it’s time to reflect and simply reminisce – plus to give you an update…
From Zurich to Barcelona. It’s been two weeks since we’ve been here and started building a new life in a new place. Most appreciated so far: Barcelona’s SUN!! Since we are here, we’ve been waking up to sunshine and blue skay e v e r y day! Except for the Sunday night when we arrived: that particular evening it was raining hahaha! It might look like we would be hanging around, relaxing and sunbathing all day – wrong! Read on to learn more about our new home and the first achievements.
The first days were pretty tough, as we’ve spent most of the time scouting and shopping of furnitures – translation: walking 758 km with 3 blisters, checking out store after store. Not that I would complain 😉 Poco a poco we’re getting there and making our new home feel cozy and comfy.
Being in a new place means walking with open eyes, observing and perceiving with all senses. Discovering every corner and detecting new favorite spots. With the sun on my face and calma in my heart. So much love, excitement and curiosity about this city!
6 favorite food and drink spots in Zurich where I’ve spoilt myself with generous brunches, dinners and aperitivi [ in other words: where I spent my money ]. 6 places I love and I am truly gonna miss. I am also writing about my #zürilove and the last days in this city: Feelings of happy gratitude, bittersweet melancholy and crazy excitement for what’s next to come! Ciao Züri – Hola Barcelona.
The year-long warm climate, the city beach, the incredible cultural diversity and the world-class dining scene invite to a perfect sunny get-away. Or a creative timeout for months what I am up to do. Barcelona is iconic and contemporary all at once. The magical works of Gaudi add a distinct cultural identity and historic feel to this metropolitan city. The people are laid back, warm-hearted and friendly. All of this makes Barcelona one of the coolest and most popular hotspots in Europe. I fell in love with the city and its people in 2007 – 10 years ago. It’s been my first time in Spain [ except for Mallorca where I was before ] and I came back full of dreams and eager.