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Known for being the birthplace of Flamenco, Seville is a unique city that blends Spanish culture with its Moorish past. Filled with colorful houses, narrow streets, and delicious tapas, it’s the perfect place to explore on a warm summer weekend.
Barcelona is a city full of beautiful street corners, unique architecture, and incredible food. It’s perfect for exploring on foot, and a heaven for photographers and foodies.
I’m lucky to have called San Francisco my home for the last 3 years. In this post, I’ll share with you some of my favorite spots around the city—including the most photogenic locations and the tastiest restaurants.
London was the first city I ever visited in Europe, and it’s considered a great starting point to the rest of Europe not only because of language, but also its convenient underground subway system. Here’s an itinerary to explore London in less than 24 hours, planned out with each location not too far from the next.
Paris was one of the first cities I visited after graduating from college, and it was without a doubt one of the most hectic and intimidating travel destinations I’ve ever come across. Here’s a list of things I think you should do when you visit, as well as some tips and gotchas for each location.
With a film camera, there’s no way to see what you’ve snapped until much later, until you’ve filled up your camera and gotten all your photos developed, so you really have to think hard about the composition of your photo, as well as find that perfect moment to capture.
Also on the list of the World’s most livable cities, Sydney was a city full of beautiful beaches, lovely people, cuddly (and scary) animals, picturesque skylines, and amazing food.
Melbourne was coined the world’s most livable city for 7 years in a row. After experiencing Melbourne’s amazing food from its melting pot of different cultures and interacting with its friendly and upbeat people, I can see why it’s reigned on top for so long.
24 hours in Florence—let’s go! Considered the birthplace of the Renaissance, this beautiful city is filled with famous masterpieces such as Michelangelo’s David and Sandro Botticelli's The Birth of Venus.
Although Venice has plenty of places dedicated to tourists and large crowds, it’s easy to step away from the main road and into quieter, more secluded alleyways.
Ciao a tutti! After spending three days in Rome, I felt like I had barely scratched its surface when I left. Although filled with many tourist traps and large crowds, there are also quieter neighborhoods (such as Trastevere or Monti) scattered across the city that will give you a taste of the local lifestyle.
Here’s a little something different from me: a vlog :) I recently visited Seattle for Memorial Day Weekend and brought along my DJI Osmo Mobile 2 gimbal. I paired it up with my iPhoneX to stabilize the footage and created a video, along with a text+image guide of 10 fun things to do around Seattle!
I recently went on a weekend getaway to Los Angeles with two friends from school. Within less than 72 hours, we were able to hit up some of the most scenic places in the city while eating some of the most delicious foods along the way. Here’s 13 highlights from my trip that I highly advise you check out while you’re in L.A.!