This month’s carnival includes posts from all around Europe. Hope you enjoy!
In Photos: Gaudi’s Barcelona by Laurence from Finding the Universe
I am fascinated by Gaudi and how his mind worked. Laurence has posted some brilliant photos of the artist’s works in Barcelona.
Eiffel Tower in the Mist by Paul from Paris Inspired
Paul always has some great photos and interesting stories to tell. I love these photos of misty Paris.
Galileo Museum in Florence Italy by Average Traveller
Florence has so many fascinating museums. The Galileo Museum is a great place to visit for astronomy buffs or for anyone wanting to get away from the maddening crowds at the Uffizi.
A Budget Travel Guide to Bulgaria from Nerd Wallet
I imagine Bulgaria is generally quite budget friendly anyway but these tips will definitely come in handy when I visit Bulgaria this summer. I’d especially love to visit the Dancing Bears Park which thankfully has no dancing bears.
Isles of Scilly by Kenneth Lange
The mysterious sounding Isles of Scilly with their Mediterranean climate, white sandy beaches and friendly locals. All that in Northern Europe?
The Eighth Hill: EUR, Rome’s Modernist District from Sharing Travel Experiences
This is definitely an off the beaten path area of Rome. I particularly love the ‘Square Colosseum’.
6 of Scotland’s Top Golf Courses from The Edinburgh Travel Guide
Check this out if you want to play golf in Scotland.
Infiorata di Noto 2012 by Kate from Driving Like a Maniac
A Sicilian flower festival with a difference. Chocolate, gelato and flower artwork. I should really get to Sicily!
Northern Italy Road Trip: Bressanone by Jul from This International Life
Road trips are great. Northern Italy is great. What’s not to love?
Copenhagen’s Vesterbro District by Nathalie from Perfect Boutique Hotel
Vesterbro looks like a really cool part of Copenhagen but then again all of Copenhagen is cool in my experience.
A Day in Colmar by Andy of Grounded Traveler
I’ve heard many great things about Colmar, it’s particularly well known for its Christmas market but you can see from Andy’s post it’s worth visiting all year round.
Marmore’s Falls: World’s Tallest Man Made Waterfall by Laurel from Monkeys and Mountains
This waterfall in Umbria was made by the Romans in 271BC! The Romans were busy people!
The Best Fish and Chips in Scotland by Shanna from There and Back Again
Living in France means no fish and chips for me and I miss it! I might have to head up to Scotland to test out some of these places.
5 Things to Know Before Visiting Rom’s Cinecittà Movie Studio by Keane Li.
What an amazing place to visit for lovers of Italian cinema, like me! La Dolce Vita and many other famous films and TV shows were shot here and this tour is something I would love to do on my next trip to Rome.
5 Things to Do in Istanbul by Ali from Ali’s Adventures
Istanbul is on my dream destination list. I’m not sure when I’ll finally get there but this list of things to do will definitely help me out although ‘Eat’ will probably be first on my list.
That’s all for this month’s carnival, I hope it inspired you a little and you’ll get out and visit some of the places in the near future!
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