My father always said that if he could pick any trait to pass along to me and my sister, it would be the love of travel. From a very early age he would take us to amazing places to learn about the unique cultures and rich histories of each location we visited. Over the years my love for travel has turned into a passion, taking me all across the globe to learn about the unique histories of each city, meet interesting people, and experience new and exciting things. The one thing I have learnt through all of my travels is to never be afraid to try something new and different. In fact, the best way to learn about a new place is to experience it the way locals do. Venture off the beaten path once and a while, get lost, and make new friends on your travels. You never know what amazing adventure awaits.
My favourite places
The birthplace of the Renaissance, Florence is not short on beauty and history. Visit the many museums and art galleries, climb the Duomo for beautiful 360 degree views of the city, or take a day to explore the many wineries in the Tuscan hills. From history buffs to shoppers, there is something for everyone here.
A stunning seaside town, take some time to wander the streets, visit the Monte Carlo Casino, see the Changing of the Guard at the Palace, or my personal favorite, spend some time in the botanical garden overlooking the sea. Monte Carlo is a perfect stop between Italy and France, or a day trip from Nice.
Paris provides so much for clients to do. With multiple museums and art galleries and great shopping and food, this city has something for every type of traveller. Once the sun sets, watch as the city lights up, showcasing its beauty and splendor. An evening cruise on the Seine is a magnificent way to take it all in.
This an excellent city for fans of music, movies, and history. Tour the numerous museums, castles, and palaces to learn about the rich history of Britain, or see where some of your favorite movies and TV shows are filmed. After a day of touring, take advantage of all the culinary expereiences the city has to offer.
Did you know?
- Visit San Miniato al Monte in Florence above the Piazzale Michelangelo for breathtaking views of the city.
- London is one of the most diverse cities, with over eight million residents and over 300 languages spoken.
- The Oceanographic Museum in Monaco is very popular. There you can see deep-sea predators and tropical fish.
- The main bell in the Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris, France weights over 13 tonnes and is called Emmanuel.