Milan: Top 3 Things to do in 1 day

Milan, the shopping capital of Italy, is a city easily reached by air, rail or road. I took the train from Switzerland, it took me around 4 hours with 2 train changes. The public transport system is well structured and its network is amazing. One trip costs 1.5 Euros, but a whole day pass costs…

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Easter break in Italy

Easter break is, unfortunately, the only long break we get this semester and I decided to spend it in Italy. My itinerary was to arrive in Milan, spend the rest of the day walking, eat good food, sleep. The next day I went to a port town called Genova, which is very famous for its…

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Spring is officially here

Hello all, I have been away from you guys for a while, don’t worry I am not quitting I have a few university assignments that took precedence and I will be done with them by this weekend. Spring is finally here in Switzerland bringing more sunshine, washing away the white layer for a more green…

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Glacier 3000: Getting over my fear

At a height of 3000m walking over a suspension bridge connecting two peaks was probably me trying to get over my fear of heights. Someone one told me people don’t fear heights, its the falling they fear. That sentence struck me deep and was so real i signed up for this trip from the my…

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Switzerland: My first week

If you have read my introductory blogs, you know that I am now in my last semester in Hospitality management and my school is in Switzerland. My last semester means I only have about 5 months to do everything I didn’t during my previous semesters. I landed in Geneva on the 3rd February, the train…

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Fantastic Markets and Where to Find Them

Keeping with the Christmas spirit I decided to release my list of the Fantastic markets and where to find them. Christmas in Europe has always had the best markets during the holiday season (I am claiming bias as I have only visited markets in Europe), and the best part is they start a week before…

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Prague: The city of cobbled streets, Christmas spirit and History

Prague, the Christmas destination for Christmas market enthusiasts from far and wide. Architecture enthusiasts come here to experience the medieval buildings, Gothic churches and the famous Charles bridge which was completed in 1402. History buffs come here to walk down the same town square which was the main marketplace since 10th century till the beginning…

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Vienna- City of Culture, Art and Architecture

Vienna, capital city to Austria widely celebrated as Europe‚Äôs culture capital where legends like Mozart and Beethoven made their home. Great place for art enthusiasts, architecture lovers and people who prefer places rich in culture. Easily accessible through Air, Rail, and Road Vienna is an international destination for all things creative. I entered Vienna by…

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Amsterdam- The City of Nutella, Sex and History

Have you ever been to a city which has something for everyone? yes, well so does Amsterdam. Amsterdam, capital city to Netherlands is a very popular destination for youngsters, Art lovers and history enthusiasts. Accessible by water, rail, road and air. This city needs no introduction. Nutella lovers find heaven here as all the food…

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Great News!!

I have something important to share with you all, so you know how i am in my last semester in Switzerland and for that i had to re-apply for my visa as my permit had expired. My visa came through and now i will definitely be in Switzerland for 5 Months. Isn’t that exiting. I…

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