Planned trips for 2015

Travel as much as you can, as far as you can, as often as you can, because life is not meant to be lived in one place!


Reykjavik – Paris – Venice – Florence – Pisa – Rome – Vatican City – New York



Reykjavik, Iceland

Iceland is one of the places I absolutely want to visit. Since I discovered my passion to travel, I knew I had to go there. This year, my dream will come true, I’m going to Reykjavik. I am so exited for this trip, because on the one hand, I’ve never flew so far (ok it’s only 3h50, which is nothing for most of you, but for me it’s something new) and on the other hand it’s ICELAND! On my 3 nights trip, I’ll visit Reykjavik, do the Golden Circle and I hope that I will be lucky enough to see the Northern Lights!

Paris, France

I have to admit that I’ve never been to Paris in my entire life. Some people might think that this is normal, a lot of people haven’t been to Paris yet, but you have to know that Paris is only a 3h30 car drive away from my home town. Almost everyone I know had been to Paris. But this year, I’ll change that. I’m going to Paris and I still can’t believe it!

Venice, Italy

I have to visit Venice because I’m afraid that I’ll never get the chance to see it. As you perhaps know, Venice is built on sand and it’s sinking every year. So I want to discover this unique city during our trip through Italy. I’m really excited to take a boat on the Grand Canal in Venice.

Florence, Italy

First, Florence wasn’t on my to do list, but after reading a bit of its history and culture, I decided to include it to our trip in Italy. It seems to be a beautiful city and definitely worth to visit.

Pisa, Italy

Let’s be honest, I’m only going to Pisa to see the Leaning Tower of Pisa. Since we’re doing our trip trough Italy and Pisa is on our way, we’ll do a quick stop in this well-known Italian city.

Rome, Italy

The capital city of Italy. It’s obvious that you should visit also the capital city of a country. I’m very excited to visit it, because it has so much to offer. It’s not only the capital city of Italy, but also an important city in history with a lot of historical buildings to visit. So I’m really looking forward it.

Vatican City

Even though the Vatican is one of the smallest countries in the world, it’s very important for Christians. It is a well known tourist attraction, so you have to count with crowds of people when you’re going there. But I am happy that I can do a quick stop there.

New York, USA

If nothing goes wrong, I’ll be flying to New York in December. I cross all my fingers that I can do this trip. I’m so excited, because it will be the first time I’m leaving the European continent for real. As I’ll be going there in December, everything will be in Christmas mood, which makes it even more attractive to visit! Let’s hope for the best!


If you have any secret tip for one of these destinations, please let me know!


  1. I am jealous about all these trips!
    I strongly recommend Florence, I think it is one of the most beautiful city in Italy and I suggest if you can to visit also countryside in Tuscany (Chianti region) as it is amazing. I was not very impressed by Venice indeed – and I am Italian – as I found it very very commercial and touristic. Maybe it is good time to come back and change my mind.


    • The Tuscany is definetly on my bucket list. This time we’ll only visit those 4 places. I’m very excited for Venice, but indeed, I also think that it’s very touristic. Maybe you’ll change your mind when you’re visiting it again 😉

  2. Daat ass jo mol en coolen Programm! New York am Dezember ass bestemmt mega! Eemol den Kreschtbeemchen beim Rockefeller Centre ze gesin steet och op menger Bucket List 🙂

    • Merci 🙂 joo ech freen mech och wierklech drop fir daat ze gesin 😀

  3. Besides Reykjavic, I already visited all these cities. New York is my favorite and I just recommend you to take each day the underground to one of the districts and visit the district by foot. Tribeca is exciting, Greenwich Village beautiful. In Paris “Le Marais” (between 3e and 4e arrondissement) is wonderful for shopping. Florence: take half a day to visit the Uffizi Gallery (buy tickets online before trip), it’s worth it. Have nice trips!

    • I’ve been to Reykjavik in February/ March now. I can only recommend it. Thank you for your tips with New York, Paris and Florence, I’ll think about it when I’m there!

  4. Wow, looks like you have an exciting few months ahead of you! I will finally be going to NYC in May and hopefully to South Africa as well in winter, so I understand the excitement you must be feeling, thinking about all these great places you’ll get to visit!

    • Thank you for your nice comment. South Africa also sounds amazing and is definetly on my bucket list. I hope you’ll manage to do all your planned trips. Safe travels 🙂

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