I’m a fool for the cities

I can’t believe that just one year ago I was still studying like crazy for my exams, dreaming of economics and marketing, stressing about business law. It all seems so far away now that I can enjoy New Year’s Eve without thinking about anything else than friends and parties.

I’m not the kind of person who has new goals every year. I am never going to stop eating like a monster and I am certainly not going to do the dishes more often so why bother! Still, I wanted to share with you some of the cities I dream to visit (and hope to visit this year maybe!), so this can actually count as my travel goals, right? Here they are!

#1 Rome

Rome has been on my list ever since I watched Roman Holiday a few years ago. This city represents to me the perfect combination of history and street culture. (Let’s be realistic here, I only want to eat Italian pizza all day every day haha!)ef27d92c1f67544aff5d69c29263f396

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#2 Tokyo

Always balancing between past and modernity, Japan is one of the countries that really fascinate me. I am already in love with Tokyo, its colourful streets and majestic gardens, with the Mount Fuji watching over the city. 0e44e8c520795a162ca06d7d1804510b

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#3 Reykjavik

Iceland always has a beautiful light. One you only experience in the North. Most of the landscapes there seem unreal, but it’s okay, I’m a dreamer :)

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#4 Budapest

The Spaceboy went to Budapest a few years back and is already so enthusiast about going back. I think it won’t be long untill.. Oh wait, our tickets are booked!

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#5 Stockholm

I am a big fan of Scandinavian culture (well, who isn’t?). Stockholm seems to be the perfect place to immerse myself in the Scandinavian lifestyle and check if I still have some rudiments left from the Swedish courses I attended at university.33c3bd826989d70ed9d6b5649f64f151

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#6 Istanbul

Small streets, noisy souks, vibrant people and dreamy skyline. Time to get lost in this city and its amazing cultural diversity!c3e7520fec14058b16e94fabf8a53591

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#7 Santorini

I am a sucker for everything white and blue. Imagine what it could be to live in a white and blue setting all day long. I might simply never come back.841b04d37260efffdd5c6b44007b3866

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#8 Mumbai

They say there is no other place on earth you can compare with India. I take it as my duty to discover such a unique culture at least once in my life. They say Mumbai is overwhelming, bombastic and full of hidden secrets. Well, that sounds promising!c516776e35b3dbc388abd2116f855bf5

#9 Copenhagen

Situated only one hour and a half from Amsterdam, Copenhagen is our next weekend getaway!

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#10 New York City

This city’s been waiting for me. This is the real American dream and it has been calling my name for too long now.

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Which cities are on your travel wishlist? Have you some good tips and addresses for one of those cities? Let me know! :)

*All pictures are from Pinterest*

Lots of Gingerlove,

-R

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