We've been challenged by Rejse Guide af Guld to tell you about our Top 5 travel destinations, I am going to start by telling you that picking five of the trips we have done over the years - that's not an easy task, but I will try my best.
There are so many different reasons to why a trip could have easely been the best, but it's not about the trip itself, but about the desination so I have tried to stick to the destinations that have kind stuck with me after visitng and that I would really like to re-visit for some specific reason.
Does this come as a chock to anyone?
I love Edinburgh, so out of all the places I have ever visited, Edinburgh wins by a long shot. There's just something special about this place, the vibes, the feelings, the sounds and the greyish color. I'm team Edinburgh all the way!
We have been to Edinburgh during late autumn and mid-summer, so I would love to see the spring or maybe even a New Years celebration. And yes, I would still like to visit Edinburgh during the Beltane festival that have been trying to get to the last couple of years, as you might know, I have had trips booked for that specific weekend twice but both times has been cancelled. Well, I would go back in a heartbeat if I could!
It's such a great city with so many different places and buildings to see and visit, I loved walking around in the city and justsoaking in the atmosphere. Even though we saw quite a lot of the buildings when we had our weekend in Budapest due to the boattrip on the river Danube, I would love to go back and explore some more of the classic touristplaces, like the thermal baths. And that would be supercool to do during the winter.
We spent a New Years weekend in Dublin a fews back with a bunch of our closest friends and I loved the city. But I would really like to see it during a different season, prefrebly during the late spring I think, just to see the city in full bloom and maybe have a pint on an area of outdoor seating. And there's still one thing left for me to do in Dublin, and that's to see the Book of Kells that's located at trinity University. The book is always there, but the one time I come to see it - it's not, so the next time I'll be there the book better bee there to!
Yeah, the Greek island Rhodes is one of my favorites for all the obvious reasons, the beach and the great food for sure. But as you are all aware, I am a bit of a history geek and the island of Rhodes gave me so much in that department. I would love to go back and just visit more historical places around the island.
For a few years in a row we visited the Swedish island Gotland every summer, and it's just a great place to spend your summervacations. I have visited the island during the winter aswell, and it's pretty for sure, but it's nothing like the summers.