Valencia, Spain

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Last summer, my sisters and I travelled to Spain with just the three of us. None of us had ever been to Valencia before and since we’d heard great experiences, we couldn’t be left out. To sum it up, we really enjoyed our stay there, ate tons and all got sunburnt (classic!!).

Recommendations:

  • Dulce de Leche in Rustafa (breakfast)
  • Bluebell café in Rustafa (coffee bar)
  • Mercado Central (central market): go eat at Central Bar! (breakfast/lunch)
  • L’Umbracle (club)
  • Jardines de Turia (gardens around the city)
  • Torres de Serranos in El Carmen
  • Santo Spirito (vintage store)
  • Petit Bistro (restaurant)
  • Panorama (restaurant near the beach)
  • Lambrusqueria (Italian restaurant)
  • Sagardi (tapas restaurant)
  • San Tommaso (Italian restaurant)
  • La petite Brioche (breakfast)

 

Fiescheralp, Switzerland

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It’s odd to think that the place I disliked most as a kid, over the years, turned into the perfect get-away for me. As we grow older, our lives become more hectic: the list of chores seems endless and the rivalry between students to succeed is brutal. While most of us look for a sunny destination during the holidays (fair enough if you’ve been working/studying inside for weeks or even months), I dare you to be different and to spend a week in the Alpes in summer. Go hiking, mountainbiking, fishing or simply enjoy the view. The air is clean and I can promise you: your body will thank you for that.

Recommendation:
– Hotel Blausee (restaurant)
– Hotel Alpina, Fiescheralp (restaurant)