Category Archives: Europe

Pitti Fashion Week in Italy

men streetstyle Every June thousands of fashionistas, designers, buyers and bloggers flock to Firenze, Italia for 4 days of fashion. Pitti Uomo is the leading menswear trade fair in Italy. During the day, attendees meet within the Fortezza da Basso (which is an old fortress right in the center of the city) to strike deals, make purchase orders and unveil new lines. WATCH VIDEO of the POLIMODA RUNWAY SHOW Everyone Read more »

Yoga & Meditation in Provence, France

Kaliyoga 2 If you love  yoga with a touch of glamour, treat yourself to a few days in a chic private hamlet with a story behind it, amidst unspoiled French landscapes that provided the setting for Manon des Sources. This summer, Kaliyoga is inviting you to join for a very special yoga & hill walking retreat in Le Grand Banc, a tastefully restored hamlet nestled in the folds of lavender-scented hills Read more »

Madrid in Epic Proportions

madrid Tapas. Wine. Flamenco. Wine. Bull Fighting. More Wine. As I entered the city of Madrid, Spain, I was immediately bombarded with a culture so different than my own, yet, so intriguing. At first glance, I thought I was experiencing déjà vu; I felt like I was in New York City (or maybe New York City on steroids), with the thousands of natives and visitors alike, walking the streets. Then Read more »

Paris in the Spring

5605071049_654421a993 Any time of year I can find things to love about every corner in Paris. But Spring in Paris calls for delightful discoveries of hidden courtyards, blossoming gardens, city fairs and even the architecture comes alive. Sure the Eiffel Tower, Notre Dame Cathedral and  Louvre Museum are a must see, but with longer days and warmer temperatures among the beautiful cobblestone streets of Paris you can take Read more »

Street Art In Berlin

image Having just finished a lively conversation over beers and pizza with friends in Alexanderplatz, I wondered what to do next. I had one more day in Berlin. I had no desire to participate in another lackluster tour to the Berlin Wall or Brandenburg Gate. I wanted to connect with this city on a more visceral level, to really get a feel for its pulse. After bidding my friends goodnight at their hostel, Read more »

Summer in Vienna

Summer in Vienna I spent the summer in beautiful Vienna, Austria. Although the capital city, Vienna is the smallest of Austria’s nine provinces, and is home to 1.7 million people. It’s a city with a blend of imperial tradition and contemporary creativity, and therefore a very culturally alive city. I enjoyed some of the most amazing restaurants and venues in Vienna –  modern, sophisticated, and decidedly Read more »

Seefeld, Austria

Travelista Andrea in Seefeld Austria   Seefeld, Austria is a small mountain town nestled on a plateau high above valleys and rugged peaks. Like other alpine resort towns in Austria, Seefeld offers travelers a range of lodging options, catering to wellness, families, and adventure. In the winter months, the high plateau, protected by various mountain chains, guarantees snow from December to the end of March. Sport enthusiasts agree Read more »