My top 5 European cities
My husband and I first moved to Germany almost four years ago. We were stationed in Bavaria and fell in love with the mountains and the countryside. There I enjoyed my first German beer, lots of other awesome memories. We then got the opportunity to relocate to another state in Germany and now find ourselves in Stuttgart. Though only three hours apart, I find the culture to be vastly different. Moving here has given us lots of opportunities, and our location has made us more central to new places to explore. In the past 4ish years, I have been able to travel to about 20 different countries and countless cities. Throughout this time, I have been keeping a travel journal of all my memories. I am excited to start this blog journey with you and hope that you all enjoy reading my ramblings and observations from my European adventures.
Here I am to tell you about my top 5 favorite trips, so far, (this was hard to pick) and why these places are so unique. I hope if these cities aren’t already on your radar that they will be now. They are so worth the visit!
Here are my top 5! Keep reading to find out why!
Bayern, Deutschland (Bavaria, Germany)
Figueres, Girona, Catalonia, Spain
While we only got to stay in Glasgow for three nights, it was one of our most memorable trips. Many people may not know, but my husband’s family name on his mother’s side is Maxwell. The Maxwell’s were a pretty big deal back in the day, and we were lucky enough to visit the Maxwell clan castle for Justin’s birthday trip last year. We visited a small museum there and enjoyed the trip very much. Our entire time we were in Scotland, we were always on the hunt for the Maxwell tartan, and all things whiskey. We also enjoyed a fascinating whiskey tour which oddly enough was owned and ran by a Colombian gentleman. Nonetheless, we enjoyed every second of the city, and I hope I can go back soon to explore more of Scotland. The people of Scotland were so friendly, warm, and welcoming. We even got lost in a small town, the taxi cab driver was so sweet and helped us get to our destination. We enjoyed how talkative and how helpful everyone was. Although I will admit understanding a Scottish accent is not easy. Glasgow will always be unique to us, and we will never forget this sweet memory.