THE TRAVEL JOURNAL — Europe
The most northern region of Finland offers a magical getaway to fulfil all your snowy North Pole dreams. A bit off-the-beaten trail, this region borders Sweden, Norway, and Russia giving it a variety of Nordic cultural influences. From seeing the Aurora Borealis on a husky sleigh ride to trying the favourite local pastime of taking sauna, Lapland is sure to be a destination worth adding to your bucket list.
Lisbon is the capital of Portugal and is swiftly becoming one of the most popular tourist destinations in Europe. Most Brits heading to the western side of the Iberian Peninsula tend to opt for a trip to the Algarve, the country’s southernmost region, which offers beautiful beaches and luxury resorts.
Ah, Italy. Known around the world for its incredible food, its delicious wine, its fashionable residents and its fascinating history, it’s an amazing place to visit. You’ll find tourist hotspots scattered around the country, from top to toe – so much so that it can be hard to know where to go! To help you plan a trip, we’ve put together a list of the six best places to visit in Italy. Let’s take a look.
Portugal is a country located in South Western Europe on the Iberian Peninsula of the Atlantic Ocean. It shares borders with Spain, and its capital city is Lisbon. Portugal has been a critical player in some of history’s most significant moments, and it has a lot more to offer visitors and locals alike. With its sandy beaches and strikingly beautiful city, Portugal is a prime travel destination for many. So, without further ado, let’s visit Portugal with this ultimate guide!