Posts tagged Europe
An American in Milan: A Day in Milan with Designer Emily Levine

Emily Levine is the ultimate cool girl. After leaving her home in New York at 18 to study in Florence and Hong Kong, she finally settled in Milan in 2014 for a designing job at Etro. It was in Milan where she met her husband Marco, and launched her charming collection of bags and accessories inspired by her travels. While she’s a New Yorker by nature, she’s a Milanese at heart. Below, she takes us with her through a day in her city.

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Why Scandinavia is the Perfect Destination for Slow Travel

The Scandinavian and Nordic countries are the perfect destinations for anyone with a slow travel mentality. Sweden, Finland, Denmark, Norway, Iceland and the various smaller islands that make up the region are all ingrained with a slower pace of life. If you are used to visiting hectic destinations such as London and New York, your first trip to Scandinavia could be just what you need to learn how to slow down your travels.

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A photographer's guide to Santo Spirito, Florence

Far away from the crowds of tourists on the other side of the river, Santo Spirito, the boho-chic neighbourhood in the Oltrarno area is nothing but fascinating. The traditional narrow streets and tiny sidewalks are home to new & contemporary hot spots, making Santo Spirito cool without losing the Florentine essence. Photographer Marina Denisova took us on a whirlwind tour of the neighbourhood to discover the best places to eat, drink, shop and sleep.

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A creative duo's (artist & architect) guide to Formentera's beaches

We are the kind of couple that loves to savour each moment together in nature. We tend to run away from tourist circuits and crowds.  Attracted by the promise that we would find crystalline beaches, white sand and infinite peace, we booked our flight to the smallest of the Pitiless islands: Formentera. We had never been there before but we were eager to escape Barcelona.  

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