Peter Minkoff is one of my regular guest bloggers and you can always expect the best advice from his blogs. Check out his last one here. He's a beauty and fashion writer for Shlur magazine living in London and occasionally in Brisbane. After graduating from Australian Institute of Creative Design, he worked as a stylist for few fashion events in UK and AUS. Beside beauty and fashion, he loves reading, making DIY cosmetics and traveling around tropical destinations. He plans to create a business for beauty and style advising. This week, Peter's giving us the low down on what your man might want for Valentines Day!
The spring break is almost around the corner, and if you still haven’t started planning your perfect trip, it’s time you did! Here are seven amazing destinations you’ll find very attractive, so check them out and make a decision.
Being one of the most beautiful European cities, Budapest is worth visiting this spring. Located on the Danube, this city has a unique spirit that will sweep you off your feet. A plethora of museums, monuments, and mesmerizing buildings, such as the one of Hungarian Parliament, mustn’t be missed when in this marvelous city. Also, don’t forget to visit the Great Market Hall, which is basically a food mall!
London is well-known for its hectic yet urban vibe, which attracts millions of tourists every year. If you’re up for a sightseeing tour, some of the places you mustn’t miss are Buckingham Palace, St Paul’s Cathedral, Big Ben, and the inevitable London Eye. On the other hand, if you’re looking forward to a shopping spree, you don’t want to skip Oxford Street!
One of the greatest art cities in Europe is Florence. Uffizi Gallery is a must-see, as well Florence Cathedral, also known as Il Duomo di Firenze. Apart from being rich in exquisite art and mind-blowing architecture, this city is also well-known for its picturesque nightlife scene and quirky craft shops. If you’re a wine lover, you’ll surely love splendid Florentine wines!
One of the Australian cities that have so much to offer is definitely Sydney. It has a reputation of being the biggest, oldest, and, above all – most beautiful city in the Land Down Under, and its numerous beaches just confirm that claim. Seeing the Opera House gleaming in the sunshine will make all your dreams come true, whereas Queen Victoria Building will allow you to indulge in the most amazing high-end shops. Besides that, Sydney cafe scene is definitely one of the best in the world, so don’t forget to explore the most amazing coffee shops while in this city!
Located on the southeast side of the Florida Peninsula, Miami is popular among tourists for its pleasant climate and the most amazing beaches. One of the most popular districts is definitely Miami Beach, known for fabulous beachfront restaurants, hotels, shops, and, of course – beaches. If you appreciate 1930’s Art Deco, you shouldn’t skip the Art Deco District – its pastel historic structures and neon signs will surely stun you.
Boston is one of the most amazing cities in the US, rich in both historical landmarks and amazing taverns and coffee shops. A walking tour around the city is an absolute must, and it’ll allow you to see where the Battle of Bunker Hill and the Boston Tea Party were taking place. After that, you can feel free to visit some of the oldest taverns in Boston, open since 1795 – Bell in Hand, and Green Dragon Tavern.
Last but not least, Barcelona is one of the cities you simply have to visit while in Spain. If you admire modernist architecture, you’ll love to see the works of Antoni Gaudi such as Sagrada Familia, Park Guell, and La Pedrera. Food lovers will be thrilled to visit a number of Michelin-starred restaurants, or maybe even family-run tapas bars – why not?
As you can see, there are so many ideas for the upcoming spring break. There is something for anybody, and the key to success is picking the destination that suits your needs in the best possible way. Choose it wisely and enjoy your spring break!
Peter is also an Editor In Chief on High Style Life. So go check that out too!
Check out my YouTube Channel! Click here.