Málaga in November? I should have brought my bathing suit honestly, because Málaga is beautiful all year round. After 3 months of living in Granada, I’d spent a lot of time in Málaga’s bus station and airport, but I’d never taken the time to visit the city itself. And wow am I glad I did. Here are some pictures from the day trip Maggie and I took to Málaga.
Florence is without a doubt my favorite city in Italy, and it is arguably my favorite city in the world (I feel like I’m more qualified to say that now). I knew when we were planning trips at the beginning of the semester that this city was going to be a must-visit once again, so I am so glad we got to do it.
Unfortunately, we didn’t plan enough in advance to get tickets to museums or to climb the Duomo (1 regret from the semester) but wandering around Florence is somehow still very fulfilling. A city so full of history and art and beauty such as Florence is so rare, so I was perfectly content wandering around throughout the day, and eating tons of pasta and gelato of course.
4 hikes. 5 towns. 8 people. 1 weekend.
This is the story of when we hiked Cinque Terre.
For the next couple of weeks, I’m going to be posting about the big trip we took to Italy this semester. At the end of October, 8 of us took a trip to Italy- Milan, Cinque Terre, and Florence. It was an absolute whirlwind of a weekend, and I’m so excited to reflect back on this weekend and share some stories.
So let’s start with our afternoon in Milan.
Córdoba is one of those cities that is absolutely bathed in history, from the walkways to the buildings to the bridges to the view of the city, you can feel just how old Córdoba is. Any Game of Thrones enthusiasts will like the fact that there are some scenes of the show filmed here, and any history enthusiast will appreciate the fact that the whole city of Córdoba is actually a UNESCO world heritage site, preserving it’s historical value.