Last year I set myself the amazing goal of visiting 30 countries before I turn 30.
It didn’t seem like it would be too difficult - four or five new counties a year for 5 years. Easy right?
The only problem is I KEEP GOING BACK TO PLACES I HAVE ALREADY BEEN.
Once I fall in love with a place it’s hard not to want to go back over and over, to go back to the places I loved as well as discover new places while I’m there.
Once I fall in love with a place that’s it, I think I’ll always want to return as often as I can.
I thought that I’d share with you the places I want to revisit over and over, in case it inspires you to book somewhere new.
? Wroclaw, Poland
Of course Wroclaw was going to be top of the list.
Everyone knows how much I love this gorgeous Polish city and if I could go back every month, I would.
I love walking around the market square, taking boat trips around the hundreds of bridges, hunting the dwarves on every street and trying all the delicious food. I think I could easily go back another 10 tines and still not have seen everything that the city has to offer, something I really look for when I travel.
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? Amsterdam, Holland
Oh Amsterdam, definitely one of my favourite holidays from last year.
We went in May and we struck so lucky with the weather as it boiling for 90% if the trip. I loved walking around the canals, eating all the waffles and frites and definitely loved the night life.
Again, I still have so much to explore and I hope that I can do that in future trips. It’s such a quirky and fun place I don’t think I could ever get bored either.
?? Find out what we got up to in Amsterdam here.
?? Want to know exactly what I love about Amsterdam? Read this post!
? Split, Croatia
I went to Split as part of a press trip last year and absolutely fell in love with Croatia and I’m desperate to explore some more.
Split is only a small city in Croatia and I’d love to be able to do a Med Sailors around lots of the different islands at some point, but if I had the chance to go back to Split I’d 100% say yes.
The cobbled streets, the gorgeous weather and the views across the ocean made this place quickly become one of my favourites, so fingers crossed I get to go back soon.
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?? To find out what I got up to spending a week in Split, read this post here.
? Paris, France
I have been to Paris twice now and I definitely fell more in love with the city the second time I went, as the first time it CHUCKED IT DOWN the whole time. So much so, we could barely go out in it without getting soaked in minutes, not even umbrellas could help.
There is so much I want to see in Paris that I don’t think I could ever get bored on a trip back there. Plus, seeing the Eiffel Tower never gets old, does it?
?? Visiting Paris soon? Here’s 10 things you have to do while there.
?Los Angeles, California
This is obviously a much harder place to visit as a return ticket costs as much as my rent, but oh my gosh if I could go back to LA every year, I would.
Six years ago I moved to California for four months to work. It quickly became my favourite place EVER and I knew that I’d want to return. Since then, there have been so many things open in LA that have made me REALLY want to go back, so hopefully a trip is on the cards either next year or 2020.
?? Find out why I think everyone should live abroad at least once in their lives here.
What is the one place you will always return to?