Travels with Zoë

Global Travel with an Archaeologist’s Eye

  • Capitals of Europe: Sofia in a Weekend

    21st Feb 2021 by

    In November 2017, having started dating my boyfriend, Davis, that summer, in the throws of young love we planned a trip away together. Sadly, nearing the end of the year, neither of us had the holiday days to spare with work and so we found flights departing London in the early hours of Saturday morning… Read more

  • Old Towns of Europe: The joys of Kraków

    26th Jan 2021 by

    As a half English, half Polish girl, I have spent a lot of time visiting my mother’s home country. Whilst we have family all over the country, I have gone to Krakow in southern Poland most years. It is a city seeped in history, with stories emerging from each old building, and is beautiful in… Read more

  • Old Towns of Eastern Europe- Riga

    1st Oct 2020 by

    Riga, the capital of the Baltic country of Latvia, is a beautiful city to visit. This former USSR state contains stunning architecture and natural beauty to match an interesting history. The city contains Medieval elements, and has easy access to castles outside the city, as well as the coast and forests. The main international airport… Read more

  • Old Towns of Europe: Cluj -Napoca

    16th Aug 2020 by

    One of my favourite ways to explore are long weekends to European cities, often their capitals. During these trips, I try to go to cheap places, though often take advantage of low prices for things like coffee, meals, and drinks to enjoy treats. The flight from London was £20 return (though sadly I don’t think… Read more

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