The aura of Valencia will make you forget all your worries while preparing you to relax. I loved Valencia for its architecture and Mediterranean vibe, but now I love it for its coastal mild winter weather too. Even in countries like Spain, winter brings snow and heavy coats. Valencia is an oasis of warmth and peace where flowers shine colourful all year-round.
As it gets colder in Madrid, I took my boyfriend to Mallorca for his birthday! We had never been there before and we like to be surprised so we didn’t do much research and just flew there!
Needless to say, we were MIND. BLOWN.
Toledo is a small, UNESCO heritage site near Madrid. It can be seen in one day but I would strongly recommend spending at least 1 night there. Keep reading and you will understand why.
One of its most beautiful places is the monument to King Alfonso I “El Batallador”, who reconquered the City of Zaragoza from Arabic ruling in the year 1118. It is at the top of the hill, offering stunning views of Zaragoza. I recommend going there at sunset.
Going shopping in the wrong outfit is failing before even starting. The wrong outfit can slow you down or make you uncomfortable.
For this shoot, I went for an unconventional look with a military flair that shows that merging of nature and human creation. I wanted something casual but heavily embellished and polished at the same time.
Being a small town, Zaragoza never ends surprising me. The Aljaferia is my latest finding – a castle that hosted kings both from Spain´s Moorish and Catholic times.
In the past few seasons pineapples have been popping out everywhere. The tropical fruit has made its way into all kinds of t-shirts, dresses, socks, handbags and earrings.
This friendly city has vestiges of the Roman, Moorish, Jewish and Christian communities, and some ‘Zaragozanos’ will tell you it’s the best place for tapas!
Unicorns are out there as a flash trend, and an abandoned warehouse is just the perfect place to display the mood.