The most famous bridge in Venice, Rialto Bridge is a popular tourist hotspot with an insane view of the Grand Canal. Because of this, it’s difficult to get a good shot of yourself on the bridge so I recommend walking down the canal a little bit and having the bridge in the background. The bridge... Continue Reading →
Possibly the busiest spot in Venice, St Marks Square is a vast open space that connects the Basilica, Campanile and Doge’s Palace. The square also sits on the waters edge so you have an incredible view across the water. If you fancied a Gondola ride, there are plenty of people offering rides next to the... Continue Reading →
Situated next to the bridge that leads in to Venice, Parco San Giuliano has lots of open space. It’s the perfect place to have a picnic and relax in the summer and can become quite busy on warmer days. From the waters edge within the park, you have a great view of Venice and the... Continue Reading →
Full of brightly painted buildings, Murano is an island just off Venice, famous for its glass making. Compared to the bustling streets of Venice, Murano has a calm and relaxed environment. Places to visit includes the glass museum, the Basilica di Santa Maria e San Donato, the various glass shops and random various street art.... Continue Reading →
A Roman Catholic Church, the Salute sits on the edge of the water in the heart of Venice. There’s a perfect view to look over the canal at St Marks bell tower and peaceful spots nearby to just chill. Its not a far walk from Piazzale Roma, though nothing in Venice is, however you may... Continue Reading →
Just before new years, me and my family took a short trip up to Fort William, Scotland. And although our trip was almost cut short by my mum breaking her ankle :/, we still managed to explore a couple of epic locations. Day one consisted of spending around 8 hours in the car stopping off... Continue Reading →
One of the best parts about long car journeys is the pit stops along the way at random beautiful locations. These are some shots from our drive up to Fort William!
A spot famous for its feature in Harry Potter, the Glenfinnan viaduct sits tucked away in the mountains opposite Loch Shiel. If you get the time of day correct you may even be able to sit above the train line and watch the train pass. There are plenty of spots you can view the viaduct... Continue Reading →