Budapest, to me, seems like a really stunning city to visit - I mean, just look at that picture! It's famous for its baths (like, the big pools, not the ones in everyone's houses) and I could imagine having quite a chilled weekend there. Or, if I fancied something a bit more active, there's a great music scene in Budapest, including the fact that it's the home of Sziget festival, which would be amazing to go to - this year has quite a lot of the bands I'll be seeing at Reading, and a European festival is totally on my 'bucket list'.
It's a bit of a cliche, probably, but Venice is definitely on my go-to list, especially if I was considering one of those romantic weekend away thingies. As someone who grew up being close to water, living by the seaside, I find the watery roads throughout the city fascinating and I'd love to have a trip around on a gondola taking in the stunning architecture.
When I went to Italy in 2012, we went by coach (something I DEFINITELY don't want to repeat), and on the way we passed through Switzerland and it immediately made my list of 'must visit' places - particularly, the Swiss Alps. Driving along the highway, looking down at the villages and up at the amazing peaks, it seemed like a different world. There'd probably be quite a lot of exertion involved in trekking around them, but it'd be worth it for the peace and quiet and stunning views.
Writing this post has definitely inspired me to actually make travelling a reality during my twenties, and hopefully I'll be sharing my own images from the places above one day!
Where would you most like to travel to?