After leaving Italy, I headed up to the Czech Republic and stayed in the beautiful city of Prague. Without a doubt, Prague is my favourite city so far. A city so completely filled with such amazing mixtures of baroque and gothic architecture, history, food, music, culture and life could not disappoint, and disappoint it did not. While the weather wasn't great, I can't think of any city I'd rather be rugged up in, sipping tea at the window sills of cafes, munching on trdelnik, and walking the cobblestone streets. It really has such a beautiful vibrancy to it that makes it stand apart from other cities.

After Prague, it was off to Hungary where I spent five nights in Budapest. It's an impressive European city with unique and impressive architecture aplenty, not to mention a great bar and restaurant culture, and the many Turkish baths to relax in. A highlight was stumbling across a hidden jem of a vintage clothing shop called Ludovika Vintage. Recently opened, it was bursting with ridiculously cute genuine vintage clothes, accessories and knick knacks. If you live in or are travelling to Budapest, definitely hunt it down!

From Budapest, I said goodbye to my dear friend Jess who I travelled with for the past month, and headed down to Croatia to meet up with my cousin and a couple of friends. I'm currently still in Croatia, and absolutely loving every second of this amazing country, so hang out for a post on Croatia soon.

Here are a few of my favourite photos of Prague and Budapest, taken on my iPhone.