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Senior Content Marketing Manager
Over 10 years of Marketing experience, focusing on branding and working with international brands.
How many countries have you visited?
Around 17 give or take
Guatemala! People are so welcoming, the food is amazing, and it’s very easy to travel to and move around.
I’ll be in Tuscany for a friend’s wedding, and will take a few days after to visit Mykonos.
My first time traveling to Spain was actually to go to a friend’s wedding, I’ve been a big fan of destination weddings ever since. I also recently spent a couple of days in New York for a close friend’s wedding.
New York and Amsterdam have a special place in my heart, maybe I’m a little biased, but have always felt very welcomed in both places. The Amsterdam Pride parade is one of the best things I’ve experienced.
Spain, especially Barcelona, is very liberal. Sitges, just a few minutes outside of Barcelona is one of the best LGBTQ+ destinations in Europe.
I like to have a list of things I would like to do, but then see where day takes me. I usually like to walk to most places when I’m traveling and explore the cities, I’ve found some of the best restaurants this way.
Plan ahead! Tickets and reservations for popular places can get quite pricey the closer you get to the dates.
Travel with friends, maybe someone who has gone to that destination before. Places you can move around walking, or where they speak English.
Around 2 weeks to Guatemala and Curacao for work, it was incredible, but not the best for sightseeing.
I went to Rome for only 8 hours, managed to do most of the touristy things, and had a blast
My headphones, there’s nothing worse than a long flight with nothing to watch or listen to.
Learning a few words in the native language will make people more willing to help.
Traveling to NYC for New Year’s, or really anything around Times Square, is a tourist trap.
I would extend my work trips to be able to experience more of the cities, my company paid for flights, so all I needed to do was pay for a hotel for any extra days.