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29 Jul

Our editors share their favourite summer destinations

Written by It’s A Lifestyle Hun team

Image by @Glowprincess

Melissa

It’s a Lifestyle Hun owner

If anyone asked me to pack my bags and leave to go to anywhere, it would be Capri. Capri is the most whimsical place I’ve ever been to and ya girl has been around!

From the food, to the people, to the boat rides and incredible hotels, Capri is worth every single penny. They also have every fashion store you can think of so it’s a great shopping destination too. Just make sure to bring cash because it’s NOT cheap – but it is worth it!

Cloé

Lifestyle, health and wellness writer

Every year my summer plans always start or end in Lisbon. Maybe it’s because I’m from there or maybe it’s because I no longer live there. But I truly believe it’s one of the most magical cities in this world.

The food, the vibes, the places, the people, I mean I could go on and on. Long days at the beach that start with açai bowls, all of the sangrias and of course the most amazing seafood and the most delicious dishes are my favourite. It always ends with a sunset and a cute dinner, my favourite restaurant list is too long but one of the staples is always – SEEN – if you’re in town, check it out!

Kelle

Relationships, lifestyle and beauty writer

Paris is my favourite place to visit in the summer. It’s my home away from home. I love the attractions and overall vibe of the city. Although it’s just as busy as London, there are many exciting things to see and do. Paris is the perfect destination for an art lover like me because it’s home to a number of museums including The Louvre and Musee D’Orsay. The last time I was there I went to the Picasso Museum, which I absolutely loved. I also revisited one of my favourite attractions, Pont Des Arts, which overlooks the River Seine. Although it provides one of the most picturesque views of the city, it’s worth a visit for the beautiful artwork alone.

Nancy

Travel writer

I’ve just returned from spending three weeks in Seville and I thoroughly enjoyed my time there. The city is rich in history, filled with things to do and flooded with incredible restaurants and bars. Seville is close to neighbouring cities by just a train ride away such as Cadíz, popular for its beaches and vibrant architecture and Cordóba, known for its breathtaking landmarks within the old city.

Everything about Seville is wonderful, the beautiful Spanish locals, the authentic fresh food and the warm weather leaving you sun-kissed each day so without a doubt, I’d highly recommend everyone to consider spending their summer in Seville or in Andalucia as a whole.