As part of my postcard challenge I asked people to send me a postcard from where they are in the world.
I asked for tips on what to do in the place the postcard was from and these are your guides on what to do.
Alkmaar, The Netherlands
@martinemuis recommends for a good lunch, tea and coffee you should go to Anne & Max and if you don't like a lot of tourists, then don't visit on a Friday which is cheese market day.
@floatingspheres has one simple tip for your time in Tallinn - "stay away from the home-brew!"
Quinta Regados do seco, Portugal
Bonne and Ingrid are the owners of @regadosdoseco and have three tips for you when "glamping" with them.
Just enjoy Paradise
Be active and go hiking
@friendinriga sent a postcard from the Latvian capital and had a few tips:
The heart of Riga is the Old Town - from the Freedom monument to the banks of Daugava. There is a medieval atmosphere with excursions, street music and sparkling nightlife.
There are over 800 art nouveau buildings in the central district to admire, which is the largest art nouveau collection in Europe.
The Riga Central Market is another world with fresh, cheap, ecological food and are built from old German Zeppelin hangars.
Visit the Your Friend in Riga website »
Greetings form CHICAGO was a friendly opening from Pola of @JettingAround
One of Pola's favourite places in the Windy City is Iguana Cafe near downtown (Halsted & Milwaukee), where there is a nice Euro vibe, good crepes and coffee. They are open late and is a great place for a conversation or to simply sit down and study.
@tweetsfromjody has a few tips for the capital of France.
Get Earl Grey macaroons from Patisserie Sadaharu Aoki
Walk along the River Seine
Visit the Musee d'Orsay
Whether it's Indian, Greek, Thai, Moroccan, Portogeuse or Ethiopian, Toronto has it all.
@Hamleys sends their greetings from Salzburg and has two recommendations of things to do
Firstly, visit the beautiful old Petersfriedhof cemetery at the foot of the Festungberg with Hohensalzburg Castle.
Then you can relax in the Cafe Bazar, a place for artists, poets and thinkers situated along the banks of the River Salzach.
J.L.S from @PrintShip suggets that the next time you visit Oregon make sure you visit Crater Lake National Park. You'll also have to grab a pint at any of it's outstanding Brew Pubs.
Have you been to any of these places? What did you do when you where there?