It may come as a surprise to most people what it is actually like to live in Madrid. Most people not from here think it’s just like the rest of Spain; completely relaxed, leisurely, and everybody has siestas at lunch. However, that is not the case and at peak times it can be as busy …More
Berlin is one of the most historic and cultural cities in Europe. Everyone has heard of the Berlin Wall and Adolf Hitler’s acts in the city from the past 100+ years but now the city is known as one of the most welcoming and exciting cities that travelers return to visit every opportunity they get. …More
Castellon de la Plana is the capital of the Castellon province, located in eastern Spain, near the Mediterranean Sea. This little province is well known by its huge orange plantations, clear blue skies and beautiful villages that have stood the test of time. From now on, I will refer to the city with the word …More
From all cities around Spain, Cádiz is just the icing on the cake! Being the oldest city in Europe, history is everywhere, as well as the sea, no matter where you look. I couldn’t be more delighted when I discovered this place. Friendly people, amazing food, beautiful places along the coast and the most important thing, …More
Nafplio is admittedly one of the most beautiful cities in Greece. It is about an hour and a half drive from Athens, has tourist traffic all year round and many choices in accommodation, food, entertainment.
To get to know Nafplio, you need to leave the car. At the port, there is an ample outdoor municipal parking …More
Belgrade is the capital city of Serbia, a city with a very turbulent history, one of the oldest in Europe. The first settlements on the territory of Belgrade date back to 4,800 BC.
Emerging at the confluence of the Sava and the Danube, Belgrade has an extraordinary geographical position.
The rivers have divided the city into three …More
Just go a few kilometers out of Rome to get out of the chaos of the capital and find yourself suddenly immersed in the countryside between nature and characteristic villages.
There are many beautiful places. Bracciano is a pretty town halfway between Rome and Viterbo. It is surrounded by history and nature, famous for its lake …More
Podgorica, the capital of Montenegro, resembles a teenager in its spirit: cheerful and pleasant to hang out with, but a little confused about its identity. It has difficulties in accepting and celebrating its past.
As the city has been destroyed to the ground several times over the centuries, the historical sights of Podgorica can hardly …More
Zagreb is a capital of Croatia. Located in the continental part of the country, underneath the Medvednica mountain, Zagreb is becoming more and more popular as a tourist destination.
The old city center and its historical buildings are a wonderful place to get lost in the crowd, or enjoy a relaxed afternoon in some of …More
Even though Ghent is relatively small, it still is one of the biggest and most well-known cities in Belgium and is located in the northeast of this country. Not only is Ghent a true student city, but it also has a very rich history that goes back to the Early Middle Ages. The city is …More
Greece is a destination that satisfies both mountain and sea lovers. It has hundreds of islands, each with its unique beauty, but it’s also a country of many highland cities and villages, that will definetely amaze their visitor.
One of the mountainous cities, that usually doesn’t make it into the international travel guides, is the city …More
Greece is a world-famous travel destination, that is host to millions of tourists every year. One of the country’s most visited destinations is the island of Crete.
Crete is the largest island in Greece, and it is known for the great bravery its inhabitants have shown, during critical times of history, thus the name “Levedogenna” which, …More
Rome, known as the Eternal City, is a mix of captivating ancient ruins, inspiring art, vibrant picturesque streets, cuisine known for its delicious dishes and a lively atmosphere. And those who choose to visit Rome quickly understand why this is one of the most romantic and charismatic cities in the world.
The historic centre of …More
Los Gigantes is a town situated in the South West of Tenerife, the largest and most populated of the Canary Islands. The skyline is dominated by the “Acantildados” the “cliffs of the giants” that stand at an extremely impressive 500 meters above sea level. The Canary Islands are undoubtedly the warmest place in Europe winter, …More
Santa Cruz de Tenerife, the capital of the western Canary Islands. A small but captivating city filled with culture, history, and entertainment. Santa Cruz is a coastal city located in the middle-top eastern side of Tenerife. Its port constantly welcomes many visitors from cruise ships and connections with other islands.
The Canary Islands themselves have become …More
Greece – the country of democracy, history and culture. Known, mainly, for its islands, Greece is a worldwide destination for travelers of all ages and certainly for every “taste”, with more than 100 inhabited islands to explore. Following this cliche’, Rodos (or Rhodes), is an island in southwest Greece, close to the marine borders with …More
Greece, is undeniably one of the most famous travel destinations worldwide. It provides the traveler with unique landscapes and experiences. Although Greece is mostly famous for its islands, there are also mainland cities showing absolutely no lack of beauty.
Thessaloniki, is the second largest city of Greece (following Athens) and is known as the co-capital among …More
Landskrona is a small town in southern Sweden, home to many impactful historical figures, like the first female nobel laurate, Selma Lagerlof and events alike, with Landskrona even supposed to have become the country’s capital, hence the name (Landskrona=The Crown of the land).
In more recent history Landskrona is notoriously known for its divisive population, …More
Bosnia and Herzegovina is a heart shaped country on the Balkan Peninsula. Have you ever been to Sarajevo? It’s a city where East meets West.
A city where the tradition and the modern life make unique mixture. Sarajevo is a place where three different religions breathe together as one.
Sarajevo was once upon a …More
Moscow is not just the capital and the largest city of Russia. It’s also the country’s cultural center and the most popular tourist city along with St. Petersburg.
What do we know about Moscow? It never sleeps, it’s a city of bright nightlife, clubs and bars that open their doors every night, people walk along the …More
People that travel to Serbia always visit Belgrade and don’t really pay attention to any other cities. The biggest regret they don’t even know they have during the travel is not visiting Novi Sad, a city of youth, nature and good people. In the following, you will learn many interesting stuff about Novi Sad.
San Cristobal de la Laguna, Tenerife, Canary Islands (Spain) is the second most populated city on the Island, and it was once the capital of Tenerife.
In 1999 it was declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. Since the Canary Islands welcome millions of tourists each year, the place is well organized to make sure every …More
Vratsa is a small town in northwestern Bulgaria, filled with history and beautiful landscapes where you could go mountain hiking or just have chilled out walks around the centre of the city. The historical museum is not far from the big monument of Hristo Botev (One of the freedom fighters during the Ottoman’s occupation …More
Independence Square Kiev
The list of “must do” in Kyiv includes at the least a dozen of things to do. However, the first thing I would recommend is to go down the Andriivsky Spusk. The street features artists’ works of all sorts from all round Ukraine. On your way talk to the artists (apart …More
Most people don’t know a lot about Zurich, except perhaps that it is an awesome place to stage a rendezvous at a bank in a James Bond film. But there is actually a lot to love about this city and in this post I am going to share some of it’s secrets with you..
Zurich is …More
Prague is the town eleven centuries old, in my opinion it is very beautiful (see picture). Some of monuments are on the list of cultural heritage of UNESCO. They are built in the romanesque style, the gothic style, renaissance, baroque, rococo, art nouveau and in the more modern styles. There is also the charming …More
Lanzarote was subjected to one of the modern world’s longest ever volcanic eruptions. Which went on for six years from 1730 – totally transforming around one quarter of the island’s total surface area. Wiping out villages and farmland and replacing them with lava fields and the spent peaks of 300 volcanoes. This entire region, …More
Dublin’s most popular attraction is The Guinness Storehouse. Adjoining the brewery, this museum offers an entertaining history of Ireland’s most famous export, and entry includes a free pint of the black stuff in the elevated, panoramic Gravity Bar.
What do you like best about Dublin?
For a literature lover, there is no better city than …More
Take a dip at the Blue Lagoon. With steam rising from 40 degrees Celsius waters it easily evokes an otherworldly feeling. Open year-round (yes, it obviously does not freeze in winter), both locals and tourists have taken advantage of the healing properties in its mineral rich waters. A long soak leaves …More
Visit Santa Barbara Castle on the top of Mount Benacantil. You can drive up to the castle or walk, (only really recommended for the super fit or the insane in Alicante’s summer heat!) but my favourite option is to take the lift accessed from opposite El Postiguet beach. It costs 2.40? to make the …More
When you are in the largest port in Europe, go on one of the harbour tours. A cruise ship takes you through the city, you get to see a lot of Rotterdam and there is a good chance you will see something you would like to visit later. The ships depart every hour.
Zagreb is a pocket- sized metropolis, culturally close to central European capitals but with more than a dash of Mediterranean atmosphere. Zagreb is the political, commercial, cultural and academic centre of the country. It’s home to almost a quarter of the country’s population (over one million).
Sightseeing is easy and the most important cultural and …More
Faro is a beautiful city situated in the heart of the Algarve area. Although the city only has 41,000 citizens, it has all the amenities and facilities required of a large tourist destination, such as a water park, good nightlife, water sports, stunning wildlife and beautiful beaches.
Not only does it provide such a …More