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Vienna was the first city I really fell in love with and returning there is always a big pleasure for me. It doesn’t matter if I spent one day in Vienna and stay there longer, I enjoy every single hour in the city as it has a special place in my heart. A fellow blogger, Or from My Path In The World, wrote this great post with 10 reasons to visit Vienna, Austria that hopefully will inspire you to plan a trip to this amazing city too. And if you have any other reasons to travel to Vienna let us know in the comments below! As much as Vienna is a famous European city, I still feel like it is an underrated destination. It’s easy to think that this city is all about historical buildings and museums, but the truth is that Vienna is much more interesting and complex than that. To be honest, I was surprised myself by all the different things to do in Vienna, and I was happy to discover its unexpected sides. To inspire and convince you to add the city to your travel bucket list and plan a trip to Vienna, here are ten reasons […]

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When I sent pictures of abandoned hotels in Kupari, Croatia to one of my good friends (who happens to be my boss too) he asked me why I keep exploring abandoned places, what is so exciting about them. And to be honest, I didn’t really know how to answer him. Abandoned places fascinate me. There is usually some interesting or dark history behind, simple “not enough money” is never the only answer. I’m intrigued by how fast the vibe of the old times and the place can decay and how quickly those spaces become the attraction. Because let’s face it, I’m not the only one who enjoys such “alternative” tourism and, the community is pretty big. After receiving so many answers to my Insta Stories from Tskaltubo and Kupari I know there are other women who travel solo and would like to visit abandoned places too but are not confident enough to do so on their own. If you are one of them – this post is for you. I’m not an expert at urbex, but maybe I will encourage you to do some exploring as well. Perhaps you can learn from my experience. My thoughts when visiting Kupari, Croatia […]

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Traveling to Chile has been my dream for years. I remember when I was 14, didn’t go to school because I was sick and as I was flipping through the travel magazine I saw a picture of Torres del Paine. It was so surreal and so beautiful I’ve dreamt of visiting this place right away. I didn’t really expect I will actually make it there one day but a good deal on flights to Chile popped up and I didn’t think twice of booking the ticket! After all, it’s good to make dreams come true! I spent 10 days in Chile (with a quick side trip to Bolivia) and my Chile itinerary was crazy busy but manageable. To be honest, it was one of the most challenging trips for me, for numerous reasons, but at the same time I’m extremely happy I went because Chile didn’t disappoint. And seeing the places I’ve been dreaming about for 20 years was a truly magical experience worth all the effort. Before I start telling you about the Chile trip properly I should start with some of the practical aspects so you might find them useful when planning your own trip to Chile. I […]

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Today I’m hosting a post written by fellow bloggers Stefan and Sebastien of Nomadic Boys who will tell you a bit what to do and see in Prague. Since the 1990s, Prague tourism has been booming. With centuries of history, a stunning old town that rivals some of the best ancient cities of Europe and some of the world’s best beer it’s not surprising! Prague also has a vibrant and busy nightlife, with something happening every day of the week. For us, we particularly love visiting Prague because not only there are so many different things to do in Prague, it also has a fantastic gay scene, in a society that is becoming more and more accustomed to LGBTQ travelers. To find out more, check out our gay travel guide to Prague. Best things to do in Prague These are our favorite and best things to do in Prague and the reasons you need to visit Prague yourself! Exploring Prague’s old town Prague’s UNESCO listed Old Town, or “Staré Mesto”, is the touristic beating heart of the city. This is one of the main Prague attractions where you’ll want to devote most of your time. The Old Town of Prague […]

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I’ve been planning to visit Sarajevo bobsled track from the moment I’ve learned about this weird structure located in the hills high above the city. It is everything I enjoy: quirky, abandoned, concrete, covered in street art and with the dark history behind. But as soon as I figured out how to get to Sarajevo bobsled track my hopes were crushed. The hills surrounding Sarajevo are way too steep for my weak shape and even if I knew I would eventually make it there this would be a painful way up. I’ve been postponing the trip to the Sarajevo bobsled track for future visits in the city, always finding some lame excuses not to go this time. Fortunately, the moment the cable car up to Trebevic mountain was opened, visiting the abandoned bobsled track in Sarajevo has become super easy. I used the very first opportunity I had to go all the way there and it was totally worth it. In this post, I’m telling you how to get to the abandoned bobsled track in Sarajevo! History of Sarajevo bobsled track In February 1984 Sarajevo hosted Winter Olympic Games. It was a joyful time of the city and even now […]

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Slovenia is one of these compact countries where you can see a lot even if you are short on time. It is also one of the countries that are very diverse and offer a lot: from charming capitals to breathtaking caves, from the Adriatic Sea to the Alps – these are just some of the best places to visit in Slovenia. No matter how much time you have in Slovenia, if it is 3 days or a week, you will enjoy your stay for sure. After all is there any other country that has “love” in its name? I was lucky to visit Slovenia a few times and I can say I know the country fairly well. But even if I’ve spent some 2-3 weeks there in total there are still some places I would love to visit – there are just too many great things to do in Slovenia! I put together the Slovenia itinerary that will help you plan your trip to Slovenia. You can modify it, depending on how many days in Slovenia you have but I believe that 3 days in Slovenia is the absolute minimum to see the highlights. You can base yourself in Ljubljana, […]

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I was lucky to visit Budapest, Hungary lots of times yet somehow I never really covered it properly on the blog. Fortunately, Sharon from the blog Exploring Our World helped me and wrote this great article on why you should travel to Budapest. I’m sure it will inspire you to plan a Budapest trip soon! Budapest, the capital of Hungary, is a city that captured my heart from the moment I arrived. As it lies farther east than other popular Europe destinations, I had planned to go but ended up changing my mind on previous trips. But I’m so happy that I finally made it. Here are some of the reasons I think you should visit Budapest too, including some of the best things to do in Budapest! Admire the Danube River Budapest was once two separate cities, Buda and Pest, with the Danube River flowing between them. They united to become Budapest. The beauty of the Danube graces both sides of its banks. Take in views above the river from Buda’s Castle Hill and enjoy walks right along the water in Pest. The bridges across the Danube that were all destroyed in World War II have since been rebuilt. […]

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I recently returned from a long weekend in Minsk, it was my second visit to this still rather unknown city. The capital of Belarus is a bit of the blank spot on the European tourism map and it doesn’t seem like many people travel there (or visit Belarus really). I haven’t seen any other tourists during my trip to Minsk but it was the beginning of March so the timing might not have been the best. While there are not too many things to do in Minsk the city is definitely worth your time and will keep you busy for a day or two (I spent three days in Minsk and still haven’t seen everything I wanted to). With the recently introduced visa-free procedure, I guess it’s a matter of time Minsk tourism will develop and the city becomes more and more popular among curious tourists who are tired with well-known destinations. I put together this Minsk guide with the overview of what to see and do in Minsk as well as some tips to help you plan your trip to Minsk, Belarus. Minsk travel tips Before I start telling you properly about what to do in Minsk here is […]

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Today I feature the guest post by Danny, a fellow blogger writing at What’s Danny doing?. Danny tells us about his adventures when hitchhiking in Greece and experiencing Greek hospitality. Enjoy the read! Not so long ago I found myself at the side of a road in Northern Greece– a place in Europe I’d never explored before. My girlfriend and I were standing with thumbs turned upwards, backpacks at our side, forcing a smile beneath a blistering late summer sun; waiting with growing desperation for some kind soul to offer us a ride. We had a few stale biscuits and half a bottle of tepid water left. Resources, of both the literal and mental kind, were running low. But then, miraculously, a rather fancy looking car drove past. It pulled over a few meters away, stopped for a second- as if pondering what to do next- and then reversed slowly back towards where we stood in anticipation. Two olive skinned, smiling men sat in front of us, eyes and voices welcoming us into their car. With great relief we sat down, bags on our laps, feeling immensely happy to finally be somewhere cool and comfortable. In broken, but brilliant, English: […]

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Tbilisi, the awesome capital of Georgia and one of my favorite cities, is getting more and more popular with each year. I’ve been visiting Tbilisi frequently for the past 8 years – the number of tourists increased, a lot and Tbilisi tourism is developing rapidly. And I do get it, the city is amazing, with so much to offer that everyone should find something interesting. If you are planning to visit Georgia I put together a small Tbilisi guide with numerous Tbilisi travel tips that will hopefully make your trip smoother. Where is Tbilisi Georgia? First things first – Tbilisi, the capital of Georgia, is located in the Caucasus region. The country has borders with Turkey, Russia, Azerbaijan, and Armenia and it used to be part of the Soviet Union. The local time is GMT +3 in the summer and GMT +4 in winter. When is the best time to visit Tbilisi, Georgia? I’ve been to Tbilisi in all seasons and my favorite time is either spring or autumn. Summers can be insanely hot there, the city is also full of tourists so you might wait a bit in line for a cable car or for a table at the […]

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