The quality and diversity of Dublin street art have improved a lot in the last years. Find the best spots to find amazing street art pieces in this amazing city.
Donegal is probably one of the most unspoiled counties in Ireland and for sure one of my favourite. With its dreamy landscapes which range from endless white beaches to stunning cliffs, from wild national parks to cute small towns, this county is the perfect place to discover the unspoiled beauty of Ireland. Hop on in your… Continue reading Donegal Road Trip – the ultimate itinerary
Ostrava is the capital of the Moravian-Silesian region and the third largest city of Czech Republic. It is an extraordinary city which took my heart from the very first moment I arrived. It was a rainy night and I needed to take the tram from the train station to my hotel. But I couldn’t buy a… Continue reading 10 reasons why you must visit Ostrava
The Jeseníky Mountains are the Czech paradise for outdoor adventure seekers. With amazing biking trails, uncontaminated lakes and breathtaking views, these mountains are a wildlife playground for nature lovers. The Jeseníky Mountains are in between the Olomouc region and the Moravian-Silesian region and they are reachable in about two hours from some of the major cities… Continue reading Best outdoor activities in the Jeseníky Mountains, Czech Republic
Despite Prague seems to be the most popular destination of the moment, ad it is for sure the most attractive city in Czech Republic, this beautiful country has so much more to offer. Find out which cities to visit in Moravia, one of the historical regions of Czech Republic, to have an authentic Czech experience!
The 17th edition of Colours of Ostrava came to an end a few days ago and it was such an amazing experience that I couldn't help but writing a post about it! I can easily say it was the best festival I’ve ever been to!
Cliffs of Moher are Ireland’s most popular natural attraction and they are located at the southwestern edge of the Burren region, in County Clare. Definitely, a must-see if you are visiting this beautiful island.
Malahide is one of the most beautiful towns around Dublin. This village, which boasts several amazing restaurant and pubs, is very characteristic and it is located just a few minutes away from Dublin.
Looking for something to do outside of Dublin? Here there are 5 amazing places that you can reach in few minutes using public transports or driving a car.
The cliff walk between Bray and Greystone is the perfect way to spend a sunny afternoon around Dublin. The trail is accessible in less than one hour from Dublin by DART, and it can either be started from Bray Seafront or Greystones Harbour.