City breaks, Czech Republic

10 reasons why you must visit Ostrava

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

Czech Republic, Outdoor

Best outdoor activities in the Jeseníky Mountains, Czech Republic

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

Kroměříž castle from the main square
City breaks, Czech Republic, On the Road

Top 5 cities to visit in Moravia, 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!

Panoramic train
On the Road, Switzerland

Tour of Switzerland in two weeks

As many of you may know, this year I had the chance to live in Switzerland for 3 months during which I tried to experience this country as much as I could. I tried to visit a new place every weekend, and now I decided to create a complete itinerary for you which includes all the places I liked the most. The itinerary lasts 2 weeks and it can be divided into two parts: Western Switzerland and Central Switzerland.

Harderkulm viewpoint
City breaks, Outdoor, Switzerland

Two days in the Interlaken area, the best place in Switzerland

Interlaken is the best place in Switzerland for me. How it is easy to understand, it is called Interlaken because it lies between two lakes: Lake Thun and Lake Brienz. The two lakes, with their super blue water, create a unique landscape and, at the same time, the cities around the lakes are so beautiful that you really don't want to leave.