Sibiu is probably the city I loved the most in Romania and it is definitely a place you cannot miss if you are planning a trip to this beautiful country. Here you can taste the real Transylvanian culture, between beautiful old buildings and cobbled streets.
There is a reason if Brasov is one of the most visited cities in Romania: it is the most picturesque place in the country.
Located at the foot of the snowcapped mountains of the Sierra Nevada, Granada, symbol of the eclectic contrast of Muslim and Spanish culture, is a must stop in Andalusia.
Let's find out together what to do in Granada!
Gibraltar is a unique and confusing place. It is a small British Overseas Territory located at the end of Spain, separated just by a narrow gap of sea from Africa. Here, phone boxes and post boxes are painted red, just like in the UK, but the weather is too good to be British. Most, people speak English, but some of them speak Spanish. The official currency is the pound, but Gibraltar issued notes and coins are not usually accepted in the UK.
Sicily is the perfect place for everybody! It is full of culture, the weather is amazing all year round, food is delicious and landscapes are incredible. Each area of the island is unique in its own way and every corner is worth a visit. In this post, I'm going to talk about how to spend two days in Sicily, in the Oriental part of the island, and in particular the area between Syracuse and Noto.
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!
Cairns might not be the most charming city, but it's the closest to Cairns Airport and it's a perfect point for exploring the North Queensland. The proximity to the airport is probably the reason most backpackers stop there, making Cairns the perfect place to meet likeminded people and make new friends. So, let's see together what are the 5 best things to do around Cairns.
The Blue Mountains is a natural paradise located about 60km west of Sydney. The close proximity to this city makes this Word and National Heritage site a perfect destination for a one-day trip from Sydney. There are several tours which depart from Sydney and bring you to the main places to visit in this park. But why would you pay for an expensive tour if the Blue Mountains can be easily reached by train, which is way cheaper?
I have never been so excited to visit a city as I was when I arrived in Sydney. I loved this city from the very first moment when I went out of the St James station and the Sydney Tower Eye welcomed me on a sunny winter morning.