Central Europe, Sightseeing, Ski, sports and adventure, Things to do, Trekking

Photos to feed your wanderlust – discover mesmerizing Slovenia

I always like to imagine how Hemingway would have written about this place, partly because his talent would magically bring out the best in everything, and partly because there’s no chance to come here and not have a coup de foudre on this country. Slovenia is mesmerizing in every possible way, no matter who you are or where you’re from. Its beauty is discrete and bashful, yet energetic and vigorous. Lake Bled This crystal blue-green lake is…

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Architecture and art, Beaches, Central Europe, Financing & Budget, Things to do, Travel List, Trip reviews

Things to do for free in Warsaw

Poland’s history wasn’t, as we already know, the most merciful of all. Smashed under the Nazis during the World War II, it was rebuilt in a Soviet style under the communists, following their so called realism, as lacking in emotions as the limpness of their broken spirit. After joining the European Union in 2004, things have started to change and their capital city now looks completely different. There are many things to see and to…

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Architecture and art, Central Europe, Photography, Things to do, Travel List, Trekking, Trip reviews

Things to do for free in Krakow

    Every European big city has its one or two symbols for which it’s popular and most of the travelers visit these overly popular attractions. What you don’t know about Krakow is that very often tourists can’t decide which places to go and visit first. And if you’re planning to make a trip to Poland don’t even think that two days would be enough for doing all the best FREE things the city has…

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Architecture and art, Central Europe, Destinations, Financing & Budget, Photography, Things to do, Travel List

Things to do for free in Berlin

The city’s one of the most popular and visited in Europe and after only a few hours spent here you’ll understand why. All the possible attractions you could think of – the ones your friends have been telling you about as well as the ones you’ve learned about from the history books – are worth visiting. Unfortunately, especially if you’re a budget traveler, you’re going to be forced to cut some of the expenses when…

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Architecture and art, Central Europe, Europe, Photography, Things to do, Travel List, Uncategorized

Things to do in Prague for free

Prague. Praha. The name actually meant “threshold”. Pollina had said the city was a portal between the life of the good and … the other. A city of dark magic, Alessandro had called it. ― Magnus Flyte, City of Dark Magic   Prague. It’s one of the greatest cities to be seen in Central Europe for various reasons. Its vibrant nightlife is tumultuous enough to feed any hedonist’s needs, while during the day culture and refinement take over the city, as…

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Central Europe, Europe, Scandinavia

4 astounding European churches you’ll be sorry you missed

It doesn’t matter if you’re religious or not – some churches are simply a visual splendor – and this is what we’re going to discuss here. Not the religious part, but the touristic one. La Sagrada Familia, Barcelona, Spain While the new and the old part of the cathedral seem to belong to different ages and styles, its history gathers a spectacular combination of visions and styles. In 1882, when its construction began, the first…

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Central Europe, Destinations, Travel List

5 Things You Must Do in Lake Garda

Lake Garda is a very popular tourist site in Italy. What attracts visitors is the beautiful landscape and the plethora of activities that there are to enjoy as a family or alone! Since it is the largest lake in Italy at 2,350 km2, you can be sure that you will find an area that you will love and want to return to every year. As I mentioned, there are many activities that you can indulge…

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