We want to keep you busy and entertained, even in times of lockdown! Therefore, we went on a discovery journey throughout all nine states of Austria to look for so-called ‘’microadventures’’ you could go on to spice up your weekend or time off. Today, we’ll start with Styria. Did you know that it is also called “the Green Heart of Austria” due to its extensive and diverse nature? Starting from the glaciers at Dachstein in the north to the South Styrian Wine Route (Styria is not only famous for its wine but also its specialty pumpkin seed oil!), the state has something for everyone. So, let’s set off on our first microadventure, and let yourself get inspired!
It has now been almost a year since COVID-19 started affecting our lives, and many of us long for traveling. But can we travel sustainably and protect the climate? We don’t advocate staying at home forever or just traveling by bike. But it wasn’t just the pandemic that showed that we should rethink the way we travel.
Late fall has arrived in Vienna. The days are already short and dark, and it’s been a while since we last had a sufficient dose of sunlight. With the dim light and the morning mist, the city is often covered in a magical twilight.
As tempting as it might be to just stay in your warm and cozy home, we decided to explore some places in Vienna you might not have visited to entice you outside. As the options for outdoor activities are unfortunately rather limited at the moment, we thought we’d give you some inspiration for beautiful walks to not only get some fresh air, but also soak in the enchanting atmosphere and relax. Because as diverse as these places are, what they have in common is their unique. and sometimes, even magical atmosphere. So follow us on our little tour and explore the loveliest fall walks Vienna has to offer, away from the usual tourist destinations.
We love exploring Athens! Besides being a great summer destination, it’s so rich with culture and history, and it’s a perfect destination for any cultural traveler, at any time of the year. When it comes to the best things to do in Athens, we’ve already shown you the best streets to wander around, so this time we will tell you a bit about 6 of our favorite squares. Use these blog posts as guides for a complete walk around the city, once you get to visit it for real.
Known as the Eastern city that never sleeps, Hong Kong is one of the most interesting places in Asia. It has such a vibrant atmosphere that you will just love and if you had only one chance to visit only one place in Asia, it should be Hong Kong. Yes, we know — Asia is unique and every single place is worth exploring, but for the sake of this blog post, let’s say that you have the opportunity to visit one place only. If you’re planning to visit Hong Kong someday, it’s a good idea to get introduced to its unique culture, and that is exactly what you will read about in this blog post, so keep reading.
We do love Europe and all of its countries, but some of them are just a bit extra special and make you feel like you’re in the best place in the whole world. One such country is Serbia — a yet undiscovered gem of our lovely continent. If you’re looking for new places to learn about, we bring you 7 reasons to explore Serbia, both digitally and on spot.
La Sagrada Familia is an extraordinary religious building located in the gorgeous city of Barcelona, one of the most visited tourist attractions in Spain, and, of course, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. You’ve seen its pictures so many times, or even admired it in person, but how much do you really know about this Catalan gem? Let’s learn some interesting facts about Gaudí’s Masterpiece.
Zagreb is an exquisite city with a unique blend of the old spirit of continental Europe and Mediterranean culture. It’s full of beautiful buildings, amusing museums, and relaxing parks, but there is so much more. It has its unique spirit that you just must feel, and we’re about to tell you how. We’re about to show you the top things to do in Zagreb in order to feel the real spirit of the city.