Ahhh, it is that time of the year. Christmas time. Don’t you like that smell of mulled wine, mixed with gingerbread and Christmas sweets? Throughout the old continent, you will find many eye Christmas markets that must not be missed. From home boiled wine in Zagreb to glögg in Gothenburg, let us take you on the magical winter journey to 15 best Christmas markets in Europe.
You know that feeling when you look at the pictures of your friend from his last travel and you get amazed at some place which you never knew existed before? Well, that is the feeling that we got when we saw this.
Split might be the second-largest city in Croatia, but with its fine beaches, historical landmarks, museums, art galleries, and natural parks, it may well be the place to visit on your trip to this beautiful country. Seriously, there are so many things this city can offer and in case you plan to discover this Dalmatian beauty, here are the top 10 things to do in Split.
Considered by many as the “Paris of the East“, lying on a beautiful river the Danube, Budapest is one of the most culturally important metropolises in Eastern Europe and home to numerous UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Although people lived here even in the Stone Age, this beautiful city only formally came into being in 1872 after the merging of three previously independent towns – Old Buda (Óbuda), Buda, and Pest, to become the administrative, commercial and industrial center of Hungary.
If you have already been to Vienna, then you know it. Stephansdom is one of the biggest attractions of the Austrian capital. A genuine treasure of what Austria can offer and a reminder of Austria’s glorious times. With almost three million visitors a year, this is the number one attraction in the city and a real trademark of the biggest city in Austria. In case you are interested in discovering some of the most amazing facts about this place, stay with us, cause in the next 5 minutes we will take you on a journey through time and show you something very special about this place.
Croatia is really nothing special. Full of things you see all the time.
Beaches here are pretty ordinary.
Like this one.
The city architecture is absolutely horrendous.
I mean, who on Earth would come here?
Move along, nothing to see here as well.
Hopefully, you’re never hungry because there is no good food here.
Not even in the local markets.
In some places, they think they are Italy.
And in others, they try to be like France.
And they even copied Spanish jamon.
Nature here is just like anywhere else in the world.
With nothing special to offer.
Like the sunsets.
They aren’t romantic either.
Some crazy people go skiing here.
And some think there is something unusual to do. Blah.
To top it all, Croatians do not know to have fun.
And they don’t care about culture. So what if you can see Goya, Velasquez, Rubens, Van Dyik or Renoir paintings in Mimara museum ?
Literally, anywhere else in the world would be better.
Because Croatia totally sucks.
P.S. We hope you understand that this article is written in a sarcastic way. We love Croatia very much and we believe it’s one of most beautiful countries in Europe. 😉