If you are planning to visit Serbia in the near future keep in mind that you should see more than just amazing Belgrade. Serbia is so rich with natural wonders that will relax your body and soul and mostly those wonders are mountain-related. Serbia is one of the rare countries with so many imposing mountains and 15 peaks over 2,000 meters above sea level. Impressive, right? You are probably wondering why visit mountains in Serbia in winter. Keep reading, we are bringing you the answer.
We are sure that you’ve never heard of a smaller country with more beautiful natural and historical sights that are worth visiting. Bosnia and Herzegovina is a rather small country in Western Balkans with emerald green rivers, amazing mountains, huge forests and great old towns with interesting Ottoman architecture and it deserves more attention than it gets. Even though we recently wrote about a few underrated cities in Europe we didn’t include any of Bosnian cities in it because this beautiful little country deserves a post of its own. So, we are bringing you the top 10 places to visit in Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Keep reading, relax, enjoy and plan to visit Bosnia in the next year.
Although it might sound like a platitude, Bandung really deserves its nickname – The Paris of Java. Today the third largest city in Indonesia went through a real cultural and urban growth during the latter part of the Dutch colonial era. This is when many restaurants, cafés, luxurious hotels, and European boutiques were opened. European-inspired architecture is only one of many good reasons to visit Bandung. Nature is stunning too. The city is nestled between three mountains and has a cooler climate than other Indonesian cities which makes it a great destination of travellers and hitchhikers who are looking for body renewal and peace of mind.
Let’s check out some cool places in this great city.
If you are travelling to Dubrovnik, the Pearl of Adriatic there is one thing that you need to know: its magnificent walls are not the only thing worth seeing once you are there. Sure, that is the most famous part of Dubrovnik but there are a lot of places surrounding this romantic city that it would be a shame to miss. Also, if it’s your first time going to this area you probably want to know when it is the best time to visit and where to stay. We are about to show you how to make the best out of your trip to Dubrovnik.
Keep reading, take notes, and plan your trip to the Pearl of Adriatic.
When talking about travelling in general, everyone is always saying how they’re dying to visit Paris or London or Moscow or any other world-famous European city. But there is so much more to see in the old continent than just major capitals. Many European cities have a unique charm and interesting places worth visiting. That is why we are writing this blog – to give some credit to amazing European cities that are not appreciated enough. We are bringing you our list of top 10 underrated cities in Europe.
So, if you want to travel around Europe and need some inspiration, keep reading, you will not regret it.
You’re probably thinking about classical music, horse carriages and pastries, but did you know that Vienna was also crucial in the development of modern art and Art Noveau in particular? In 1897, a group of artists founded the Vienna Secession, so they could have a place to work and exhibit at, exactly how they wanted.
The most famous of these artists is, of course, Gustav Klimt, and his famous Beethoven Frieze is the main reason to not only admire the Secession building from the outside but to also have a look inside.
But let’s start at the beginning…
If you are visiting Bosnia there are a few cities that you must visit and one of them is Banja Luka. Lying on the Vrbas river, this gorgeous city is known for its tree-lined avenues, boulevards, gardens, and parks. Banja Luka is influenced by different cultures and it is noticeable in the city’s architecture which is pretty amazing. A lot of summer festivals will keep you well entertained, so be sure to get there in the summertime. In case you have never been here we are bringing you Banja Luka guide for first-time visitors.
So, let’s start exploring this beautiful green city on the Vrbas river.
Valletta, the capital of Malta is the southernmost and the smallest European capital. It stretches just 1 km by 600 meters and is surrounded by water on three sides but has so much historic architecture that UNESCO designated the whole city a World Heritage Site. This small capital does not lack any charm with amazing history and beautiful views of the Mediterranean Sea. It is all built in the baroque style with golden stone buildings, ornate churches, colourful balconies and narrow streets. In this blog, we are bringing you some interesting details about Valletta – the tiny but mighty capital of Malta.
Keep reading to find out what to explore in this charming little capital.
We are sure you heard a lot about Athens, Greek capital and the home of democracy. You know about Greek gods and place of worship – the famous temple of Parthenon but there is much more to see in Athens. Athens has some really charming neighbourhoods that you will love and historical places that you will admire. After reading about 10 amazing places to enjoy in Athens you will pack your bags immediately and go seek them yourself.
So let’s get started, we are sure you’re already excited about Athens.
Graz, Austria’s second largest city after Vienna, is the considered to be the northernmost Mediterranean city, with its narrow, cobbled streets and renaissance vibe and also an ideal shopping destination. Located near Austria’s borders it took something from Italy, Central Europe and Balkans – that is why it feels so Mediterranean and on the other side, much German. We are bringing you 10 places that made us fall in love with Graz (and hopefully, you will love it, too).
So, let’s start falling in love with this charming Austrian city.