Happy December! Today we are in Graz, the Styrian capital and Austria’s second-largest city, to take you on a special journey. We’ve already shown you 10 places that will make you fall in love with Graz at first sight, so now we’ll dig deeper and show you our favorite spots to relax away from the tourist trail.
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 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 the 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.