We’re slowly getting out of the corona-crisis, things are finally getting a bit more normal, and naturally, we can’t wait to start traveling like we used to. But more time will pass before we get to that stage again. Still, there are ways to enjoy fun cultural places, maybe they just haven’t crossed your mind. We’re here to help you and to give you some ideas on how to explore cultural places in your own country and start traveling again.
Are you planning to do a museum-hopping in Vienna and are looking for a less-conventional museum to make your day even more fun? We have the right museum for your bucket list! It’s the Madame Tussauds museum – the most famous waxworks museum with more than 80 wax figures of some of the most popular celebrities from around the world. It is located in the Viennese amusement park called Prater (very convenient), so you can go to some of the many exciting rides after you finish exploring this cool museum.
Most cities are built by rivers and that is what gives them some kind of personality. When the nice weather is here, the riverfront of a city always tends to be a very special place where you can just sit and relax. Especially in the summer, if you can take a dip or just sit in the shades by the water and enjoy the day. In this blog post we bring you the 8 most beautiful riverfront cities in Europe, so keep reading and find your perfect destination.
Portugal is a country that has it all: so many historical places for you to explore, extraordinary culture, gorgeous beaches, and natural surroundings, cuisine and wines you’ll love, and its home to warm and welcoming people that will make your stay even better! Exploring the country of fado and saudade was one of the best decisions we ever made, and we bring you a few tips before you decide to travel there as well — here are the 8 things you need to know before you visit Portugal.
Austria — the land of gorgeous Alpine surroundings and cultural cities that any culture lover must explore. In one of our previous blog posts (“5 Most Beautiful Towns in Austria“), we talked about five of the most beautiful cities in this amazing country, and in part two we bring you five more of them that you must explore and enjoy.
Do you remember when you used to just go to the seaside by car and find you accommodation on the spot? Do you get as frustrated as we do because your flight is delayed or canceled, and you waited for hours? Or when you get home and realize that you’ve missed some really important spots in the city that you visited? We live in a digital world and your smartphone is the one thing you just have to take with you when traveling. Why not fill it up with some awesome travel apps and make it even more useful? We bring you the list of best travel apps that made our trips much easier and sure will do the same for you.
In the shadow of the Acropolis hill, you will find Plaka — the most picturesque neighborhood in Athens. Strolling around this old historical neighborhood will take you back in time. The antiquities, museums, architectural gems, small taverns, and pleasant smells hidden amongst the charming labyrinthine streets will surely leave you breathless. Here we bring you 5 reasons why you must visit Plaka in Athens, so keep reading.
We recently visited Split — Croatia’s second-largest city and spent only 24 hours there. We haven’t had that much time, so we focused on the essentials, the things that you absolutely must-see, and we bring you the idea of what to do in Split for a day.
Springtime is approaching, and we are definitely looking forward to it, as it always brings great adventures! If you’re looking for some trip ideas for March, keep reading, we’re about to give you the list of our favorite destinations — the 7 best places to visit in March 2020.
Are you a fan of a good road trip where you can experience most of the region that you’re visiting? If you’re looking for some road trip inspiration, keep reading – we bring you more of the best European road trips that you must take in your lifetime.