Over the past several years, the countries located in Southeast Europe have noticed a growing interest among foreigners to exchange the regular vacation spots with small villages that ensure an eco-friendly getaway. More info
When my friend Jelena asked me to give a presentation at the Faculty of Tourism and Sports in her hometown Novi Sad in Serbia, I said yes straight away. Not only do I love talking about travel but also l really like to inspire other people to travel more. So another adventure began, not my normal kind of adventure this time, which I was about to explain to the students. More info
One of the city’s famous landmarks is the Chapel Bridge (Kapellbrücke), a wooden bridge first erected in the 14th century.
Until recently, Amsterdam was under reconstruction. Some of the most famous museums – Van Gogh Museum, Rijksmuseum and Stedelijk – were the subject to an ambitious renovation process which is why the attention was temporarily diverted from the rich cultural and artistic heritage to the relaxed, hedonistic activities of the locals and visitors.
Everyone has heard of Santorini, there is probably no need to remind you where this Greek island is located and what is it famous and unique for.
A charming Belgian town, painted in copper and chocolate shades, will easily make you think you are taken back in the past times. Authentic medieval architecture, compact buildings, flower markets at squares, lace motifs, avenues of willows along the canal banks which reflect in the water, the sound of horse carriages in the narrow, cobbled streets.
Pecs is one of the oldest cities in Europe whose history dates back to the ancient second century, when the Romans founded the city Sopianae. Under this name, Pecs first appears in 1235. More info
Back in the 18th century, Venice became a synonym for the European decadence and splurge. The rich nobility used to waste their rich legacy on the lavish entertainment and gambling. More info