Top Things to Do in Amsterdam

Known also as the ‘Venice of the North’, the capital of the Netherlands is one of the favourite party destinations in Europe for a reason. Amsterdam has more than 250 canals and more than enough reasons to win your heart over in a second. World-class museums, vintage shops, quirky festivals, lovely houses, delightful restaurants and […]

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Zagreb City Guide

The capital of Croatia, which was listed as Lonely Planet’s No.1 european destination to visit in 2017,  is becoming more and more popular with visitors every year. And while many people head to the coast of Croatia to visit Split or Dubrovnik, Zagreb (which is in the northwest of the country) too has much to […]

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A Day in San Marino

As you probably already know, San Marino is among the smallest countries in the world. More precisely, it is the fifth smallest, but probably the most curious one. This micro-country is a sole survivor of Italy’s former (and powerful we must add) city-state network and it is still holding on as the world’s oldest surviving […]

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Fortica Omis

If you are on holiday near Omis in Dalmatia and are a fan of historical fortresses, stunning views and a bit of hiking, you should plan a visit to Fortress Starigrad (Fortica), a 14/15th-century fortress situated on a hilltop 260 meter above Omis. What’s the history about the fortress? Fortica is from the time when […]

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Street in Zakopane

Visit to Zakopane

It’s time you met Poland’s best-known mountain resort, Zakopane, situated only few miles from the Slovak border! This charming place is an excellent place for all sports enthusiasts, thanks to its base for hiking in summer and skiing in winter. Moreover, in addition to outdoor facilities, Zakopane is known for its wooden villas, dating from […]

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Top reasons to visit Iceland

The name itself says almost all you need to know about Iceland, but don’t let the cold scare you off – the country may be just below the Arctic Circle, but the temperatures in winter are often higher than in New York, for example. Iceland is much more than just freezing weather and splendid glaciers, […]

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