When traveling to Malta, make sure you visit Mdina - one of the oldest cities of this small, but so picturesque country. It is actually here where 4000 years back was the former capital of Malta.
Living in Sliema, which is a 5 minute distance by ferry from Valletta, made it easy for us to dedicate one more day to this charming capital. Although Valletta is quite a small city, you can always find there new places, and corners to discover.
Traveling has always been an important part of my life. I constantly strive to discover new places, new cultures, new lifestyles, and even myself in those new surroundings. That's why planning a new trip always adds more excitement to what I am going to experience, and this time it wasn't an exception...
Once you cross the Széchenyi Chain Bridge, or any other bridge that spans the River Danube between the western and eastern sides of Budapest, you get to the Buda part of the city. It is considered to be the historical site of Budapest. Walking around Buda you will discover its majestic architectural gems, and feel the atmosphere of the past. So let's begin a small tour around this beautiful part of the city and explore its main sights.
As Budapest is separated into two sides, this time we are going to discover the Pest side, which is said to be the modern and business part of the city. However, this city area has historical sights that you just can't miss, and in this post you will discover the most important of them.
When I planned my trip to Budapest, one of the "must see" places in my wish list was the Gellert Thermal Bath. I read all the information I could find about baths in Budapest, cause there are quite a few of them here, Budapest being well known for its relaxing thermal SPAs. The stunning interior of Gellert Thermal Bath instantly attracted my attention, and as I am a real esthete, it was a pure eye candy for me.
Hours of wandering around the city in the company of close to heart people, new discoveries of the utterly beautiful corners of Budapest, the sweet and sour taste of mulled wine and the heady flavour of the cake baked on a spit, what more can I ask for?
When the winter holidays are approaching I become more and more excited, cause it's the best time of the year to travel and explore the festive look of the cites around Europe and not only. So I am looking forward to going to some of these places to feel all the fascination of the upcoming celebrations and to see all the surprises that the countries have prepared for the season.
When traveling somewhere I am always prepared that a large number of photos will be stored on my memory card, and that's exactly what has happened this time. So prepare yourself too for a detailed reportage from the wonderful city Budapest.
It is said that Turin is the crossing of the two flows, the black and white magic. On the one hand it's a part of the " devilish triangle" (where Lion and Prague are also included)- kind of abstract territory, where mystical and unexplained things happen.
Living in Italy awakens in you first of all a great desire for discovering its diversity, as each and every city of this country is so unique, but at the same time "so Italian", that you can't imagine it being in another country.
Expo Milano 2015 is one of the biggest and most expected events of the year in Italy. While being in Milano, I remember like it was yesterday, all the turmoil around it: people non-stop talking about it and trying to guess, whether all the preparations are made on time, so that everything is ready for the opening.
The ultimate factor that had great impact on me in Italy, apart from architecture, culture, food and fashion, was, of course, the nature. In today's post you are going to see the beauty of the lake Maggiore, a picturesque place with breathtaking sights and impressive palaces.
Visiting Venice for the second time, I realised I could barely remember it. My first trip to this wonderful city left me with just a general impression and pleasant memories. So I mainly expected some beautiful architecture, majestically raising upon the Venetian Canals, but once I arrived there, I felt overwhelmed by all the atmosphere that surrounded me.
Well, ladies and gentleman, here's the last post from Geneva, and after this I promise you can breathe easier. I hope I didn't overwhelm you with my reports from this trip. So in this post we are gonna explore some wonderful sights, located in different parts of this beautiful city.
Here is the second part of my trip to Geneva, and we continue to discover new places of interest in this beautiful city. Once again the photos are organized in the order of sightseeing. Enjoy!
One more trip and one more adventure for me and also possibility to discover a new thrilling destination, this time being a beautiful city of Switzerland- Geneva. To my surprise, Geneva welcomed me with a wonderful weather and shining sun, thus I could fully take advantage of it and make dozens of photos, so that in the end it turned quite hard to choose the photos that I want to post.
Having finished my exams and feeling happy to be free of all the tension related to it, I can finally share with you, my dear readers, some pleasant moments spent in Frankfurt Palmengarten, the largest botanical garden of its kind in Germany.
One more day spent in Germany supposed one more chance to discover new places of interest and this time it was Würzburg, old Franconian episcopal city located not far from Frankfurt am Mein.
Frankfurt is the city of opposites, and by saying this I mainly mean the architecture, which is quite diverse in this city. On one corner of the street you can see an old building in classical style, while right across the street you notice a huge skyscraper.