Traveller guide

France, Departement Doubs – Besancon and Surroundings II
Published: 30.9.2016
Last time, we concluded our article at Besancon cathedral. The city itself is home to over one hundred thousand people. However, add 23 thousand students of Université de Franche-Comté. Besancon has been its home since 1621. The university was founded earlier, however, in 1423.

Germany, Konstanz – Modern City on Lake Constance
Published: 29.9.2016
A wall with life dreams, daring statue, Hus' stone, Italian-style streets, cruising near German, Swiss, and Austrian shore.

SK, Kremnica – City of Humor and Coins
Published: 28.9.2016
Join us for a tour in central Slovakia. We visit the district of Ziar nad Hronom, precisely the Royal mining town of Kremnica. Once, gold and silver was mined there and there is still a mint in operation. It is one of the oldest constantly operating undertakings in the world.

Netherlands, Rotterdam – Modern City in the Center of the World – VIDEO
Published: 27.9.2016
Erasmus University, Europe’s largest port, and the city which was built almost from scratch after the WWII making it sandbox for many architects to unleash their creativity. Rotterdam is unlike any other Dutch city and this also holds true in Europe-wide perspective.

Bolívia – La Paz
Published: 26.9.2016
La Paz interested me the most of all places in Bolivia. I have always considered its unusual altitude interesting. I have always thought about how people live at 3600 meters of altitude. After I have spent some time at these altitudes in Ecuador or Peru, I have found out it is not hard at all. One gets simply used to it. Still, La Paz is quite a phenomena among large world cities for how high it is located. The city looks like it lays in a crater. Brick houses are built on slopes. It seems organized. Once you get closer, it is chaos of streets and houses-in-progress. There are high-rise buildings among historical structures down in downtown. It is quite an interesting mix. People travel by cable cars which simulate rapid-train system or subway. It is the fastest way how to get form one edge of the city to another.

Romania: Not Only about Count Dracula VI
Published: 25.9.2016
Upon our ride of the Danube Delta and our visit to the sea resort of Mamaia we headed to the Romanian capital - Bucharest. This city of two million offers interesting sights, history, and fun at great landmarks and attractions.

Myanmar: The Land of Many Faces XI – Chaungtha and Ngwe Saung Beaches
Published: 24.9.2016
The last stop in Burma is devoted to recreation on beach and a motorbike trip. A banana shake for breakfast, sea fruits for dinner. Peace, quiet, swashing of the waves during the sunrise and the sunset. Paradise or reality?

France, Departament Doubs – A Trip to Besancon and Its Surroundings I
Published: 23.9.2016
Once again, we visit sunny and beautiful France. We leave scenic town of Annecy and move 200 to the north to Departament Doubs and its capital of Besancon.

Switzerland, Rhine Falls – Europe's Largest WAterfalls
Published: 22.9.2016
Streaming water, fresh fog of the falls, and climb up into the heart of the Rhine Falls. This is great experience for travellers, adventurers, and families with children.

Bolivia – Coroico Village
Published: 19.9.2016
We leave sunny Copacabana and travel through La Paz to Coroico, a small village we deliberately chose to spend several days in nature. There goes direct line of public transportation (collective) from La Paz. It takes about three hours and ca. 150 Czech Koruna. We need to go from the altitude of 3600 meters (La Paz) even one kilometer higher. Then we would go donw serpentines to Yungas region (a region between the Andes and lowland forests). In this region there is the “death road”, a Bolivian attraction. Since 2006, there has been opened an asphalt road. Therefore the muddy road which used to be “world’s most dangerous road”. Every year allegedly 300 people died there. Today, only bikers use it.

Romania: Not Only About Count Dracula V
Published: 18.9.2016
In the last part of our series about travels across Romania we visited the town of Tulcea. It is basically the gate to the Danube Delta. Every year, thousands of tourists from all around the world visit this place. We are no exception. We will take the 120-km water ride off to the Black Sea.

Myanmar: The Land of Many Faces X –  Pindaya, a Meditation Town
Published: 17.9.2016
There are only handful of places where you don’t have to think about anything. I enjoyed this state of mind in a cave.

France, Haute-Savoie – Annecy and Lac d’Annecy
Published: 16.9.2016
The Alpine Venice - truly fitting nickname for this small town in Haute-Savoie. Jean-Jacques Rousseau wrote after he visited the town: „Now I have been happy. Now I have lived.“

Germany, Mainau – Flower Island on Bodam Lake
Published: 15.9.2016
The smell of tulips, daffodils, orchids, roses, dahlias, rhododendrons, hortenzias mix with the smell of Bodam lake. The air with this light smell goes in the speed of light breeze. Butterfly wings soar above bushes, beefy tree trunks and their bark with nice smell make the island garden beautiful.

Netherlands, Haarlem – The Forgotten Brother City of Amsterdam – VIDEO
Published: 13.9.2016
Haarlem used to be one of the most important cities in the Netherlands. Its name also became the name of one of the most famous districts in New York – Harlem. This beautiful, historical city is home to Dutch upper-middle class seeking to enjoy peace and greenery yet be close to the capital. It takes only 15 minutes to travel from Haarlem to Amsterdam. I can recommend to pay a visit to the city.

Bolivia – Copacabana and Isla del Sol
Published: 12.9.2016
Copacabana is usually the first city in Bolivia a traveller visits when travelling by land from Peru. If not, he should certainly consider the visit. Shall we excuse the city for the mandatory and quite unnecessary fee of 2 BOB (1 BOB = around 3,5 Czech Koruna), Copacabana is a nice and quite place to rest. The vista over Lake Titicaca makes it even better and adds to the atmosphere. The city is small making this resort on the lake a picturesque and magical place. You can easily walk here for how long you want and still enjoy it.

Romania: Not Only About Count Dracula IV
Published: 11.9.2016
We leaved Brasov for Tulcea early in the morning. On the road, we passed mining fields, vast meadows, and the mountain landscape changed to lowlands.

Myanmar: The Country of Many Faces IX – Lake Inle
Published: 10.9.2016
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Switzerland, Lucerne – Four Short Yet Interesting Stops
Published: 9.9.2016
Once we saw Geneva we move to another interesting Swiss city – Lucerne. It is situated in central Switzerland in the canton of the same name. About 300 thousand people live in the entire canton. So what are the most interesting places in the city on Lake Lucerne?

CZ, Krkonose: Vrchlabi
Published: 8.9.2016
You ride down the hill to the valley. Surrounding you are green hills. White buildings of local automobile factory brighten you. These are the halls of Skoda car company. Since 2012, gearboxes have been produced there. However, we go further into the center. The main landmark in Vrchlabi is St Vavrinec church. Its belfry hardly fits within the lens cope of a camera.

SK, Bratislava – Franciscan Garden and Summer Reading Room
Published: 7.9.2016
There are many interesting parks, gardens, or other green areas around the historical center of Bratislava. People can rest there in the nature. However, the city center is not necessarily laid out in stone.

Netherlands, Amsterdam – The Largest Party Center in Europe? Or Is It? – VIDEO
Published: 6.9.2016
Most stories about the capital of Netherlands conclude with something which shouldn’t be told to anyone else but the closest. However, Amsterdam is not just a city where crazy parties happen. If you sit on a bike and ride away from downtown you can experience the true Amsterdam, long away from Red Light District.

Portugal – Island of Madeira IX
Published: 5.9.2016
Balcoes lookout is situated at 86é meters above sea level. A comfortable and wide enough road leads there from the trout farm in Riberio Frio. The name fits. It is a true natural balcony giving you the view of what you would consider a piece of paradise.

Romania: Not Only About Count Dracula III
Published: 4.9.2016
We set off to return to Brasov once we saw Castle Bran the said residenece of Count Dracula. We noticed Castle Râşnov, which is not less impressive. The castle sits above a town of the same name.

Myanmar: Country of Many Faces VIII – Trek up Mount Victoria
Published: 3.9.2016
Let's climb up the second highest mountain of Myanmar. Nice weather means beautiful vista over mountains in India and to Bangladesh. There is a complicated road to the base camp. On the other hand, the climb is easy and takes you up to 3053 meters above sea level.

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