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Italy, Orvieto – History Carved into Tufa II
Published: 29.6.2018
Once more we dive deep into this beautiful town of 20 thousand.

CZ: Praha – Jewish Quarter II: Synagogues
Published: 28.6.2018
Nowadays, there are no buildings in the Jewish quarter of Prague, except for the synagogues and the mysterious Old Jewish Cemetery about which we wrote the last time-. Synagogues belong to the orthodox Prague Jewish community, some of them feature exhibits from the Jewish Museum which you may view as ordinary visitors.

Italy, Milan – Center of Fashion and Design
Published: 27.6.2018
The city of fashion and design, finance, sports and nightlife. This is what attracts many to Milan. And once you get to this city even though your primary destination were landmarks, you can not miss out on this side, which makes it the richest city in the country.

France: Climbing Mont Blanc III
Published: 25.6.2018
We are on the top of Europe, on the top of Mount Mont Blanc. In case of normal hikes, the top spot is a place where one can sit, rest and enjoy the view of the surroundings, it really is not possible on the summit covered in. Here you will only hold out for a while, because it is too cold. At the same time, one realizes how tired he is and knows how far back he is and how certain sections are dangerous.

SK, The Most Beautiful Bicycle Trails in Slovakia
Published: 24.6.2018
We have good news for everyone keen on biking. The part two of the Most Beautiful Bicycle Trals which contains a selection of new 50 most beautiful circuit routes chosen to cover the entire territory of Slovakia is soon hitting the bookstores.

Vietnam, Hanoi – Temple of Literature
Published: 23.6.2018
The very first day in Asia went very quickly, and in the evening we moved to a cozy family hotel. The environment is friendly, staff gives advice with a smile, they recommend you meals, trips, help with transportation or you can buy the fruit you want. At least first, before you get by, you will certainly appreciate the help.

Italy, Orvieto – History Carved into Tufa
Published: 22.6.2018
A hundred kilometers north of Rome lies the Umbrian town of Orvieto. It sits high above the valley of the Paglia River. The town was founded by the ancient Etruscans. It later became a significant fortress, especially due to its strategic location. Today it consists of two parts. The old town lies at higher altitude, the newer part lies in the valley and it is the place which you see first when you get off the train or park your car. To get to the historic center, you can use the funicular. Up there you will find most of the tourist attractions.

Italy, Milan – Known and Less Known
Published: 20.6.2018
Milan is one of those cities where you can spend a few days and still discover something new. Since the time of the Celts, the city has developed into a modern economic center of Italy. In its tangled streets, overcrowded with cars you occasionally find some interesting sight which maybe is not one of the top attractions of Milan, but as we we are there already, why not and make a stop for a while.

Lower Austria: Bicycle Trips for All
Published: 17.6.2018
A week later we are returning to Lower Austria, which offers a number of beautiful cycling trails crossing its picturesque countryside, around monuments or places with great cuisine. Today we will introduce the most popular trails.

Vietnam, Lake of the Returned Sword – Hoan Kiem
Published: 16.6.2018
We imagined the visit to the lake as relaxing time after quite a busy day. The reality was seriously different from our expectations. I have remembered the first impression until today. With my daughter and son, we dodged through the local traffic and it was not really easy. The flood of motorcycles was not to stop. We naively thought that someone might slow down or even stop. Don't expect that. Just walk to the other end of the road. And be brave.

Italia, Vincenza – Palladio's Sand Box
Published: 15.6.2018
Let's look at the city formed by a single architect.

Italy, Milano – In Verdi's Footsteps: The Temple of Music La Scala
Published: 13.6.2018
When you visit Italy, you have to taste some of the local delicious cuisine. But as food art also is an integral part of the soul of this country. Italians live with music, and the visit to the Apennine Peninsula can‘t not go without a seeing musical performance. And what is more than the world-famous La Scala opera house?

Lower Austria: Most Popular Bicycle Trails and New Attractions
Published: 10.6.2018
Lower Austria is one of the most popular destinations for bicyclers. Only the Danube cycling route, which is located near Bratislava, is ridden by up to 400,000 cyclists each year. Many of the Lower Austrian cycling routes are part of the major European cycling networks. They are popular for their great road quality infrastructure, favorable prices, regular maintenance, plenty of sights along bike paths and stops set up specially for bikers.

Vietnam, Hanoi – A Tour in the City
Published: 9.6.2018
Upon our arrival and first impressions of Vietnam, we take a tour of Hanoi. The guide first takes us to Ba Dinh Square, which is famous especially for Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum.

Italy, Tivoli – The City of Beautiful Villas
Published: 8.6.2018
Once Tibur, now Tivoli. The city of sixty thousand is located approximately 30 kilometers east of Rome in the Sabine hills. Emperor Augustus had once enjoyed this place. He sought shelter here from hot summer in Rome.

Italy, Milan – Following Traces of Verdi: The Place of His Eternal Rest
Published: 6.6.2018
Milan is the second largest city in Italy and is known as the capital of fashion, sports, art, and business. We come here to complete our story about one of the most famous music composers ever - Giuseppe Verdi.

Izrael – Eilat and Its Surroundings
Published: 4.6.2018
Today is our last day in Israel. And because we are flying home at night, we borrow a car early in the morning and we make ourselves a really rich programme.

Vietnam – Why There?
Published: 2.6.2018
Do you think which destination is the right one for you? Where is something interesting and unusual? Where you can find beautiful landscape, excellent cuisine, and pleasant locals? Well, I know where to go. My favorite place is... Vietnam and I will try to convince you in the next few articles that even for you this is the right choice.

Italy, Treviso – Sweet  Stop
Published: 1.6.2018
Join us on a trip to the northeast corner of Italy, to the city that gave rise to the renowned Prosecco wine. But not just it. Do you love sweet dessert as much as we do? If so, then Treviso will be true paradise for you. It is here that the most famous Italian dessert - tiramisu - originates.

CZ: Plasy Convent and Surroundings
Published: 31.5.2018
Near Pilsen, in the small town of Plasy, there is a cistercian monastery founded by Vladislav II. In 1421, however, the Hussites burned it down. The Baroque appearance of the monastery and adjacent buildings is the work of the architects Jan Blazej Santini-Aichel and Jean Baptist Mathey, who from 1661 to 1739 led the rebuilding works of the monastery to the form we may see today.

Italy, Following Verdi – Busseto and Sant'Agata
Published: 30.5.2018
We haven't left Busseto yet. We moved from its center to the outskirts of the city and to Sant'Agata three miles away. There is a farmhouse where fill the missing pieces of our knowledge of Verdi's life.

Palestina, Bethlehem – A Short Trip from Israel
Published: 28.5.2018
Before we head back to the south of Israel to the city of Eilat, we make a short trip outside to the neighboring state. Palestine. Less than 4 million inhabitants live there, mostly Muslims and Arabic speakers here. There are ongoing conflicts between Israel and Palestine stemming from territorial disputes and delimitation of borders.

USA: Yellowstone National Park – The Land of Fire, Sulphur Steam, and Wild Nature
Published: 27.5.2018
The first thing to remember when it comes to Yellowstone will be fascinating geysers and colorful lakes. They are countless of these in the park. Immediately behind the entrance gate, we see the cloud of smoke from the hot ground ascent. The local air is saturated with sulfur, which we must get used to for a while.

Malaysia: Borneo, Sabah: Kota Kinabalu – Wooden Atkinson Clock Tower and Mosque
Published: 26.5.2018
One of the most prestigious sights in Kota Kinabalu stands on a prominent spot along the road to Signal Hill. This whole-wooden structure was built to commemorate Francis George Atkinson, the first district officer of Jesselton during the British administration of Borneo.

Italy, Pistoia – Seeing the Riches of the Catholic Church
Published: 25.5.2018
Tuscany is magical land and is home to many amazing cities worth visiting.

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