Traveller guide

Turkey, Efes – Gem of Antiquity
Published: 17.5.2022
Efes is the most preserved antique city in Turkey and it is rightfully one of the most popular spots. This place was known already in the 2nd century BCE. More than 250 thousand people lived there during its greatest time. In the present, thousands of tourists come here to admire what is left of fascinating buildings. Today, you walk with us on its marble pavement.

UK, St Davids – The Smallest Town in Great Britain
Published: 16.5.2022
St Davids is less than 2,000 inhabitants, making it the smallest town in the UK. Most of its area is occupied by the Cathedral of St. David and the premises associated with it. This building also helped the city to its unusual status, it is the largest church building in Wales and it houses the remains of St. David, so obviously can not be part of the village, but the city.

Poland, Wadowice – The Birthplace of the Pope
Published: 15.5.2022
Approximately 50 kilometers southwest of Krakow lies the almost 20,000-strong town of Wadowice, famous as the birthplace of Karol Wojtyla, later Pope John Paul II. Today we will not only follow in the footsteps of the Pope, but also look into history.

CZ, Lidice – A Memorial to Human Tragedy
Published: 13.5.2022
Silence, peace, humbleness… breeze plays with trees lined in alley. A place of peculiar energy which expects everybody who goes there. It is only couple of kilometers near Kladno.

Ecuador: Vilcabamba - the Longevity Valley
Published: 12.5.2022
The city of Vilcabamba became very popular among tourists. Dubbed the „Valle de los Longevos“ (the Longevity Valley) it is a home to many very old people some live even up to 100 years! Nobody knows why it is like that. Some say its the water or food, climate or life without stress. This makes Vilcabamba a place interesting for scientists and medical doctors.

Italy, Rome – An Off-Season Trip I
Published: 11.5.2022
We were pondering if winter or early spring are suitable seasons for a stay in Rome. It turned out, it was a great choice. It is off main season, therefore accommodation, and flight tickets are notably cheaper. There are also lesser tourist crowds (yet in Vatican or at the main train station there are still many people there). Moreover, the weather is amazing. It was bit frosty in the morning but as the day goes on, the sun is more powerful. Temparatures then rise up to 18 °C so we wore just sweaters (some even wore T-shirts and shorts).

Turkey, Side – Ancient City on the Coast
Published: 10.5.2022
The enchanting port city of Side with monuments of ancient civilizations is part of the Turkish Riviera. In addition to swimming in the sea you can also visit the treasures of ancient history. So I set out to explore the beauty of this place. Are you coming with me?

Great Britain, Northern Devon – In the Spirit of Victorian England
Published: 9.5.2022
North Devon is a part of Devonshire, a county in the southwest of England. In the north it borders the Bristol Bay. This area is great for anyone intending to experience true English countryside and nature. Tourism and agriculture creates significant proportion of income of the local population. Thanks to that, the region has kept its 19th century atmosphere and its typical meadows, fields, and wild coastline.

Poland, Auschwitz - Remembering the Holocaust
Published: 8.5.2022
These days we commemorate the 77th anniversary of the end of World War II. One of the most important milestones in our history is remembered through a visit to the Polish city of Auschwitz, which is located at the mouth of the river Soly to the Vistula in the Lesser Poland Voivodeship.

Ecuador: Zamora - welcome to the jungle
Published: 5.5.2022
Zamora is a small and tranquil town without any colonial architecture. Yet the Amazon jungle makes it rich on flora and fauna. It is a great place to start to explore green lowlands of the Parque Nacional Podocarpus.

Denmark, Copenhagen II. – Parks, Cemeteries, and Andersen
Published: 4.5.2022
Flowers, blossoming trees, benches, small lanterns, puffy bears, and birds singing. People walk slowly along gravel paths. You can see children, grandpas, grandmas – it doesn’t matter. All are enjoying this calm place. Were there not tombs with Danish names I wouldn’t even notice that I am at a large cemetery. It rather seems the tombs were placed there accidentally.

Turkey, İzmir: The Heritage of Multiculturalism
Published: 3.5.2022
Izmir (also known as Smyrna) has been settled for five and half millennia. The city is located in Anatolia along the bay which is connected with the Mediterranean Sea. The location of the city mean it had experienced rule of many civilizations and empires. The last of them, the Ottoman Empire, conquered Izmir in 1389, in the time when it still was a part of the decaying Byzantine Empire.

Great Britain: Isle of Man – To the Middle of the Irish Sea
Published: 2.5.2022
For a while we leave Central Europe, we move to the Irish Sea, the home of the Isle of Man. Its coat of arms is rather interesting as it shows three armed legs in the shape of triskelion. It is an ancient symbol that appeared in many cultures that don’t exist today. Yet today, you might see it at Sicily’s flag.

Austria, Baden by Vienna – A Spa Town II
Published: 30.4.2022
Last week we visited the town of Baden in Lower Austria, we already know about its history and perhaps the biggest tourist attraction - spa. Today we will continue to explore. We will look at interesting sights and institutions, recommend a few social events and finally give some tips for trips to the surroundings of the city.

Ecuador: Saraguro and Loja
Published: 28.4.2022
South of Cuenca, theere live the Saragura people which makes the city one of the most Indian communities in Ecuador. The people of Saraguro still keep their Inca habits, language, art, solstice rituals, using healing herbs, music, food, drinks, Andian dances, and, of course, myths and legends.

Denmark, Copenhagen I – The City of Many Possibilities
Published: 27.4.2022
The capital of Denmark truly amazed me. Nordic history, interesting architecture everywhere, lots of greenery, bicyclists, cool people, great food and coffee. It is one of those cities which should serve as an example. Danes are the most happy nation in the world. In Copenhagen, I realized why it is so.

Turkey, Istanbul – Historic Center, A Pearl Listed by UNESCO – VIDEO
Published: 26.4.2022
As we mentioned in the previous, opening article, the most visitors are far from attracting its historic center to Istanbul. Whether it is the Hagia Sophia mosque, the Blue Mosque, the Grand Bazaar, the Topkapi Palace, or just its unforgettable atmosphere in narrow, hilly streets with countless shops. Let's get rid of our article and video.

Ireland – Cork and a trip to Kinsale
Published: 25.4.2022
The second largest and one of the oldest Irish cities - Cork. It spreads on the both banks of the Lee River. It is in the south of the country. It is easy reachable when going from downtown Dublin by bus or by airplane. We decided to spend there two nights and make use of one day to walk in Kinsale - a small colorful town, a popular tourist destination.

SK, Small Carpathians: Trek to Krslenice and Cerna Skala – VIDEO
Published: 24.4.2022
If you like tourism and beautiful trips come and join us for one easy walk to the Small Carpathian mountains. We start at Plavecky Mikulas village. There are several marked tourist trails going on into the landscape.

Austria, Baden by Vienna – A Spa Town I
Published: 23.4.2022
Approximately 30 kilometers south of Vienna, in the province of Lower Austria extends spa town of Baden (unofficially Baden bei Wien), which was at the time of the monarchy popular place in Austria's elite and now offers a unique atmosphere full of elegance and grandeur.

Ecuador: Cuenca - a city registered in UNESCO
Published: 21.4.2022
Cuenca, Santa Ana de los Cuatro Ríos de Cuenca in full name. Its architecture, art scene, and science research make people call it "the Athens of Ecuador". Don Gil Ramírez Dávalos founded it in 1557. In 1999, the city was put on the UNESCO World Heritage Site list. Moreover, it is considered one of the best places to spend your retirement at.

Sweden: Uppsala – Center of Swedish Culture
Published: 20.4.2022
Uppsala is one of the largest and most important cities in Sweden. Some interesting things about the city will be revealed in the following article.

Turkey, Istanbul: Kadiköy – A District on the Asian Coastline of the Bosporus – VIDEO
Published: 19.4.2022
Many visitors to Istanbul make the mistake of staying in the "European" part of the city. However, just cruising across the Bosporus is one of the unforgettable experiences, on the other side there are plenty of interesting places to see. One of them is the cosmopolitan district of Kadiköy, where tradition blends with the modern way of life.

Netherlands: Keukenhof Garden – Kingdom of Millions of Flowers - VIDEO
Published: 18.4.2022
One of the most sought tourist spots in Europe is the second largest garden in the world. It is a place with the best smell that I have visited. It is an experience of a lifetime. Welcome to a beautiful garden of Keukenhof – several dozen of kilometers southwest from the Dutch capital.

Chile: Easter Island - a mysterious paradise
Published: 17.4.2022
Easter Island, well known thanks to its stone statues, is situated 3220 kilometres distant, in southwest direction from Galapagos Islands, and 3600 kilometres in west direction from Valparaiso in Chile. This country annexed the island in 1888. Easter Island could be reached by air from Chile.

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