Traveller guide

SK, Banská Bystrica: Open Air Museum of Military Vehicles and the SNP Museum – VIDEO
Published: 9.6.2020
This year marks the 75th anniversary of the end of World War II. Many monuments, museums and open-air museums of military technology have been built over the past decade to commemorate this dark event in our history. They want to remind us not only of the destruction and casualties caused by the war, but also of the victory.

Nepal, Janakpur – The City of Temples and Lakes
Published: 8.6.2020
The city of Janakpur is located near the Indian border and is considered the birthplace of the Hindu goddess Sita, also known as Bhudevi. It has become home to more than 70 Hindu temples, the most important of which is Nepal's largest temple, Janaki Mandir.

Plague Columns - Stone Witnesses of the Victory over Epidemics  II
Published: 7.6.2020
To the glory of the church and as a thank you for protection against the danger of epidemics or war conflicts, monuments were erected in the most honorable places of cities. Today we will stop at the more ostentatious ones, they will fascinate us with their beauty and monumentality. But do we know their past and do we know why they decorate our square today?

Mauritius – Tea, Vanilla, Rum
Published: 6.6.2020
Tea, rum and vanilla - three basic and typical products of the island of Mauritius. They are therefore the most common content of all trips.

USA, Alaska – Juneau
Published: 5.6.2020
There is no road to the Alaskan capital, Juneau. This is the only reason why it is a relatively non-traditional location. You can get here either by boat or by plane. It is located on a mainland promontory in the south of the state and is separated from the Pacific Ocean by a network of islands. Despite its remoteness, Juneau is a popular and attractive tourist destination with a large selection of interesting natural sites, which is clearly dominated by the Mendenhall Glacier (about 20 kilometers northwest of Juneau).

SK, Trnava Region - The Region Winery, History, and Art III
Published: 3.6.2020
One week later, we return again to the Trnava region, more precisely to the surroundings of Skalice. We will visit the popular tourist boat route, we will also go to the unique car racetrack and end the walk through this region on the wine (cycle) road.

Nepál: A Trek Across Langtang Valley
Published: 1.6.2020
Would you like to experience a real Himalayan trek, but would like to avoid the busy trails? Then the alpine trek through the Langtang glacial valley is an ideal solution. The glacial valley lies in the eponymous national park, which was recognized as the first Himalayan national park. If you are lucky, you can see herds of yaks, a red panda or a snow leopard.

SK: Marian Columns – Stone Witnesses of Victory Over Epidemics
Published: 31.5.2020
Last week we wrote about the history of construction and the symbolism of plague columns in Europe, today we will focus on these sights in Slovakia. Marian columns are the largest here. These are typical of a depiction of the Virgin Mary with a child or a statue of the Immaculate Conception (Immaculate Conception) on top of them.

Mauritius, Port Louis – From Beach to Town
Published: 30.5.2020
A small island in the Indian Ocean has been gaining more and more popularity in recent years. White beaches, great weather and beautiful nature must attract everyone, making Mauritius the perfect winter retreat.

USA, Alaska: Anchorage – Gateway to Alaska
Published: 29.5.2020
Today we will take you to wild Alaska, to its largest city Anchorage, which boasts a very poetic nickname - the City of Lights and Flowers.

SK, Trnava Region – The Region of Winemaking, Hisotry, and Art III
Published: 27.5.2020
Last week we learned about the Trnava region from a height, we invited you to nature and visited a medieval ruin. Today we are going for a walk through exceptional cities.

Mauricius, Le Morne Brabant – Up the Slave Mountain
Published: 25.5.2020
If you are tired of sunbathing on the beach, sipping drinks and relaxing in Mauritius, it will be an opportunity for you to see this island in the Indian Ocean from above. For those who like hiking, one of the options is to climb the mountain Le Morne Brabant, which has been listed by UNESCO since 2008 for its natural, cultural and historical significance.

European Marian Columns – Epidemy Witnessess Made of Stone I
Published: 24.5.2020
In times when we can't go exploring other cultures, it may come in handy to look around. We realize that even in the past, people have had to deal with the pitfalls of diseases that have greatly affected the running of society. Evidence of this are the monuments expressing gratitude. One of these monuments, which we may have perceived in recent years only as meeting points, are the plague columns.

Nepal, Mardi Himal Trek – A Hidden Route in Annapurna Region
Published: 23.5.2020
Across the hills, through the rhododendron forest and along the ridge with views of the snow-capped peaks of the Himalayas to the Mardi Himal base camp. Do you want to get to know the local beauties of Nepal, but if possible untouched by mass tourism? Are you looking for a short, relatively easy and time-saving trek? If so, then Mardi Himal is the perfect choice for you.

USA, Delaware – Picturesque Corner of America I
Published: 22.5.2020
In our journey through the United States, we may have never entered the state of Delaware. Although it is the second smallest state (after Rhode Island) with its six and a half thousand square kilometers, Delaware is of great importance for US history, as it was the first state to ratify the US Constitution. In 1831, the first steam locomotive in the USA left the local town of New Castle.

SK, Trnavska Region – The Region of Winemaking, History, and Art II
Published: 20.5.2020
After visiting Trnava last week, today we will set out to explore the surroundings of the picturesque region. We will visit natural places in the form of protected areas, reservations and areas, medieval gems and we will not miss the views from above of this beautiful part of Slovakia.

Mauritius, La Vanille and Rochester Falls – Crocodille Farm and Waterfalls
Published: 18.5.2020
In the south of Mauritius, a crocodile farm and the beautiful Rochester Waterfall are nearby. Our first destination is a crocodile farm, officially La Vanille Nature & Tortoise Park. It is located in the area of a former vanilla farm near the town of Rivières des Anguilles.

Poland, Wadowice – The Birthplace of the Pope
Published: 17.5.2020
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.

Nepal, Nagarkot: The Village with Vistas Over the Hamalayan Titans
Published: 16.5.2020
A few kilometers from the dusty Kathmandu you will find the second highest point at an altitude of 2175 m, which is a small village Nagarkot located on the very edge of the capital's valley. Nagarkot offers not only panoramic views of the Himalayas, but also plenty of hiking trails that take you to the Tamang village.

USA, Illinois: Rockford – Museum and Laser Labyrinth
Published: 15.5.2020
In the first part about Rockford, we visited the local gardens together, where the most interesting were probably the Japanese-style ones. At the beginning of today's work, we will first take you to the Rockford Art Museum.

SK, Trnava Region – Region of Winemaking, History, and Art I
Published: 13.5.2020
The Trnava region is located in the western part of the Slovak Republic. The area is the second smallest, but it offers more than enough tourist attractions. Lovers of history can take a tour of Trnava, for those who like spa, we recommend a visit to Piešťany, Velký Meder or Galanta, for gourmets and lovers of specific architecture Skalice and for pilgrims is definitely a picturesque stop Šaštín-Stráže.

CZ, Gutštejn – Romantic Ruin in West Bohemia – VIDEO
Published: 12.5.2020
Near Konstantinovy Lázně stands one of the most impressive ruins of western Bohemia. Let's go together in the video on a beautiful trip from Dudákovský mlýn and Šipín to the castle above the Hadovka stream.

Mauritius: A Whole-Day Trek to the Waterfalls
Published: 11.5.2020
In the central part of the island of Mauritius there is a system of 7 cascades. You can even see eleven during the rainy season. For all those who decide to visit them, an amazing spectacle awaits along the challenging route.

Poland, Auschwitz - Remembering the Holocaust
Published: 10.5.2020
These days we commemorate the 75th 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.

Nepal: A Trek to Rara Lake – Queen of All Lakes
Published: 9.5.2020
In Nepal, I have already visited various regions, completed countless treks and thought that I had already seen most of what this country of the highest mountains has to offer. However, I was pleasantly surprised to learn that I was wrong and there is still something new to discover. My next destination was the western corner of Nepal. This time my paths led to one of Nepal's largest lakes, Lake Rara.

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