Traveller guide

USA, Michigan – Grand Rapids
Published: 26.6.2020
Last week, we first peeked into the tourist-recommended Michigan town of Grand Rapids, also known as the City of Beer.

Austria, Carinthia – Spending Vacation at Neighbor's
Published: 24.6.2020
Here you can find some holiday tips and ideas for an active holiday in Carinthia in the sunny south of Austria.

India: Karnataka, Gokarna – A Sleepy Temple Town
Published: 22.6.2020
Do you need to rest and recover from India's intense chaos? Embark on a quiet paradise. Gokarna is a Hindu pilgrimage town in Karnataka with a newly discovered center for lovers of beaches and hippies.

Lower Autria: The Region of Trek, Food, and Culture Enthusiats
Published: 21.6.2020
Nature, peace and endless space - the ideal place to get new experiences. Lower Austria offers deep forests and vineyards lined with the Danube, mighty mountains, but also a varied culture and interesting history. With the release of restrictions, the Lower Austrian region is becoming a tourist tip this summer.

Mauritius – Grand Bassin, Chamarel, Gris Gris
Published: 20.6.2020
On Mauritius, there is a beautiful Black River National Park, on the eastern edge of which is the B88 - Grand Bassin Road, which leads to the lake of the same name. This becomes the destination of pilgrims during the festival of Maha Shivaratri. The very entrance to the lake is guarded by two huge statues, more precisely the Hindu god Shiva and the unfinished statue of Durga Ma. The mentioned statue of Shiva is at the same time with a height of 33 meters the tallest statue located in Mauritius. There are a large number of monkeys in the vicinity of the statues, which should not be fed, as they can also dangerously scatter humans.

USA, Michigan: Grand Rapids – An Idyll of the American Midwest
Published: 19.6.2020
From cold Alaska, we head to the midwestern state of Michigan, where the city of Grand Rapids, the second largest in the state, awaits us. Historically, it was one of the centers of the furniture industry, home to five of the largest furniture companies in the world. No wonder Grand Rapids is nicknamed the "City of Furniture."

SK: View Points You Should Visit
Published: 17.6.2020
Slovakia provides a wide range of opportunities for trips and vacations. If you like hiking, visit the majestic mountains, if you prefer relaxation, you should choose one of the many spas. If you would like to look at Slovakia from above, visit one of the view points.

India, Jaipur – Pink City
Published: 15.6.2020
We have all heard of the rose city of Jaipur, India, at least once in our lives. Jaipur is the capital and largest city of Rajasthan. It attracts visitors mainly with its preserved palaces, temples, fortresses and monuments. It is not for nothing that it is called the Pink City.

USA, New York: 5 Places You Should Visit
Published: 14.6.2020
New York is a city that is on the travel list of many people. No wonder, it is full of historical monuments and dozens of interesting places. Do you want to visit New York and make a plan, what do you want to see? In that case, don't forget these 5 places.

Mauritius, Curepipe – Shopping Fever
Published: 13.6.2020
Another important Mauritian town after Port Louis is the town of Curepipe, sometimes nicknamed "La Ville-Lumièr", translated as "City of Light", as it was the first on the island to be fully electrified.

USA, Alaska: Juneau – To Glaciers
Published: 12.6.2020
Today we will follow up on a walk from last week, when we went to the capital of the largest American state.

SK, Trenčín Region – Matthew's Kingdom I
Published: 10.6.2020
Although the Trenčín region is not one of the largest regions in Slovakia, it offers a number of excursion destinations.

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.

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