Traveller guide

Nepal – A Trek to Emerald Lakes of Gokyo
Published: 1.2.2020
Would you like to avoid the crowds heading to Everest Base Camp? Looking for less busy trails in the Khumbu area with stunning views of the world's highest mountains? Then the trek to Gokyo is one of the hidden gems of the Himalayas that will not disappoint you.

California, Eureka – Charming Seaport Town
Published: 31.1.2020
Eureka is the largest coastal city of California, 50 million north of San Francisco. Victorian architecture, complemented by various art installations, is unforgettable.

Germany, Wuppertal – A Dream of Every Railway Fan
Published: 30.1.2020
Photos from the German city of Wuppertal look amazing - like animated illustrations from a futuristic comic book, thanks to the Schwebebahn suspended public transport route. Trains hovering over the river or above the street on the third floor of the surrounding houses have been running on this track since 1901, and since 1997, the Schwebebahn deserves state protection.

Great Britain, Seaford – A Trip to Seven Sisters
Published: 29.1.2020
Today we look to the English Channel coast. Our goal this time will be the famous Seven Sisters, which extends between Seaford and Eastbourne in the south of England.

Spain, Sevilla – A Diverse Center of Andalusia – VIDEO
Published: 28.1.2020
The third largest cathedral in Europe, the sarcophagus of Christopher Columbus, the Royal Palace of Alcázar, but also plenty of culture, fine food and wine. These are all the attractions of the largest city of southern Spain. Let's go there together.

Indonesia, Bali – As You Don't Know It
Published: 27.1.2020
Bali is Indonesia's most interesting island with the capital Denpasar. The air is interwoven with local Hinduism, which differs from classical Hinduism by the added elements of local traditional faith. What certainly Bali cannot deny is the magical nature. Both attract to the island not only a lot of tourists, but also people come here for spiritual renewal, life reboots or just a good rest.

Austria, Zell am See – Magical Region in Salzburg
Published: 26.1.2020
Today we have a trip to the Austrian state of Salzburg, more precisely to the breathtaking Zell am See region, which is famous for ski resorts, beautiful lakes, picturesque villages or majestic mountains.

Nepal – A Trek Across Three Klippes and Visit to Base Camp on Everest
Published: 25.1.2020
Experience your favorite base camp trek a little differently. Avoid the busy hiking trail to the base camp and head across three five-thousand-meter Renjo La, Cho La and Kongma La saddles. The best place in Khumbu awaits you.

USA, California: Fresno – Local Culture
Published: 24.1.2020
Today we will visit Fresno again. We will tell you where to go for culture, because perhaps there is no city more in favor of culture in the United States. After all, there are more than a hundred nationalities, making it perhaps the most ethnically diversified city in the US after the largest cities like, for instance, New York.

India: Mysterious Caves of Barabar
Published: 23.1.2020
Mysterious mythical caves, called by the hills in which they are excavated - Barabar, can be found in India, in the state of Bihar, in the Jehanabad region. These are the oldest caves excavated by a humans. Their origin dates back to the reign of Emperor Ashok around 260 BC. They confuse heads for researchers and tourists.

Great Britain, Brighton – Police Museum
Published: 22.1.2020
Today we look to Brighton, more precisely to the local town hall, located on Bartolomějské Square near the coast. The neoclassical building from the 1930s serves not only as a municipal office, but also holds weddings and you can visit one unusual museum.

Switzerland, Geneva – The City of Peace Below Europe´s Highest Mountain – VIDEO
Published: 21.1.2020
Swiss Geneva is located near the border with France, just below the highest peaks of the Alps. It is one of the most important centers of diplomacy and one of the best places to live worldwide. Let's look into it together.

Israel, Masada Fortress – The Symbol of Determination and Freedom
Published: 20.1.2020
This ancient fortress lies only about 3 kilometers from the southern end of the Dead Sea, on the edge of the Judean Desert. During the 1st century BC, it was built by Herod the Great. Already at the time of its construction, this place had an important strategic location. Masada is located at an altitude of 30 meters, although it is built on a 450 meters high cliff. How is it possible? Simply put - the Dead Sea lies about 430 meters below the level of the Mediterranean Sea.

SK: Winter Vacation on Northeast of Slovakia
Published: 19.1.2020
Travel with us to northeastern Slovakia, which is attractive throughout the year. However, the winter season offers a more magical view of the countryside, downhill skiing and cross-country skiing, but you can also relax.

Turkey, Side – Ancient City on the Coast
Published: 18.1.2020
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?

USA, California: Fresno – Visiting the City
Published: 17.1.2020
The city's name sounds interesting, curiosity has not allowed us to miss what it means. The name originates neither in English nor in the native Native American Yokut and Miwok tribes, as is common throughout America but in Spanish. Fresno means ash because ash is the most common tree lining the San Joaquin River, which flows into the Gulf of Suisun.

Estonia, Tallinn – By Boat from Helsinki
Published: 16.1.2020
Helsinki is a seaside town and thanks to its location in the middle of the Gulf of Finland, you can turn around to see the surrounding states. Ferry journeys of various lengths can be used primarily as a connection to the Swedish capital - Stockholm, St. Petersburg. St. Petersburg, Russia (where visas are needed), or the capital of Estonia, Tallinn. And just over two hours of sailing distant Tallinn is an ideal day trip from modern Helsinki to history.

Great Britain, Oxford – Erudition All Around
Published: 15.1.2020
We visited the English city of Oxford last week. We saw a few sights and places of interest, but we missed Oxford University.

Spain, Malaga – Live On the Street of Historical City – VIDEO
Published: 14.1.2020
Southern nations are famous for how much time they spend outside in the streets of their cities. Whether it's a several hours long dinner or an afternoon coffee. Let us now go back together to Malaga on the Andalusian coast and soak up at least a fraction of the local atmosphere.

Singapur – Lion's City Which Is an Economic Tiger
Published: 13.1.2020
Singapore is a relatively small city-state that rises above other states in Southeast Asia by being highly economically developed and economically ferocious. With nearly 6 million inhabitants, it is one of the most populous states in the world, which is also due to the high level of migration. Everybody in Singapore would simply want to live.

SK, Liptovský Peter and Jamník – Traditional Townships of Liptov
Published: 12.1.2020
Today we visit the district of Liptovský Mikuláš, more precisely two picturesque Liptov villages, which are located near the highway D1 (exit Liptovský Hrádok).

Nepal, Bardia National Park – To the Wilderness with a Guide
Published: 11.1.2020
"When we meet the tiger, form a group and don't move, if we meet rhinos, throw away backpacks and run, bear ... well, that's a bummer, we're probably unlucky." hitchhiking and wading through the creepers to meet these animals.

USA, California: Fresno – Interesting Sights Around the City
Published: 10.1.2020
Today we head to sunny California and head to the San Joaquin Valley, which is located in the central area of the state.

Scotland – Traces of Roman along the Border
Published: 9.1.2020
In connection with Scotland, everyone will surely recall the fierce people fighting for independence throughout the history of this wild country, be it the Norman and Viking raiders, or the English and Irish usurpers. For the first time, however, the Romans attempted to penetrate the area at that time inhabited by the wild tribes of the Picts and the quieter Britons under the command of Agricola. However, they soon found that the land was not profitable enough for the long-term stay of the soldiers, so they decided to leave the north of Great Britain again and leave the newly built roads, fortresses and ramparts lying fallow.

Great Britain, Oxford – A City of Dreams Fullfilled
Published: 8.1.2020
After a short break we return to England, more precisely to the county of Oxfordshire, where we visit one of the most famous university cities in the world - Oxford. This 160,000 center of education offers almost forty dormitories, amazing history, monuments, personalities and, last but not least, its noble atmosphere.

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