If Japan has its Sakura in Spring then Holland’s colourful equivalent is surely its tulip fields. Today was the day when I would realise that ambition to find those fields of bloom. Bucket list We awoke early again on the third day of our trip and after a quick breakie, we grabbed all the necessary … Continue reading Driving Holland’s Tulip Fields
Rome, the city where history and italian essence mix and create a unique atmosphere. Where old Vespa motorbikes stroll by narrow streets of Trastevere. Traces of Roman Empire, Renaissance and Baroque can be discovered all around the city and its unique atmosphere will make you live a wonderful experience. This city is the hearth from … Continue reading Rome in one day: A journey through history
I’ve just spent three fantastic days in the stunning Belgian city of Bruges and I’m writing this travel guide sat in Brussels airport waiting for my flight home. One thing that struck me during my pre-trip research was that so many people only spend one day in Bruges. Blog posts entitled ‘A day trip to Bruges’ and ‘How to … Continue reading A Travel Guide to Bruges, Belgium
My wife and I decided to take a three-week road trip covering Serbia and Bosnia & Herzegovina. We based ourselves out of Belgrade; the capital, Nis; the birthplace of Constantine the Great and Novi Sad; one of the prettiest cities in the region. Each day, we either stayed to explore or took day trips to nearby ancient … Continue reading 10 Places You Must Visit in Serbia
“Some people feel the rain. Others just get wet.” Bob Marley Have you ever had the feeling that a city was tired of you? That it was weary, bored, and not so willing to tell you about itself… Now, imagine you arrive and you feel a city is already living its own life; an undisturbed, … Continue reading What to Do in Ljubljana (Even When it’s Pouring)?