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My Guide to The World

by Renata P.

Berlin-trendy, cozy, alternative or a hipster city?

Another time in Berlin It's been a while since my first visit in Berlin. It's amazing to see how much the city changed during the last years. Personally I am a fan of cities like Berlin with a positive vibe,... Continue Reading →

Never enough of Luxembourg

My fairy tale continues In my previous post I took you to discover with me the famous "Seven castles Walk" but this was still not enough for me. Last August we spent 4 days in Luxembourg and explored even more... Continue Reading →

Trail trough the Valley of the Seven Castles (Luxembourg)

In love to little Luxembourg During my first visit in Luxembourg I was amazed by the architecture, castles and special landscapes. I knew it that I will definitely come back. I started to read blogs, guides with advices where should... Continue Reading →

Oslo- city surrounded by woodland and fjords

My expectations When I booked my tickets to Oslo I heard almost from everyone that the city is one of the most expensive cities in the world. I have been before in Stockholm where indeed the prices were on the... Continue Reading →

Summary of 2016

One year later Time flies...I just remember when I decided to write my blog about one year ago and today I am writing another summary already!  I would like to thank you all for reading my blog and being here.... Continue Reading →

Highlights of Montenegro

Today is already my last post from Montenegro closing the 8-days trip through Croatia, Montenegro and Albania. Below you will find another important places which you can't miss when you are in Montenegro. Hope you like it! Ulcinj Located at... Continue Reading →

Into the wild of Montenegro-Durmitor National Park

Durmitor National Park If you have to choose one picture when you think about Montenegro what would this be? Stony beaches, architecture or like me the black mountains? Durmitor was for me a place number one which I wanted to... Continue Reading →

Cetinje, Kotor and Herceg Novi

Cetinje Our first stop was in Cetinje, which is founded  in the 15th century. The town is best known as a previous Montenegro’s capital.  Today, the elegant mansions constructed in the Continental architectural style have been converted into to museums, academies and administrative... Continue Reading →

Podgorica-one of the ugliest capitals of Europe

Entry to Montenegro As you probably remember from my other posts I regularly check if there is any promo to buy cheap tickets. Somewhere in May I have seen a good deal of Ryanair offering tickets from Brussels to Montenegro... Continue Reading →

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