My Guide to The World

by Renata P.



Mostar- the biggest surprise of Bosnia and Herzegovina

Bus trip from Sarajevo Our trip to Bosnia included also a day trip to Mostar. We got up early and bough return bus ticket to Mostar. It was vey cheap and convenient solution. The journey took about 2,5 h one way... Continue Reading →

Salzburg -unique and charming city

General idea What do you imagine when someone says Salzburg? You can't forget that Salzburg is more than the City of Mozart and home of the Salzburg Festival. Salzburg has rich history, there are also countless fascinating insights and surprising moments... Continue Reading →

Is Bratislava worth a visit?

Give a chance Bratislava is a capital of Slovakia and one of cities which are skipped on a touristic map. If you are visiting for example Vienna, Bratislava can be a good alternative for a day trip. I wouldn't spend... Continue Reading →

10 hours in Vienna (city centre)

Short stay During our road trip we had a small stop in Vienna. We were thinking to pro-long it but due to terrible weather we didn't do that. It was not my first time in Vienna what was an extra... Continue Reading →

Zakopane -capital of polish Tatra mountains

Town in south of Poland Zakopane is a lovely town situated at the foothills of themajestic Tatra mountains. It has a population of 30,000 inhabitants. The unusual location of the town, hidden between a gentle range of Gubałówka and the rocky... Continue Reading →

Welcome to Rome-city of seven hills

Plan your trip Before visiting Rome make a plan what would you like to see. Depends how long are you planning to stay make a selection of top attractions. I spent 3 days in Rome what was just enough for... Continue Reading →

Vatican-the smallest country of the world

When you are in Rome don't forget about Vatican It might only cover about half a square kilometre, but the Vatican looks every inch a religious superpower. Its holy buildings are monumental in scale and its lavishly-decorated halls house some... Continue Reading →

Romantic village of Tenerife- Garachico

Northern Tenerife Garachico, one of the most popular spots for day-trippers on Tenerife, might have been the most important town on the island if nature hadn't intervened spectacularly. Just over three hundred years ago, Garachico had it all. As the... Continue Reading →

Road with a view in the Anaga Mountains (Tenerife)

Not always known by tourists Anaga Mountains Tenerife occupy the north-east part of the island. This is the greenest part of Tenerife, covered with rain forest at higher altitudes, roughly starting from about 600 meters above the sea level. The... Continue Reading →

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