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My Guide to The World

by Renata P.

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Europe

Velika Planina- magical plateau

How to get there? Nearby Ljubljana and only few kilometres from the town Kamnik is located the bottom station of the cable car to Velika planina, which takes you amongst the green pastures of the mountain plateau in the heart... Continue Reading →

Logar Valley- one of the most beautiful Alpine glacial valleys in Europe

Amazing landscapes Our first night in Slovenia was immediately in Solčava Region. We love mountains in general and sleeping in this scenery made our first day of holidays amazing. We liked this region so much that we decided to come back... Continue Reading →

Bled-famous symbol of Slovenia

The major attraction of Slovenia On many guidebooks as a cover you will find a picture of Bled. Many tourists come to Slovenia just to visit this small town, what I think it's not right as Slovenia has way more... Continue Reading →

The Domain of the Caves of Han

Spontaneous decision As you probably know by now we really don't like to spend weekends at home.  Small research in Internet and we decided to go to Han-sur-Lesse in the Belgium Ardennes to do mountain biking.  Unfortunately in the rental... Continue Reading →

Mallorca- the underestimated Balearic island

Why to visit Mallorca? Mallorca has been consistently popular with holidaymakers for over half a century – so what is its secret?  Geographically, Mallorca consists of a fertile plain sandwiched between two mountain ranges: the spectacular Serra de Tramuntana to... Continue Reading →

Bucharest- the eastern little Paris

Good to know The legend says that the city's name comes from Bucur (joy). First time you can find a sign of the city in 1459 in an edict signed by Vlad Tepes (Dracula). The best months to visit Bucharest:... Continue Reading →

Constanta- the oldest Romanian city

How to get to Constanta Cheap tickets to Bucharest were a good reason to come to Romania. From the beginning I knew that if I am in Romania I definitely want to go to the Black Sea and have some... Continue Reading →

One day in Normandy

A bit of history in Utah Beach After visiting Mt Saint Michel we had one free day in Normandy and many ideas what to do (calvados tasting, cycling, visiting museum, driving around). We decided to do the last two activities,... Continue Reading →

Le Mont St Michel-medieval fortress town out of fairytale

On my bucket list Pictures of this town have been popping up on Instagram, Pinterest of my friends and definitely inspired me to also visit this place. Again I have to highlight that location of Belgium is perfect to explore surrounding... Continue Reading →

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