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My Guide to The World

by Renata P.

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Europe

Sax and the city-Dinant

Where is Dinant? Dinant sparkles along the Meuse River in the province of Namur. It is about 40 miles south of Brussels and about 12 miles south of Namur, the regional capital. You can get there by train (via Brussels)... Continue Reading →

Zagreb-energetic inland city

While Croatia is best known for its coastline, the landlocked capital is less recognized by visitors. It’s time to put Zagreb on a spotlight. Zagreb is the political and cultural center of Croatia and is a thriving, energetic inland city... Continue Reading →

Vršič Pass- one of the most dangerous roads with amazing views

Dangerous Vršič Pass Just a couple of kilometres from Kranjska Gora is one of the road-engineering marvels of the 20th century: a breakneck, Alpine road that connects Kranjska Gora with Bovec, 50km to the southwest. The trip involves no fewer... Continue Reading →

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 →

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