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What to do in Cadiz Spain
What to do in Cadiz Spain

If you are traveling to Andalusia and you stop by the Atlantic Ocean, you will definitely want to know what to do in Cadiz Spain. One of the oldest towns in western Europe, Cadiz is today a laid-back place surrounded by the sea, with narrow streets filled with tapas bars and tourists, fresh seafood and long beaches. (more…)

Things to do in Seville
Things to do in Seville

Here are things to do in Seville and what my travel was like to this city in the south of Spain. Although Seville struck me as a bit chaotic at first compering to Granada and Cordoba, its attractions left me speechless. If the first few things you think of when mentioning the city are flamenco, Guadalquivir or Columbus – you are in the right place! (more…)

Things to do in Cordoba, Spain
Things to do in Cordoba, Spain

If you are planning on visiting Andalusia, make sure to read about things to do in Cordoba, Spain – since this is where it all started! The city’s monuments moved me in such a way that I got goosebumps when walking among Mezquita columns and caliph’s palace remains. (more…)

ANDALUSIA, Things to do in Granada
ANDALUSIA, Things to do in Granada

Imagine visiting the town that was the most populated in Europe seven centuries ago, or stepping into the palace of The Arabian Nights whose walls are still echoing with stories of princesses… Or better yet – travel to Andalusia! But first, read about things to do in Granada with everything you need to know. (more…)

ANDALUSIA: What to do in Malaga
ANDALUSIA: What to do in Malaga

Malaga was the first place I visited in Andalusia and the last one I saw before leaving this province in the south of Spain, so here are few tips on – what to do in Malaga. This Mediterranean coastal town was my first stop in the area where diverse cultures collided centuries ago, giving birth to one surreal tradition with such achievements I always looked upon in awe. Such was my journey! (more…)

Welcome to ANDALUSIA SPAIN

This mesmerizing province in the south of Spain was on my bucket list for years and I can finally post about Andalusia on my travel blog since I just came back from the region two weeks ago. (more…)

Things to do in Cacak Serbia
Things to do in Cacak Serbia

My trip to Cacak was just in time to see the blossoming trees. It was easy to notice how the city becomes vibrant again with another cycle of nature. Lovely fresh flowers were a certain prelude to the rich historical heritage in the background. (more…)

SLOW ADVENTURE IN SOKOBANJA SERBIA
SLOW ADVENTURE IN SOKOBANJA SERBIA

Do you know that you can go cycling on Ozren mountain, take the canoe in Bovan Lake, climb the old town of Sokograd and then get to the beach, that you can also grind your own flour and make buns, or to ride a quad bike with the view of Rtanj mountain? (more…)

MALTA, What to see in Gozo
MALTA, What to see in Gozo

They told me that the northern island of Gozo is more rural than Malta, and they were right. Smaller by the two thirds than the main island, this one houses few settlements and coves, but also the orange-sand-beach, the great 16th-century-fort and the cave where the famous Odysseus was allegedly kept for seven years. So, here is what to see in Gozo. (more…)

MALTA: Sea, beaches and the Blue Lagoon
MALTA: Sea, beaches and the Blue Lagoon

When I have decided to travel to Malta this summer, I was certainly looking forward to spending time by the sea. One just has to be allured by the surreal colors of the see-through water, cozy coves and interesting rock formations. I am not really into lying on sunbeds all day long, but one of my must-dos was of course to plunge few times and see all those famous Malta beaches. (more…)

MDINA MALTA, The silent city
MDINA MALTA, The silent city

The attractions of Mdina Malta, the former island capital, are not to be missed. This is where the Maltese diverse heritage really comes to life. On one hand this was a bustling town during the Romans, while on the other the name itself reveals that it has something to do with the Arabs (medina meaning ‘town’ in Arabic). (more…)

VALLETTA MALTA, points of interest
VALLETTA MALTA, points of interest

Malta was not a destination I gave much thought earlier, at least not before I have visited the Old Town on Rhodes Greece. Not only that it is well kept and still in use, but it was built by – the Maltese knights (or the knights of Rhodes who fled the island after the Ottoman invasion). I am not into “secret societies” or any kind of conspiracy theories and “great orders”, but I am always stunned by such history monuments. Just imagine – the Malta capital wouldn’t be there if things happened differently! All those points of interest with narrow streets of Valletta that separate buildings made of beige stone, various ornaments, Baroque palaces, all of that sprung from the 16th century onward when the knights began their rule on the island. (more…)

Off to explore Malta

This time we are off to Malta, a small archipelago in the middle of the Mediterranean, right beneath Sicily and close to Africa. No wonder that it was invaded numerous times throughout history by various conquerors – from Phoenicians and Romans, Arabs and the knights, to the British.

Their legacy in monuments and culture lives on, deeply embedded into the Maltese tradition. (more…)

Get active on Tara Serbia
Get active on Tara Serbia

One just has to admire beautiful landscapes of Tara mountain when coming to West Serbia, but – do you know that there are ways to experience more, to get involved and connect with that lavish nature? All of you who are into active holiday, pay attention, because you are in for a true adventure – horse riding, cycling, canyoning and paddling down the Drina river! (more…)

WEEKEND IN SERBIA: What to see in Loznica
WEEKEND IN SERBIA: What to see in Loznica

It so happened that I have come to Loznica from Kokin Brod, driving through thick fog and rain in Zlatibor, hoping it will stop after Uzice, but then sharp curves on Kadinjaca disappeared into the mist again. Driving along Drina river brought some relief, but it wasn’t until I reached Loznica that I felt like entering a bustling civilization. It wasn’t all green yet, but it surely blossomed! (more…)

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