7 thing to do in Dubai you have never heard of

7 thing to do in Dubai you have never heard of

Today I am going to share with you 7 things to do in Dubai that you probably have never heard of. They are cool to check out if you have more time or if you are particularly interested in let’s say animals or shopping. They...
How to spend a weekend in Tofino

How to spend a weekend in Tofino

Tofino is a small town on the west coast of Vancouver Island, British Columbia. We spent a weekend in Tofino when we visited Vancouver. In this blog post, I am going to share with you guys, things to check out in Tofino, places to eat...
5 things to do in Vancouver if it’s your first visit

5 things to do in Vancouver if it’s your first visit

Vancouver is a beautiful city, located on the west coast of Canada. If this is your first time visiting Vancouver, below is a list of the five things that you must see. Keep reading until the end for some cool bonus places. 1. Gastown Gastown...
How The Coronavirus Pandemic First Started

How The Coronavirus Pandemic First Started

5 small European towns to put on your bucket list

5 small European towns to put on your bucket list

While traveling around Europe and visiting famous cities and attractions, we sometimes neglect to visit towns that are real hidden gems. And they are these towns that could offer us a more authentic and unique experience. Here are 5 of our favourite smaller European towns...
Riesenrad (Vienna) – A treasure of European cinema culture

Riesenrad (Vienna) – A treasure of European cinema culture

Riesenrad is a giant Ferris wheel, located in the famous Prater Park and one of the city symbols that dominates the skyline of Vienna. Almost 65 meters tall, it offers to visitors breathtaking and unforgetable views of the city and Danube.The Wheel was built in...
Α flooded city and the screaming waterfalls in the shadow of Olympus

Α flooded city and the screaming waterfalls in the shadow of Olympus

Mount Olympus is the mountain of Gods and legends, the tallest Greek mountain and a beloved destination for climbers and hikers. But Olympus has much more to offer and hides many surprises. One easy and at the same time unique excursion you could to do...
Ancient Gortyna : The lost city of Arcadia

Ancient Gortyna : The lost city of Arcadia

On the mountains of Arcadia in Peloponnesos, near Stemnitsa and in the valley of Lousios river (the river where the fairies bathed baby Zeus), lies the ancient city of Gortyna. A lost city that was brought to light again by the archaelogists in the 1940s....
Cesky Krumlov : The fairytale town of Bohemia

Cesky Krumlov : The fairytale town of Bohemia

Cesky Krumlov is a suprisingly beautiful and well preserved medieval town in South Bohemia. It is also one of the most visited sites in Czech Republic. The town was founded in the 13th century and was under the rule of the Rosenberg dynasty until 1611....
Is Anafiotika (still) Athens best kept secret ?

Is Anafiotika (still) Athens best kept secret ?

Anafiotika is a scenic tiny neighbourhood of Athens, part of the old historical neighbourhood called Plaka. It lies in the northerneast side of Acropolis. The first houses were illegaly built during the reign of King Otto, at the second half of 19th century, when workers...
Roussillon – The ochre village

Roussillon – The ochre village

Roussillon, in the Vaucluse valley in Provence, is a scenic village surrounded by beautiful countryside, but what makes it one of the most impressive French villages and a unique destination is the fact that it is situated in the heart of the biggest ochre deposits...
10 different things to do after a visit to Acropolis

10 different things to do after a visit to Acropolis

Acropolis is a place, which anyone visiting Athens would want to be at least one time. It is the symbol of the city and one of the most famous monuments in the world. In this article we are going to suggest ten truly unique things...
7 reasons why you should visit Marseille …

7 reasons why you should visit Marseille …

Marseille is the second-largest city of France, its main commercial port and the most significant city of the historical province of Provence. Marseille was originally founded circa 600 BC as the Greek colony of Massalia and became the preeminent Greek polis in the region of...
Vancouver: Capilano Suspension Bridge, Grouse Mountain & Lynn Canyon

Vancouver: Capilano Suspension Bridge, Grouse Mountain & Lynn Canyon

One of the most popular attractions in Vancouver is the Capilano Suspension Bridge Park. We did a day trip, where we included also Grouse Mountain and Lynn Canyon Park. In this blog post, I will share our experience visiting those three attractions. They are very...
Vancouver: 12 things to do in Stanley Park

Vancouver: 12 things to do in Stanley Park

Stanley Park is the largest park in Vancouver. It features scenic views of the mountains and the city, beautiful beaches, diverse wildlife, winding trails, and historical landmarks. Stanley Park is famous for its Seawall, where locals and tourists alike can walk or bike.  The Seawall...
Vancouver: Stanley Park bike rental, Granville Island & VanDusen Botanical Garden

Vancouver: Stanley Park bike rental, Granville Island & VanDusen Botanical Garden

Today we are going to talk about three other attractions in Vancouver – Stanley Park bike rental, Granville Island, and VanDusen Botanical Garden. They are not very close to each other so you might need 2 days to do all three. Read all the way...
Vancouver: Gastown, Chinese Garden & Vancouver Lookout

Vancouver: Gastown, Chinese Garden & Vancouver Lookout

This summer (2019) we went to Vancouver, Canada. I have wanted to go to Vancouver for a very long time so I was super excited to have a chance to visit. In today’s post, I’m going to tell you a little bit more about Vancouver’s...
Our Favourite Stadium Hop | The Kiyan Prince Foundation Stadium

Our Favourite Stadium Hop | The Kiyan Prince Foundation Stadium

The stadium was recently renamed as The Kiyan Prince Foundation Stadium in honour of a former academy player that was stabbed to death at just 15 years old. Unlike many other teams who choose to give the stadium name rights to multi-national companies, Queens Park...
A Complete Guide to the Coffee Shops in Amsterdam

A Complete Guide to the Coffee Shops in Amsterdam

What’s one of the first things that come to mind when mentioning Amsterdam? Oh, come on, no need to lie! It is known as the European Weed capital and with valid reasons. Those known as coffee shops in Amsterdam, offer a very very wide range...
Travelling 3000km for (one hell of a) party in Aars - Day 2 | Party Time!

Travelling 3000km for (one hell of a) party in Aars - Day 2 | Party Time!

The plan was to arrive in Aars at around noon, so we started the day on a good note, by having breakfast, and we set off to a 3-hour journey. With over 100 km of ground to cover, we set our alarms early at 7.00...
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