The number of signs you pass by on your everyday journey and some of them you don't even notice. It's only while travelling and seeing all the unusual traffic signs which warn or inform you of one situation or another is when you really get alert. I myself found the most interesting signs while travelling in Australia. Judge for yourself in our gallery.
Not just a city of waffles, the EU, and good beer, Brussels is famous for its love for comic books. Since the early '90s, walls across the city have been decorated with characters from popular comics and their authors, and tourists are getting more and more curious about them.
Some places are just "must visit". Apart from this, there are certain regions on this Earth that feel quite like they belong another world. Accept our invitation to a little tour of the most exceptional.
Summer is approaching and if you are a romantic soul, you surely won´t miss an opportunity to visit one of these most beautiful castles. Visit our gallery and get inspired. The next step is to plan your trip.
Five cities have been shortlisted for the title of European Youth Capital 2020: Amiens (France), Chisinau (Moldova), Klaipeda (Lithuania), Timisoara (Romania), and Villach (Austria). But what would a win actually mean for the selected city and its young citizens? Let's find out.
It was the fatal year of 1914 when Franz Ferdinand d'Este left his summer house in Chlum u Třeboně, and headed with his wife Sophie, to Sarajevo. It also was here, a few days later, their three children learnt they had become orphans. Chlum u Třeboně can offer not just a rich trip into history, located in South Bohemia, near the Austrian border with a flat landscape filled with ponds, it offers a beautiful summer vacation.
When we speak about Italy most of us have in mind Rome, Pisa, Venice, Sicily, Verona, Florence, Milan, or Siena. But a country of romantic cities, great cuisine, a warm-hearted people, and stunning scenery has much more to offer. Italy is full of surprises across all of its territory. Today I will introduce you to some less famous places in Italy which are more than worth visiting. You have probably heard about these places, but they are not often prominent in tourist itineraries. It will be short tour from north to south through this amazing land.
As Marcel Proust once said “The real voyage of discovery consists not in seeking new landscapes, but in having new eyes”. From Western Europe to South Pacific, from Scandinavia to South America, Guillaume Poidevin, a travel blogger from France is in a constant quest for the unknown. His ultimate goal in life is to experience the great diversity our world holds with his own eyes, just like Marcel Proust said. In this interview, he talks to us about his trips, his early inspirations and what motivates him to travel the world. He also shares with us his travel blog and tells us how he keeps it interesting and inspiring.
It is time for Albania – the most frequently underrated country not only in the Balkans but generally in Europe. It may be one of the least developed economies in Europe, but nothing is just black and white, and this interesting country is definitely worth visiting. Also it is one of the youngest states in Europe, having gained independence from the Ottoman Empire in 1912. After WWII it was one of most isolated countries in the world under the communist regime of Enver Hoxha. Today it is a country that is striving towards modernization and open to the world. In addition to some nice towns Albania offers very beautiful scenery stretching from the mountains in the north and northwest to the seaside in the south. If you like mountain upland scenery there is plenty of it, and if you choose Albania for a summer vacation at the sea you won’t regret that, either. Let’s have a look at the two most famous places in Albania.
Thinking of rain can have different feelings for different people. Coming from a central Europe where there is neither a lack of rain nor devastating drought during any season, the feel of upcoming rain is more or less neutral. Compare that to the places in the world where it rains practically non stop, while there are other parts that don´t receive rainfall at all. Which are those? Find out in our infographic.