Posts Tagged ‘Things to do’

What to see in Szczecin Poland Szczecin, Stettin in German, is a medium-sized harbour city located in the Polish Pomerania, near the border with Germany, roughly an hour by train from Berlin. Stettin was, up until 1945, considered the port of Berlin and as such was one of the main harbours in Germany. It’s huge...

Hіѕtоrіаnѕ, writers аnd wеll-wіѕhеrѕ hаvе оftеn dеѕсrіbеd thе сіtу оf Beirut аѕ a mіx of hеrіtаgе and rаrе charm. A city thаt ѕаw human сіvіlіzаtіоn grow frоm the рrеhіѕtоrіс era, аnd one thаt consists of a rісh аrсhеоlоgісаl hеrіtаgе nоw tо lіnk-bасk tо that proof. A city thаt hаѕ еnjоуеd tаkіng vаrіоuѕ faiths аnd...

As being one of the biggest capitals in Europe, and one of the most talked about cities on this blog, Berlin definitely doesn’t require an introduction. With a city that has a rich and inspiring history, you will always find something brilliant to look at in Berlin. Like any other big city (except maybe London),...

Bari is a town usually ignored by visitors touring Italy. Bari, the capital of the region of Puglia (Apulia), offers a different view of southern Italy. In addition to having its own, distinct character, Bari is the gateway to tour one of the most beautiful areas of the peninsula. Places like Alberobello, Polignano...

Bratislava Bratislava is one of those quaint towns that are beautiful without having any unmissable icons or landmarks. It’s a place to wander, to walk around its small cobbled streets and just enjoy the calm beauty of the city. The capital of Slovakia is the purest example of what a quintessential Central European...

Sunset in Ayutthaya If you’re not familiar with Thai history, there’s nothing about today’s Ayutthaya that could give you a clue about its importance as the most important and populated urban center in Asia only 250 years ago. Somehow this impressive city got under the radar of school history books, to the point where...

The icing of the cake for a year packed with travel was definitely my trip to Thailand during Christmas holiday season. This was my second trip to Thailand, as I had been there during a Southeast Asia trip a few years ago, however, I promised myself that this time it’d be different; on one hand, because I was only...

Dubai is a like a dice with several faces, not all are as famous as the ones with the shiny skyscrapers and never-ending luxury. Over a hundred years ago, nobody could have foreseen that the roughly sixty houses built on the banks of the creek would become what it is today. The old settlement that was later to be...

Barcelona is a city with hundreds of things to do. There’s impresive architecture, beautiful parks, lots of shopping streets full of stores that can satisfy both bargain hunters and high end fashionistas and the charm that you find in the Old Gothic Quarter is hard to find anywhere else in Europe. But if there is a...

A certain aura of timeless elegance surrounds Bled. It is an aristocratic environment similar to that found in other spa cities such as Baden, Bath or San Sebastian, places that awoke to tourism long before Benidorm opened its first bar. And like Baden, Spa or Bath, it was thermo-medicinal travel that made Bled...