Morskie Oko is the star of the show

If there is one thing that you can’t pass once you are in Zakopane is visiting the famed Morskie Oko Lake. Although I have said before that Zakopane is rich with natural beauty, Morskie Oko is the star of the show. Morskie Oko in English means “Eye of the Sea”, it is the largest and fourth deepest lake in the Tatra Mountains. Morskie Oko has been recognized by the journalists of The Wall Street Journal as one of the five most beautiful lakes in the World.

Read and enjoy! Zakopane: A Journey In Seek of Bewitching Nature and Culture

Header photo by: Aneta Pawska (Wikimedia Commons)

Ventimiglia escaped the passage of time

For locals, being surrounded by so much natural beauty and history is part of everyday life and this nonchalant attitude is part of the city’s charm. Unlike more well-known towns and cities nearby, Ventimiglia has a sort of undiscovered feel.

Read and enjoy! Trip to Ventimiglia

Header photo by: José Constantino

Valencia is a bit of everything

When I think about Valencia I remind myself about the delicious food, crazy nightlife, the place where the innovation and creativity had a revelation and the sunny and warm days strolling the beach.

via In love with Valencia – ambigirl.com

Header photo via: vakantiedeals

Valencia is on our list for spring 2019. Like to know what’s on yours. 🙂

Surprised by the beauty of Pembrokeshire

If you haven’t been to Pembrokeshire, I highly recommend it, there are so many places to explore, we have lots of history and the most amazing beaches that you can stroll along at low tide. During the autumn months, you may be lucky enough to spot a seal with a cub or the dolphins playing in the coves.

via Photography in Pembrokeshire. – Wild West Gilly

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What the fuss is all about in Grasmere

Arriving in Grasmere we instantly fell in love with the place. It was charming, and quintessentially English. A wander around the village confirmed that it was super dog friendly. There were dogs welcome signs everywhere – yay.

via The Lancrigg Hotel in Grasmere is a hidden gem in the heart of the English Lake District.

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Rotterdam, mix and match of architectural experimentation

Talking about architecture, I would indeed choose the word “architectural” to summarize Rotterdam. Buildings there are crazy, it is a mix and match of different styles and I’ve been so amazed by it. As you maybe know, the city has been destroyed during WWII, and became a place for architectural experimentations.

via WEEKEND IN ROTTERDAM – A R T I ς T Y L E

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What Ghent is all about

Ghent is definitely worth a visit – it can be done in a day as I did, but it is the kind of place you need no rush to take in. Instead you can wander the streets, explore the public spaces, and search for decent fries, waffles etc. The important stuff y’know.

via Ghent, Belgium – Inside a Mind

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Kutná Hora, The Town of Two Cathedrals

Every city I visit, my #1 stop is the cathedral. So imagine my excitement of learning about Kutná Hora, Czech Republic with its nickname, ‘A Town of Two Cathedrals’! And as a spectacular bonus, Kutná Hora has an ossuary church, aka a bone church. The Sedlec Ossuary is world-famous.

via Kutná Hora: The Town of Two Cathedrals | Fly High & Live Free

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Lake Skadar is the cherry on top

A holiday on Lake Skadar (Skadarsko Jezero) provides daily-changing opportunities to try something different, from kayaking and swimming in the lake’s warm waters to hiking in the surrounding hills, visiting local vineyards, searching out secret waterfalls and happening upon hidden beaches.

via Your guide to: Montenegro – World Traveller

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