Blogs about travelling in Europe
Italians do love their coffee and if you are invited by your friends in Italy, you will be kind of forced to sip one! But it is hard to understand if Italians do drink it always for pleasure or, if, they also go for a coffee to “waste” some time.
Greece, despite its small size, has one of the largest coastlines in the world, thanks to its many islands. For us, discovering the ideal island for each traveller is the true challenge, since we are asked to choose among 6,000 islands, noting that each of these islands hides its secrets and history.
The new top destination in St. Petersburg is called Vasileostrovsky market, and though it’s undoubtedly hard to pronounce, you have to be there if you like food markets with artisan pastries, local farm-to-table cheeses, and other delicious but affordable food.
In Slavic language, white is “Beo” and a city is “grad”. And so Beograd – ‘the white city’ got its name, which together with the Slavic inhabitants, has survived to this day.
An estimated 250,000 French citizens now call London home. They enrich the capital the way butter enriches brioche. And, being French, they won’t settle for less than the best. So, let us take you on a tour of the most quintessentially French attractions in Londres.
People were coming to Karlovy Vary for centuries to enjoy the spa procedures of the local healing mineral water and to admire the picturesque landscape of the city center which lies in the valley created by the river Teplá.
Harem was literally the Sultan’s family quarters. It was an area within the palace where the Sultan and all his family members resided.
Slovak capital Bratislava is a perfect destination to discover the turbulent history of the 20th century in Central Europe.
Hello Portugal Tours welcomes you in the city of seven hills! Since Lisbon is a perfect city to discover during a long weekend, we have created this 48-hour itinerary of Portugal’s capital city.
Some years ago Romania probably still sounded like an off the beaten path destination to visit. And actually it still is nowadays, at least parts of it, which makes it more attractive to the foreign tourists.
Christmas in Europe
And everything started with the origin of Saint Nicholas… Apparently, Santa lives in Lapland (Finland) but his origins are in Patara, Turkey. The Dutch think he comes from Madrid, but in Madrid, the Three Wise Men are the ones bringing the presents. What? Let’s take a short trip around Europe to see how we celebrate Christmas differently!
It’s Not a True Christmas Season in Croatia if You Don’t Have Thousands of Nervous Women Baking and Cooking For Days in a Row!
December in Poland. First snow or second. Early dark or earlier. Lights and warmer atmosphere at homes. Children are happy because they receive gifts twice.
Wear a Helmet and hide under the balconies: New Year’s Eve in Naples. Lots of families throwing old pots, pans, clothes, appliances, even furniture out the window “letting go” of past unhappiness to prepare yourself for the future.
Romania is really famous for its rich folklore and traditions, which are still very alive especially in the rural villages in Northern parts.
We barely had time to shed our bathing costumes! We were still swimming just three weeks ago, and Christmas is now just round the corner!
The colorful circle of celebrations, fun and traditions makes Hungary a vivid and worth visiting place during the winter months.