Rumor has it that the Czechs make the best beer in the world. It also says that the most common type of beer there, which is pilsner, was invented in the Czech Republic. And that beer is cheaper than water there.. Pilsner Urquel Since the invention of this pilsner in 1842, the Czechs have … More 5 beers you must try when in Czech Republic
Which country makes the best beer in the world? The answer is Czech Republic. This time my nosiness took me to the capital, Prague, the city of stunning architecture, endless cobbled lanes and hidden courtyards. Before my trip I was told that Prague is stunning, but honestly – this city exceeded all my expectations. In … More Where the beer flows
Majorca – popular destination for sunny beaches, lovely hill towns and remote mountains! But is that it? When visiting Majorca, do not stay only in Palma. That’s my best advice! This island has so much more to offer than just a busy city. Take a stroll in Port d’Andratx, hike in the Serra de Tramuntana, … More Wineyards and villas in Majorca
Amalfi coast is possibly one of the hottest destinations at the moment. All the tiny towns, only several kilometres away from each other, impress people with their colourful cityscapes, scenic landscapes, tiny houses built on top of each other and miles of rocky coastline. To visit different towns in Amalfi Coast one can choose between … More Costiera Amalfitana – the jewel in the Tyrrhenian Sea
Capri is an idyllic island in Italy’s Bay of Naples. It’s known for its rocky but stunning landscape, panoramic views, juicy lemons and Blue Grotto. In fact, this dreamy island surprises one with many grottoes, but there’s nothing as stunning as Blue Grotto with its electric blue water. Capri is a famous day-trip destination. Italians … More The electric blue Capri
They say all roads lead to Rome. Well, in my case they have led me to all the other Italian cities so far and this time I found myself ordering Margherita pizzas on the streets of Napoli, sipping fresh lemon juice on Capri Island and wandering around on the hidden routes in Amalfi Coast. And … More Eat, pray, love (repeat!) – in Napoli
Did you know that Valletta is the smallest national capital in the European Union by area, being only 0,8 km²? Malta is super interesting and confusing (in a good way) country. It is impossible to say which country has influenced the island the most as one can spot a bit of Italian culture, that is spiced … More What is the first thing that comes to your mind when thinking of Malta?