Hoi An and the magic lanterns
Hoi An

A brief history of Hoi An The city in the 17th and 18th centuries was one of the most important ports in Southeast Asia, and that’s why various merchants from different countries (Chinese, Japanese, Dutch) passed by and some of them decided to build their houses here. That is why this city is known for […]

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48 hours in Ho Chi Minh (Saigon) Vietnam
Ho Chi Minh

Ho Chi Minh or as many people still call it with the old name of Saigon, with its 8 million inhabitants is the largest city in Vietnam. 8 million people plus two or three motorbikes per person and you will realize that there is a really big number of motorbikes and people. And indeed the […]

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Why Krusevo should be on your list during your next trip to Macedonia?

I always tell people who are traveling to Macedonia that if they want to explore this small country thoroughly, they need to dedicate at least two weeks here. During these two weeks, you should definitely visit the small mountain city of Krusevo, the highest town in Macedonia. Krusevo is only 170 km away from the […]

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Tel Aviv

Tel Aviv is perhaps one of the most unusual places I have ever visited, a city that boasts a big mix of culture, tradition, and religion. It is fashionable and free-minded, renowned for its vibrant nightlife and being gay-friendly. Tel Aviv is also home to surfers and hosts numerous events – Welcome to Tel Aviv! […]

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Feel the magic of Tuscany

Have you ever dreamed of visiting Tuscany? Visit all those small villages, beautiful landscapes in the middle of nowhere, eating traditional italian pasta and tasting one of the most famous italian wines? If the answer is yes then you should book your next trip to Tuscany! I’ve spent around one week in this region and […]

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5 interesting places to visit in Milan

Milan is a very big and touristic city, most of the people always choose to see the most famous attraction in the city, but here you can read something more about some different and unique places in Milan. 1. Villa Necchi Campiglio – designed by the architect Piero Portaluppi. Villa Necchi is located in via […]

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