I was invited to a wedding of a Czech friend of mine this summer. The wedding was planned to take place in Hradec nad Marovici - a castle nearby Opava (Eastern Czech Republic). So, I decided to accept the invitation, booked few days in Prague, found a hotel in between Opava and Hradec nad Marovici and bought a nice dress for the occasion.
Prague was not on my list, but I was invited to a wedding in Opava (Eastern Czech Republic), so had to pass by Prague. I decided not to document myself in advance on what to do and where to go as there are tons of guides written about Prague and to discover the city at my pace. The only museum I really wanted to visit was the Museum of Communism.
Whoever you ask about their impressions of the Zheravna Festival of the National Costume, will tell you ''Zheravna is magic''. Zheravna is magic because there is a very strict dress code and a code of conduct everyone must respect. Everybody is dressed in traditional Bulgarian ''nosia'' and usage of contemporary objects like plastic bottles and electronic devices are strictly forbidden on the territory of the festival. Everything is authentic - the costumes, the music, the dances, the food and the joy of gathering together.
Every time I visited Amsterdam, I fell in love with this vibrant city over and over again. I couldn't get enough of it. Every time I went there, I visited a new museum, cafe, park, different place, discovered a new part of this magnet for wanderlusts like me. I already wrote about the traditional touristic path ''WHO DOESN’T WANT TO GO TO AMSTERDAM?'', but now I would like to share with you my favourite spots in Amsterdam.