Have you ever heard about Marseille? You definitely did or at least watched the movie Taxi. Marseille is a French city with a very bad reputation, that actually is on its way to change especially since it was nominated "Capital of Culture 2013". Marseille attracts more and more tourists and I was really surprised how… Continue reading Calissons, Calanques and Savon de Marseille: chasing the summer mood in Marseille
You've already been to Amsterdam and are wondering what else you can do in the Netherlands apart from Zaanse Schans and Volendam? I suggest to get out of the crowd and check the connections to Amersfoort, Gorinchem or s'Hertogenbosch. You would ask why? Here is the answer. Amersfoort is easily reachable by train from… Continue reading Dutch weekend destination: Amersfoort, Gorinchem or s’Hertogenbosch
Paris is the city of love, to find love, to fall in love or just to be there with your beloved there. I was there many times, but every time is like I am for the first time there. There are a bunch of books, movies, songs, paintings inspired by the sublime city of Paris.… Continue reading Paris, je t’aime….
Last January, when I came back from my winter vacation, a friend of mine called me one night and proposed to go to Nice in France. Nice in France in January? She found really cheap tickets and accommodation and said she has never been in France, so that was the perfect occasion. I had few… Continue reading Nice and Monaco out of the season? Why not?
Despite the low-cost airlines' invasion, Bulgaria remains quite unexplored, especially the Northeastern region. I currently live in the Netherlands, but originally come from Silistra - a small city on the Danube river and a part of the border with Romania. The region has a lot to offer in terms of history, culture, food and tips… Continue reading The apricot paradise – unexplored Silistra region (Northeastern Bulgaria)