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. Northeastern Bulgaria or as I call it, the apricot paradise has a lot to offer in terms of history, culture, food, and tips to have a good time. And it’s definitely out of the beaten tourist path.
Bulgaria is a must-visit country for every festival addicts. No matter when, no matter where, there will be a festival or Ð° local feast for sure. Thus, I am going to make an ultimate guide to local and authentic festivals in Bulgaria to make yur choice which one to visit easier!
Alkmaar cheese market has always been on my Dutch Bucket list. As the market takes place only on Friday morning between 10:00 and 12:30 from April to September I took a long weekend and headed to a Dutch cheese tasting trip to Alkmaar cheese market.
Everybody knows Amsterdam, everybody wants to be there at least once, this is an absolute must-see-place-before-I-die in every bucket list. However, there is another place in the Netherlands as beautiful as Amsterdam and as vibrant as the Dutch capital. And…. this is Utrecht with its unique canals.