Porto is the second largest city in Portugal and has been voted at the Best European Destination 2017 for the third time, and that’s no surprise at all. Under the shadow of Lisbon travellers usually skip … Continue Reading The Essence of Portugal | Porto
The Amalfi coast is a stretch of coastline in the Campania region of South Italy, but unlike the common imagination of a coastline, here, the coastline is at the edge … Continue Reading Say Ciao to the colorful Amalfi Coast | Italy
The real charm of Europe is in its smaller towns. Its in the smaller towns that you can feel the real culture of a place, meet some really friendly locals, eat the real local cuisine and most of all, be relaxed & explore some nature.
As Audrey Hepburn said – “Paris is always a good idea” & I completely agree. I’ve been to Paris more than a couple of times, seen its many hues – … Continue Reading Paris – A quick guide for the first time visitor
Festival Of Lights is a yearly event in Berlin in October! I didn’t really know about it and happened to get really lucky – I was in Berlin for 3 days and out of them, one day was the last day of the Festival of Lights! I may have been naive, but its a very well known festival and it sees tourists from all parts of the world come to Berlin!
The South Bohemian Region in The Czech Republic is described as “A landscape of forests and fishponds with beautiful countryside, fairytale chateaux and rural farms” on the country’s official website .I … Continue Reading Czech Beyond Prague – The South Bohemian Countryside Roadtrip
Its an industrial town and dockyard converted into the most artistic and cultural district of Amsterdam. The combination of the rugged and the hip feel of the place is unique and captures your attention.
Prague was the starting point of my Czech adventure which took me to the heart of South Bohemia. This was my first trip to Prague and here’s a quick roundup … Continue Reading Prague : Un-tourist it!