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How to spend a day in Warsaw

How to spend a day in Warsaw

Late in the 16th century, King Zygmund III moved the capital of Poland from Krakow to Warsaw, transforming this small centre of trade into the centre of the Renaissance and Europe’s biggest empire. Later Warsaw spent many years under the Soviet Union rule. Now it is a frontrunner, a country that has been rebuilding itself successfully for several decades. During your visit, take the opportunity to discover the city’s astonishing architectural diversity. The Lazienki Royal Palace and the Wilanów Palace are brilliant representatives of the 17th century architecture, while the Palace of Culture and Science was constructed under the principles of eclectic socialist realism. Make the most of your trip to Warsaw, following in the footsteps of Chopin, the great composer who grew up and lived in the Polish capital. The city’s many parks and gardens invite you to enjoy the pleasures of life in Poland during your stay in Warsaw.

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Your Guide on Public Transport in the Philippines

Your Guide on Public Transport in the Philippines

Going on a holiday in the Philippines is probably one of the best vacation decisions you can ever make. The country is full of hidden getaways, surprising sights, exotic food,...

8 tips for planning your Cinque Terre itinerary

8 tips for planning your Cinque Terre itinerary

Cinque Terre in Italy has become the extremely popular travel destination. To get most of your time and avoid disappointments, read my tips for planning your visit. 1) What time...

How to make the most from 5 days visa free travel to Belarus

How to make the most from 5 days visa free...

Belarus Key Facts Population: 9.5 million (on 1 January 2016).Area: 207.6 thousand km2. The country is about the same size as the UK but the UK has 64 million inhabitants...

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Seven things to do in Kutna Hora

Seven things to do in Kutna Hora

 Prague is beautiful, isn’t it? But can you imagine some time ago a city nearby seriously competed with Prague in terms of wealth, architecture and importance? Yes, there was such...

Seven things to do in Trebon

Seven things to do in Trebon

Why spend your holiday in Trebon? Czechia has a lot to offer. If you like the atmosphere of medieval towns not crowded by tourists, then Trebon is for you. This...

20 pictures that will make you schedule your trip to Český Krumlov right now

20 pictures that will make you schedule your trip to Český Krumlov right now

Introduction to Český Krumlov A UNESCO World Heritage Site, Český Krumlov is famous for its Old Town with 300 well-preserved medieval buildings, and its castle complex, the second largest in...

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Treat yourself to the 3 best museums of Riga

Treat yourself to the 3 best museums of Riga

As a recent European capital of culture, Riga, the capital of Latvia has been investing in several of its museums lately to turn them into the some of the best up-to-date museums. I recommend those three as a must see for your Riga visit: The Riga Bourse Art Museum, Latvian Museum of Art, and Riga Motor Museum. The latter two were opened after reconstruction just in 2016. The Riga Bourse Art Museum and Latvian Museum of Art are located in the buildings of high historical and architectural value and are worth seeing just because of that. Those two are in easy reach by foot from the Old town. The Latvian National Museum of Art (LNMA) The building of the museum holds just as much cultural and historical significance as thousands of works of art that it houses. The building dates back to the early 1900’s and is highly regarded as an architectural monument of the style known as historicism, representing the city’s heritage.

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Five things to know about trekking Pinatubo, the Philippines

Five things to know about trekking Pinatubo, the Philippines

1) What is Pinatubo and why go there? Pinatubo is a volcano located 100 km north-west of Manila city, Luzon Island, Philippines. Prior to its eruption, it was a little...

4 Must See Sights of Taal Heritage Town, the Philippines

4 Must See Sights of Taal Heritage Town, the Philippines

Why visit Taal? The charming town of Taal is the oldest town of Batangas province. It is located 112 kilometers (70 miles) south of Manila. When people think of Taal,...

Heavenly island hopping in Coron

Heavenly island hopping in Coron

 When I was planning my Philippines itinerary, one of the most difficult parts was deciding where to go for the island hopping and the beaches. As I am more into...

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The Travel Whispers Blogger Challenge

The Travel Whispers Blogger Challenge

I am happy to take part in Stephanie Fox initiated Travel Whispers Blogger Challenge and answer questions about my travel experiences and aspirations. The following questions are designed to be...

Highlights of my 2016 travels in 12 pictures

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2016 was a wonderful travel year for me considering my full time not travel related job. I’ve added three new countries – Poland, Vietnam and the Philippines – to my...

12 day Vietnam itinerary in 12 pictures

12 day Vietnam itinerary in 12 pictures

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