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Three places in Sofia that your kids will love

If traveling with kids to Sofia in Bulgaria, you’ll need some guidance on where to take them for some family fun. The capital of Bulgaria is actually not that entertaining for children. I put down a separate blog post about visiting Sofia with children, so do check it...

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Visiting Sofia with children

In February 2019 two Croatian couples with kids came to visit my family in Sofia, Bulgaria. I had the rare opportunity to view my home town with new eyes! The eyes of a tourist! It was about time I write a blog post about Sofia, right? You’ll find the info below very...

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Visiting Prague with children

Prague has so much to offer! I’ve been in the capital of the Czech Republic two times. The first time, with my then future husband, and the second, with him and our baby girl, when she was one (November 2018). Still, we haven’t seen so many things! The fact is Prague...

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Visiting Hallstatt with children

Hallstatt is a beautiful village in Austria, almost surreal! This small paradise on earth is very popular with tourists around the world. There is a good reason why – just see some gallery with Hallstatt images and you’ll want to visit right away! My family and I...

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How to spend three perfect days in Salzburg

Salzburg in Austria is a picturesque city very close to the German border. It is famous for its gorgeous castles, baroque architecture, the salt mines around and, of course, being the birthplace of the most celebrated and famous composer ever - Mozart. Salzburg is the...

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Five movies to watch before visiting Austria

These five awesome movies will introduce you to Austria and its exciting history! Furthermore, most of them are classics that every cinema lover should see! I listed them according to my preferences. Number one is my fav on the list ; )   5. Woman in gold (2015) The...

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Visiting Salzburg with children

Don’t hesitate to bring your kids along if going to Salzburg in Austria as the city is very child-friendly and safe. My husband and I visited Salzburg for three days with our one-year old daughter at the time and we had almost no difficulties sightseeing pushing a...

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5 crazy facts about Hallstatt, Austria

1.There is a chamber full of decorated skulls If skulls frighten you, then you should not visit the Beinhaus or Bone house at the yard of St. Michael’s Chapel. It contains the skulls of 1200 former residents of Hallstatt. Of course, there is a reasonable explanation...

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