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Christmas in Croatia 2020 – when, what, how

Due to the uncertainty around COVID-19, most of the Christmas fairs in Europe, and Croatia, will be held under special epidemiological measures and will not be the same as previous years. It is difficult to organize an event when a new lockdown is probably on its way....

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Resetting Your Travel Bag For When We Go Traveling Again

Well, 2020 has been one heck of a year for us travellers. There’s nothing more difficult than being unable to travel when it’s something you live for, and even though the reasons for countries shutting down their borders is more than understandable, it’s one...

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5 ways to deal with ruined travel plans during COVID-19

The new situation with COVID-19 brings out a lot of topics. Although ruined travel plans may not be as important as health concerns, or the isolation we have to face, it is a perfectly fine topic to address in a travel blog and one that some of us have to deal with....

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Graz is magic in Christmas time

Last year I found out that Christmas equals magic in Austria after I visited Salzburg during the lovely Christmas fair there. So this year I had to check another Christmas market in beautiful Austria! The Advent in Graz, the capital city of Styria, is considered the...

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The taste of Sarajevo: 5 things to try out

Sarajevo, the capital of Bosnia and Herzegovina, is colorful in so many ways! This is 100% valid for the tastes of this unique city where you can smell the coffee from two corners away! Ready for a culinary adventure? Here is what you must try out! 1. Cevapi Cevapi is...

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A quick stop in Mostar

Mostar is a charming small city in Bosnia and Herzegovina famous for its Old Bridge (Stari Most) that gave the name of the city. “Most” means bridge in many Slavic languages and this is where the name Mostar comes from. Today, Mostar is the second most visited city in...

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Visiting Valley of the Temples in Agrigento with children

Traveling with children can be tricky. Every parent finds out (sooner, not later) that the fun travel experience with kids depends on so many factors! Starting from your child’s current mood, and going through his or her personal preferences – a simple one-day trip...

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Is the Valley of the Temples in Agrigento worth the hype?

Anyone who has seen images of the Valley of the Temples in Agrigento, Sicily, will agree that the place looks really exciting. But is it though? Let’s find out! Researching Sicily and the top attractions on the island, one will inevitably find out about Agrigento and...

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Top 5 must-sees on Corfu island

Corfu, a stunning Mediterranean island full of amazing beaches… But did you know there are plenty of historical attractions to explore too? Here are the top 5 must-sees on the island, which one can easily explore in a few days. We managed to do check them all out in...

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Discover the unique beaches of Corfu

Corfu in Greece offers so many beautiful and unique beaches across the island! One can easily spend a whole summer exploring them! Depending on what you’re looking for, there is a beach for every taste and every solo traveler, couple or family. On our recent trip to...

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How to rock Corfu in less than a week

Greece… A true vacation paradise full of sunny islands, sandy beaches, and cultural heritage that is waiting for you to explore! Corfu is among the most popular Greek islands and you should put it on your list for summer vacations! It is a fine...

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Visiting Corfu with children

Corfu is a beautiful Greek island at the northwest coast in the Ionian Sea. A top destination at this part of the world, the island is suitable for all kinds of travelers, including children. When we talk about Corfu, we need to separate the island (simply Corfu) and...

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Visiting Novi Sad with children (and a grandma)

It was time to put a twist in my Visiting with children blog series, wasn’t it? So I put a grandma in the mix 🙂 I am lucky to have two wonderful grandmas and a grandpa who always recites children’s poetry! They love to be around Anna and help a lot to her parents! We...

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National Park Fruska gora – all you need to know

Fruška gora is a low mountain, located mostly in Serbia with a small part of it in Croatia. Its highest point stands at only 539 m2 (1769 ft), but the territory it covers is the impressive 266.72 km2 (102.98 sq mi). Fruska gora in English, pronounced Frushka, is the...

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Two-day getaway in Novi Sad

Going from Sofia to Sibenik is a long drive, so we often stop and sleep in Belgrade. This time we decided to drive an hour longer and spend two nights in Novi Sad. I visited the city back in 2008 for the Exit music festival, which is the biggest annual event here. I...

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Three places in Sofia that your kids will love

*updated Oct 25, 2019 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...

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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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