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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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Top 5 things to see in Prague in a day

Let me start this by saying that if you have only one day in Prague, you’re screwed! The city has so many attractions and cool places to offer that one could easily spend two weeks with full program! Even more 🙂 I was thinking how I am in Prague for the second time...

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Visiting Florence with children

Is Florence a good destination to visit with children? Florence is a very popular city with a lot to offer. As many touristic locations, Florence is a bit difficult to visit with a baby or small children. However, Florence can be a perfect place for family fun if you...

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How to spend a day in Pisa

Pisa in Tuscany, Italy, is a relatively small town famous for its leaning tower. It’s an ideal destination for travelers with limited time, because one can see all its attractions in a day. As most cities in Tuscany, Pisa is a charming colorful place, where one can...

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Bologna in Italy – old, but young at heart

Bologna is the place that impressed me the most during our family trip in Italy in July 2018, which also included Florence and Pisa. I had my eye on Bologna for some time now as WizzAir offers great prices on their tickets from Sofia, Bulgaria, to Bologna for at least...

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Coffee and food in Bologna La Grassa

Bologna is famous for its cuisine and there’s a good reason why. Many consider the food here the best in all of Italy, thus one of the city’s nicknames la grassa or the fat one. During our stay in the city in July 2018 we were satisfied with all the places we went to...

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Passing through Ancona

Ancona is the capital of the province of Ancona and the Marche region in Italy and has a population of over 100 000 inhabitants (as of 2015). This surprised me as I never thought it was a city that big in terms of people living there. Ancona is also one of the biggest...

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