The Netherlands is a country where both tradition and innovation meet. Be it its tulip fields, legendary windmills, world-famous universities, art museums or its state-of-the-art architecture, modern visions and nightlife, Netherlands has it all. Let’s take a look at some of the best places to visit in Netherlands!Discover the best places to visit in Netherlands →
There are many things to do in Athens, but the most popular one must be to visit the Acropolis. However, this animated city has a lot more to offer, besides its numerous historic landmarks.
Read this post if you want to know what to look for while visiting the Acropolis Hill. Also, learn the best things to do in the Acropolis Area of the city of Athens!Discover things to do in Athens in the Acropolis Area
The day after going up on Lycabettus Hill, it rained a lot so we spent the a lot of time in the apartment. In addition, my father wasn’t feeling so well, therefore when we finally did go out, it was just me and Mathieu. The two of us spent a lazy afternoon in Athens, and stumbled upon interesting things.Continue reading
After our visit to the famous Acropolis, the third day in the Greek Capital was for exploring even more outdoor places to visit in Athens by foot.
We ate some bougatsa for breakfast near our apartment, then went to the subway. We got out at Monastiraki Square, a very lively and crowded area in the city of Athens. Therefore it took a bit of time to get our bearings and get on our way. You can see here how confused we looked that morning:Continue reading
Bulgaria has become quite famous in Europe for its seaside, where you can stay at a 4 or 5-star all-inclusive hotel for an affordable price. However, if you travel to Bulgaria’s seaside you shouldn’t spend all the time at your resort. There is much to see on the Bulgarian coast, from old settlements to natural wonders. Keep reading to discover the most beautiful places to visit on Bulgaria‘s seaside!Continue reading
Before we get to the things to do in Timișoara in a weekend, here’s a bit of a back story. As some of you might know, on 28 November I went for the last time at my office job, in order to get ready for whatever Mathieu’s contract brings our way. (We’ll find out this month, so fingers crossed!)
As the following weekend was a long one for people working in Romania, he made me choose a place to go on a small holiday, to celebrate my newfound freedom. I looked and looked, and chose Timișoara. But what about Italy? he kept asking. Nope. It’s going to be cold, if we’re going to Italy it should be warm enough to spend a long time outside and not feel sorry for how little we end up visiting in a new place at the end of the weekend.
So we went with Timișoara, to also be in Romania for its centennial anniversary celebrations. And it’s great that we did so, as we ended up with a new favorite destination in Romania!Discover things to do in timișoara in a weekend
Reasons to visit Romania Summary
Index of the 100 reasons to visit Romania.