Traditional Greek food text in pink over image with a Greek Tavern in Santorini, Greece

Traditional Greek food and drinks you must try

Welcome to our Greek taverna, where you will taste mouth-watering traditional Greek food and delicious Greek drinks! Please, sit down at the shaded table over there, it has the most beautiful view of the sea in this area.

My name is Mirela and I will be your waitress today. Here is our menu with all the traditional Greek foods we prepare with local products. At the end you will also find our Greek drinks, from which I strongly recommend the strong Greek coffee. Please have a look, I’ll be right back with some cold water for you.

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100 Reasons Why You Should Visit Romania – Part II

Thank you all for the very positive feedback on the list of 100 reasons to visit Romania. As promised in my previous blog post, I have returned with the second part of the article:

51. Scărișoara Cave

100 reasons to visit Romania - Scarisoara Cave - Pestera Scarisoara
Inside Scărișoara Cave

Scărișoara is a glacier cave, located at 1,100 meters above sea level. Tourists can visit the 60-meter-long entrance shaft, the Great Hall, and the Church. Inside the Great Hall, there is the 18-meter-tall ice rock, the remains of an 3,500-year-old glacier, next to a pond called the Pool of Ice. Inside the Church, one can admire the more than 100 ice stalagmites hanging from the ceiling.

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What to eat in Bulgaria text in pink over image of Bulgarian Shopska Salad

Top 5 things to eat and drink in Bulgaria

Here are 5 things to eat and drink in Bulgaria when you’re travelling through the Balkans:



1. Banitsa

This is a pastry product, kind of like a pie, which is usually enjoyed for breakfast. Depending on the stuffing, Banitsa can be salty (e.g. with sirene cheese,  spinach, mushrooms, cabbage) or sweet (e.g. pumpkin, apples, walnuts). Excellent as street food, for the on-the-go backpacker.

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