The Wondrous West: Western Sicily’s Highlights

From the vibrant bazaar-like markets of Palermo to the white sandy beach of San Vito Lo Capo, we explore the wondrous wild west of Sicily. Eastern Sicily often steals the spotlight, with its grand Baroque architecture in Catania, the beautiful panoramic vistas of Taormina and the mysteriousness of Mount Etna. While Sicily doesn’t appear to be particularly large on the…
Sicily, Italy
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Tasting Hungary – Traditional Cooking Class in Budapest with Chef Parade

If we have learned anything on our adventures it is that travel and food are the perfect combinations. No matter where you travel in the world, a country’s cuisine is always a huge part of their culture. In fact, it is often said, one way to learn about a nation is through its cuisine. Budapest, in Hungary, is no except…
Budapest, Hungary
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Things to do in Split – A definitive guide to activities and sights …

If you ask me what my favorite city on earth is, I’d be torn between Prague, Rome, and Split. Split much like Rome has a long history with a lot of influences from the Roman Empire. It is a colorful Venetian style city that is sat strategically on the eastern shore of the Adriatic Sea. Its vibrant culture, fantastic architecture…
Split, Croatia
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Top Reasons To Visit Bohemian Switzerland National Park

Kingfishers swoop above the glistening mystical streams; green, lush moss wallpapers the magnificent sandstone rocks; the sun beams down over the silent pine forest. This description is that of the Bohemian Switzerland National Park Czech Republic (České Švýcarsko), a fairytale landscape full of deep valleys, soaring sandstone towers, and some spectacular vistas. The Czech Republic is home to four national parks…
Bohemian Switzerland, Czech Republic
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10 Reasons To Visit The Czech Republic

I stress this a lot in my posts about the Czech Republic. Granted, most visitors who come for the first time to the country vacation exclusively to Prague, and I don’t blame them. I love the city and even after living here for nearly three years I am still discovering new places I didn’t know existed. Tourism to the Czech Republic has…
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Common FAQ’s For The Camino De Santiago

Common FAQ’s For The Camino De Santiago When you embark on such a long and extensive journey such as the Camino de Santiago, you’re bound to have a million and one questions that you want answering before you decide it’s right for you. While it doesn’t take much planning, there are a lot of elements of the trip that people…
Spain
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