Lisbon is the largest city of Portugal and is the capital of the country. With beautiful architecture and historical attractions, Lisbon is rightfully one of the most beautiful cities in the world and it will make you stay. We know you’re interested in Lisbon, so here is a brief guide
A Maltese Excursion: What to see in Malta in 3 days
The original plan was to book five days in Malta. I obviously thought that was enough, but in hindsight another day or two would have been perfect. Technically, we only had three full days since we were late on the
Savoring Santorini in 4 days
The name “Santorini” conjures up one perpetual image: the sight of pastel-colored houses with blue domes, piled up against a view of the blue Aegean sea. It is for that reason that Oia and Fira, the two villages where such views are abundant, are the most
Mykonos Travel Guide
So you’ve seen Santorini, and toured around Oia and Fira. But you want something more lively, more vibrant — perhaps someplace where partying is a way of life. Fortunately, there exists just such a Greek island for you. Known as one of the top tourist spots in the
Hopping Through The Capital of Europe
I mentioned a few posts back that I was supposed to spend the Easter break in Brussels, with my friend Kay. However, we decided to go to Amsterdam at the last minute. That was where most of our friends were at the time, and it
Amsterdam, the Second Time Around
It has been five years since I last went to Amsterdam, and it’s remarkable how a person’s vision changes in 5 years. Back then, the young me was in a tour group with a bunch of teens. Almost all that we did was get drunk on
Time to Split!
I wasn’t able to appreciate just how small Croatia is until I visited their second-largest city. Called “Split”, the city is also the largest city in the Dalmatian region. Aside from being a popular tourist spot in itself, Split is also known as a transport hub for the
Touring Tirana, And Those Around It
Bordered by the Adriatic Sea at one side and the Dajti Mountain on another, Tirana stands as the capital city of Albania as well as its econo-political centers. Its ideal location not only makes it an epicenter of national activity, it also imparts a rich
Historically called the “Ragusa” and located on the Adriatic Sea, Dubrovnik is one of the most famous tourist spots in the Balkans and all of the Mediterranean Sea. It is a bustling seaport and a UNESCO World Heritage Site, too (just like most of the cities I have toured lately).
Wherever you may be in the world, it’s important to find a place you can call home even for just a short time. But wouldn’t it be awesome if that home could be like a tourist spot in itself?
This was the kind of experience I had when I stayed in