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).
Northern Montenegro, From All Angles
Most good tourist spots allow you to take spectacular pictures. But the really great ones are those that make you stop and marvel at the beauty of the scenery, so much that you may forget to press the shutter button. The latter is the case of
Having Fun In the Old Town Kotor Hostel
Sometimes your experience in a certain place can only be as good as your lodgings. Any great tourist spot, any awesome experience, can all be easily forgotten if you go home to bad service and barely livable quarters. That is why for most
Back when I was drawing up my bucket-list of must-visit places around the world, I had not even thought of going to Montenegro. I didn’t know about the place, haven’t heard yet of its beauty. However, when I was in the region, I realized the the small country was on
Riding The Great Montenegro with 360 Monte
I was never much of an ace in driving, and when I realized the roads of Montenegro pose a serious threat to my life and limb, I vowed never to traverse them unless someone else is at the wheel. Long, winding, and sometimes confusing