Europe

PiwPaw – the best choice of craft beer in Warsaw

PiwPaw is one of the best places for craft beer fans in Warsaw. They offer about 22 local craft beers on tap. (more…)


How to spend a week in Crete Island in Greece

Crete is the largest island by size in the Aegean Sea. Crete is part of many great ancient civilizations. It was founded during the Minoan civilization, one of the most important civilizations of the world (2600-1150 BC). Then around 69 AD the Romans annexed Crete as part of ever expanding empire. After the fall of Roman empire, Crete fell under the domination of the Ottomans in 824, and stayed under it for 137 years. During those years the city of Heraklion was founded. (more…)

Tirana – the capital of Albania

The capital of Albania is impressive right away. There are cities in which you immediately feel comfortable as it happens in Tirana. The city is eclectic but not aggressive. Lots of trees. Lots of space. Very friendly shopkeepers, waiters, hosts of rented housing. (more…)

Mestia – the heart of Georgian mountains

Svaneti, Georgia always has been considered a difficult terrain. This is a land of high mountains with snow-capped peaks, hairpinned roads, waterfalls and amazing clear air. Even now, in our age of asphalt roads and high-speed cars, only one road leads there. (more…)

Exploring Russia by Trans-Siberian

What started as a pet project by Sergei Witte – an influential minister in Russian government back in the late 19th century – turned into one of the most impressive Engineering accomplishment, which connected Moscow to Vladivostok across the barren Siberia. (more…)

Heraclea – ancient city in Macedonia

Heraclea Lyncestis is an ancient Greek city located on the outskirts of the Macedonian city of Bitola. Heraclea was named after the mythological hero Hercules. The city was founded by Philip of Macedon after joining the Lynkestis to his kingdom. Later, this city began to grow actively due to its location on the famous Via Egnatia connecting the Adriatic and the Bosphorus. The city was abandoned after the slavization of Macedonia in the 6th century AD. (more…)

What to do in Croatia in 14 days

The best time to visit Croatia is when it is off-tourist season. Which means avoid going there between May and September as every place I will mention in this article will be crowded with tourists. I was there in April and it was still slightly touristy in places like Dubrovnik. The towns along the dalmatian / adriatic coast is absolutely breathtaking. When you pass by these towns you will notice many stone houses with terracotta roofs on top of sea cliffs. Traveling within Croatia is pretty easy as the bus connection is frequent and reliable. Here was my itinerary for Croatia. I spent 14 days (two weeks) in Croatia altogether. But you can customize your itinerary based on your plans. Zagreb – 3 daysPlitvice park – 1 day stop overZadar – 2 daysSplit – 3 daysHvar – 2 dayDubrovnik – 3 days 1. Zagreb If you are coming into Croatia by plane then you most probably land in the capital city of Croatia, Zagreb is still cold in April. Take a rain coat with you as it rains in April. One must thing to do in Zagreb is to go to Museum of broken Relationships. I thought the museum concept