Bucharest – Little Paris of the East

“Hello Budapest! I mean Bucharest…!” There is a legend that tells Michael Jackson shouted out loud to the crowd these same words quoted above, from the balcony of the Palatul Parlamentului (Palace of the Parliament in Bucharest), the world’s second largest administrative Read More …

Inside the Vatican Walls

Being the smallest sovereign state in the world, the Vatican City State, slightly larger than Disneyland, is located in the city of Rome and attracts every year over 5 million people. Besides being an holy place for believers, it is Read More …

2016 Travel Summary

You know, when you promise to yourself that next year is going to be different? That you’ll put a stop to your stagnant life, that you’ll break your routine, and get a new whole life? For several years I also Read More …

Bioparco di Roma in Villa Borghese

The Bioparco di Roma, originally Giardino Zoologico di Roma, was conceived in 1908 and later inaugurated in the year of 1911, and it is located in the gardens of Villa Borghese. However, it hasn’t been called a Bioparco since the Read More …

When In Rome

When in Rome… do as the Romans do. That’s the first expression that comes to my mind when I think about the magnificent capital city of Italy, located halfway between the south and the north of the country. Being one Read More …

Bulgarian Winter is Coming

I moved to Bulgaria knowing that the toughest struggle would be facing the weather during the winter, however I never expected to start feeling it in the beginning of October. When I first arrived to Bulgaria in the last week Read More …

Plovdiv – Night of Museums and Galleries

After we had our trip to Ohrid cancelled, we paid a visit to Sofia’s Central Bus Station to choose a new destination. We were already packed and ready for Macedonia and we had three days off, so we had to pick Read More …

Old Greek Man in Kalamariá

I believe I can say I’ve been to many places, I’ve met many people… some that for sure I already forgot, some who are being wiped from my short memory hard disk, and some I will never forget even though it didn’t seem Read More …

Good Morning Thessaloniki

Good morning Thessaloniki! That was our first thought as soon as we arrived to Greece’s second largest city…. Thessaloniki! We had just come from Sofia, Bulgaria and we had been on the train for 7 hours straight, we were lucky Read More …

Arrival in Sofia

It was 4a.m of Saturday when I finally arrived to Sofia, Bulgaria, after 2 flights and a long connection of over 5 hours in Barcelona, Spain. This was my first one way flight. I arrived to Elata Plaza Business Hotel Read More …