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Best gifts that are actually unforgettable experiences

Best gifts that are actually unforgettable experiences

The challenge: bring more happiness into the life of your loved ones by choosing a gift that is an experience instead of a material object  Why i
Dubrovnik – first time visitor’s attractions

Dubrovnik – first time visitor’s attractions

Surrounded by nearly two kilometers of ancient walls, keeping the memories of its former glory, Dubrovnik is one of those small cities that know how t
Alberobello, Italy – a guide to the real-life fairy town

Alberobello, Italy – a guide to the real-life fairy town

If you see photos from Alberobello you might think, “Wow, this place is like a fairy tale!” But once you set foot on one of the cobblestone streets an
5 quotes about Spain that explain why people love this country

5 quotes about Spain that explain why people love this country

Spain is an amazing and peculiar country with tomato fights, bulls chasing people through the streets and a break from work in the middle of the day.
5 reasons why you should add Krakow to your list

5 reasons why you should add Krakow to your list

The challenge: explore one of the oldest cities in Europe and give me 5 more reasons why you loved it. Here are mine: Krakow is full of history The
Turkish cuisine – menu ideas for beginners

Turkish cuisine – menu ideas for beginners

Seeing as travel and food always go hand-in-hand, let’s set off on a mouthwatering adventure through a country known for its curious and diverse natio
The narrowest street in Prague has its own traffic lights

The narrowest street in Prague has its own traffic lights

The challenge: squeeze through the narrowest street in Prague (and one of the narrowest in the world). Even if you are slim and skinny as a beanpole,
Travel inspiration – 4 September challenges

Travel inspiration – 4 September challenges

My grandma says that when the letter “r” starts to appear in the name of the month, it's time to dig out the woolen socks and the blankets and indulge
Giethoorn – the Dutch town without a single street

Giethoorn – the Dutch town without a single street

Row row row your boat… gently down the canals of the unique Dutch town of Giethoorn. Why do I say “unique”? The village of Giethoorn is located in t
The Warsaw Uprising Museum – moving and eye-opening

The Warsaw Uprising Museum – moving and eye-opening

I cried in a museum! Okay, I didn’t stand in the middle of an exhibition weeping uncontrollably, but a few tears might have rolled down my face. As I
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