Norway, Preikestolen hike: everything you need to know

Preikestolen, or the Pulpit Rock in English (some call it Preachers Rock as well) is a cliff overlooking the picturesque Lysefjord in the southern part of Norway. It is on the bucket list of many people and, I guess, Preikestolen hike alongside with Trolltunga are two of the most famous in Norway. The Pulpit Rock is relatively not far from Read More

Things to do in Barcelona for free

Barcelona is one of my favorites. It has everything in one place: yummy food, history, architecture, beaches and sunny days 😊 A perfect city in all senses 😊 But there is a big disadvantage here: entrance fees to tourist sites can be too expensive. For example, visiting Casa Mila or la Pedrera, one of Gaudi’s masterpieces, costs 22 EUR. Considering Read More

Visiting Kromeriz Castle and Gardens from Brno

Kromeriz (Kroměříž) is one of the most beautiful small towns I visited in Czech Republic. It is accessible from Prague, but it takes 4 hours to get there: this might be the reason why there are so few tourists. But the town is amazing! It has Gothic and baroque cathedrals, colourful buildings, narrow streets, but the most famous sight here Read More

A 2-weeks DIY tour: Andalusia itinerary by bus

Many years ago I was watching the famous movie The Mask of Zorro with Antonio Banderas and Catherine Zeta-Jones, when I heard Elena saying that she rode the horse at night across Andalusia. I did not know anything about this place, but I was sure it was stunning, and I promised myself that I would tour Andalusia one day. It Read More

Things to do in Olomouc, Czech Republic, in half a day

Olomouc is a magnificent city in the east of Czech Republic, in Moravia province. It is little known and there aren’t many tourists there. Personally, I have not heard much about it before I started googling for things to do in Olomouc. I still remember how much I regretted that I did not have more time to spend there: this Read More

A day trip from Prague to Cesky Krumlov Castle

Cesky Krumlov (Český Krumlov in Czech) is a small town in Bohemia in the south of Czech Republic: there are about 13.000 people living there now. Its history began with the construction of the castle that belonged to many wealthy families that shaped its appearance and fate. This is true especially for the Rosenberg family who ordered the construction of Read More