Serbia is a country of particular charm and authentic people. Numerous prehistoric sites are evidence to the prosperous life from the earliest times in this region. Here you can find ancient Roman palaces, cities and bridges. Romans had left behind themselves rich cultural and historical heritance. Serbian monasteries from XII and XIII century with their frescos have been made part of the world cultural heritage and are under UNESCO protection. Serbian mountains are oasis of rich forests, clean air and limpid waters and waterfalls. In the middle of these oases, there are villages that carry on the traditions and customs and artisan work that has been handed over from father to son. To get to know Serbia you should get to know Serbian villages first. Typical cuisine of every region, with all its delicacies, can be tasted only on the spot. Numerous lakes in Serbia are among the most beautiful in the world and you should definitely visit them. They enable you maximum rest and rehabilitation after difficult days of isolation from the corona virus (Covid-19), which almost did not touch Serbia. Let's go...
With its sublime location, overlooking the calm blue waters of the Adriatic, Dubrovnik is one of the world’s most magnificent walled cities. Now a Unesco world heritage site and Croatia’s most up-market destination, it was once the capital of the wealthy sea-faring Republic of Ragusa (1358-1808). During its Golden Age in the 16th century, it … Continue reading Adventures – Day 8. Expert guide to Dubrovnik (Croatia)
The city has a well-deserved reputation for having some of the most raucous nightlife in Eastern Europe / istock Stari Grad (Old Town) Start in Knez Mihailova, Belgrade’s pedestrianised thoroughfare in the heart of Stari Grad. Its handsome 19th-century buildings are filled with shops and cafés, and buskers and stalls add to the lively atmosphere. Nip … Continue reading ADVENTURES – DAY 6. – BELGRADE GUIDE: WHAT TO DO ON A CITY BREAK IN SERBIA’S CAPITAL
“Start by doing what’s necessary, then do what’s possible, and suddenly you are doing the impossible.” St. Francis of Assisi. And another inspirational line – “If not now, when?” I remember a time when I thought international travel was for other people, that it was just beyond my reach. There wasn’t enough money, there were … Continue reading Adventures – Day 4. – Italia
This is Krabi, Thailand. Well, it’s a snipped of the countless paradise islands like Phi Phi Island, Hong Bay, Ko Phi Don and others, popularized in the late ’90s with millennials via Alex Garland’s terrific The Beach, starring one Leo DiCaprio. It’s now a hotbed for the world’s gap-year students seeking an adventure in a … Continue reading Adventures – day 3 We go to Thailand