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A Spontaneous Weekend Trip to Milan – Visiting The Top Sights

Let me tell you a secret.  Whenever I’m feeling bored or that serious case of wanderlust gets me, I’m browsing for cheap flights.  It’s usually happening on our low cost airline, Wizzair’s website; sometimes they offer ridiculously good deals – if you’re lucky enough you can get a return ticket for the price of a dinner.  I’m just picking whatever …

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Rabac – “The Pearl of The Kvarner Bay”

Rabac is a beautiful small Croatian resort town on Kvarner Bay, on the eastern coast of Istria, halfway between Rijeka and Pula.  You haven’t heard about the place yet?  Well, me neither, until we started to plan our summer holiday with my friend. One thing was sure, that our destination would be Croatia, but we had no idea which place …

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Comic Strip Mural Walk – a Different Way to Explore Brussels

Have you been to the Grand Place already?  Taken selfies with the Manneken Pis?  Are you bored of the Atomium?  Well, Brussels has much more to offer than beer and waffles, and the above mentioned well-known sights.  Let’s bet I can show you something new in the lovely capital of Belgium!  If you’re into comics, streetart and/or you prefer to …

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Pack Like a Pro: Top 10 Travel Packing Tips

Have you ever got charged for an overweight suitcase? Discovered a disastrous liquid leak inside your baggage upon arrival to your destination? We’ve all suffered from these kinds of luggage nightmares that could have been easily avoided by following a few basic packing tricks.  Want a stress-free journey and a smooth packing experience?  Then just read the tips below and remember them …

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The Traditional Hungarian “Gulyás”

If you would randomly ask 100 foreigners to tell you the first word coming to their mind when hearing the name of Hungary, I’m pretty sure gulyás (or goulash) would be among the top 3 associations.  So what is gulyás and why is it so well known? Here in Hungary we love to eat.  We love heavy food, preferably with lot of meat, …

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Brussels After the Attacks – to Go or Not to Go?

When traveling to a foreign country, I usually do all the planning and preparations long before the journey actually starts.  I’m buying tickets online, making lists about the must see places and the hidden gems, thinking out daily itineraries, googling all the top places for having a bite or a coffee and reading books about the place I’m going to …