Malaga – the capital of “Costa del Sol”

Hey hey hey! Today is going to be about Malaga, Spain. Been there in February and I am writing this blog post in April... hmmm I think my entire being is working with a delay these days, sorry about that. Anyway, it was my very 1st meeting with Spain and I have to admit that I fell madly in love with this country! People are so nice and welcoming, the weather is fabulous and the architecture is beautiful. Oh and I also have to add on the list their "Malaga Dulce" wine... which is now my favorite one!

Constanta – gateway to Romanian Black Sea

Hey you guys! Today I am going to present you the city of Constanta which is historically known as Tomis. Also, this is the oldest continuously inhabited city in Romania. It was founded around 600 BC. The city is located in the Dobrogea region, on the Black Sea coast. So hey! Romania is not all about the beautiful mountains, we also have our precious Black Sea.

Budapest – always a nice place to return

Hey hey heyyy! "Back in town". Literally... back in Budapest. For the second time! I am not that kind of traveler who always wants to explore new places and doesn't return in a place already visited before. If a place it's nice, I will definitely and gladly return! For example, Budapest... Actually it was more fun now that I already knew the city and didn't waste any time on finding the places I wanted to see. But let me tell you more!

Brasov – the perfect medieval city

Hello travelers! Good to be here again! Today I want to tell you about Brasov which is a city located in the central part of Romania, about 166 kilometers north of Bucharest. It is surrounded by the Southern Carpathians and is part of the Transylvania region. This is one of my favorite cities in our country and every now and then I like to escape the hustle and bustle of Bucharest and visit it!

Colmar – a fairytale french town

Hello dear travelers! I just came back from a wonderful trip around Alsace region in France. More exactly, we've visited Colmar and Strasbourg! Can't wait to tell you more... Culturally between France and Germany, Alsace has only been part of the French territory since World War II. It obviously retains a strong German heritage, from the local dialect to the traditional meals and iconic architecture. Colmar is the most charming little fairytale town I've ever seen. Why? Well, first of all, it looks like it’s taken straight out of “Beauty and the Beast”. For real!