Hello hello! I'm back! Today I want to tell you about Chalkida which is a beautiful city by the sea near Athens, Greece. It is also called the "city of mad waters" so tag along and I'll explain you why! After we visited Athens for 3 days back in September, we were heading to Chalkida to spend one more relaxing week at the beach. First of all, I am pretty sure you've never heard of this city until now because it really isn't such a touristic place. You won't even find a single magnet to buy as a souvenir, I can guarantee that :)) Also, the menus at the restaurants are mostly written in Greek. But that's ok, because this way you get to feel the true authenticity of Greece.
Hello hello! I'm back to tell you about our DAY 3 which was a day-trip from Rome to this magical town named Sperlonga. This was by far the most relaxing day but we still had some little adventures on this day too, no worries^^ So, let's start properly. Why Sperlonga? I've heard about this little town from my good friend @ipiripinapa and fell in love with it immediately as her photos were absolutely gorgeous. I knew I had to see it for myself as soon as possible! So this was a perfect occasion to visit this amazing town. Sperlonga is pretty close to Rome, 2 hours by train + bus, from Termini Central Station.
Hi guys! For my 1st post I really wanted to share with you how I started traveling on my own and how this soon became my newest passion. So, I got married in June 2016 yaaay ^^ and I wanted something special for our honeymoon that was meant to be in July. But what can be more special and super fancy and romantic than beautiful Santorini? I really bet nothing. Husband totally agreed because we both loooove Greece. For us, Greece is like a second home. We are visiting Greece for so many years, husband's sister is living in Chalkida, a wonderful city next to Athens and we are visiting her every summer. By the way, we also have great memories that bind us to Greece. Husband asked me to marry him at Meteora on those spectacular cliffs. I am a lucky girl, I know. It was perfect!