City breaks

TOP dangerous tourist spots in Istanbul

  Don’t be shocked, but I truly believe the best time to visit Istanbul is right now, immediately after the terrorist attacks. Just pay attention on my words below. Then you’ll find the logic and could not agree more. I know the title is My TOP dangerous tourist spots in Istanbul and I’ll give you
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Why shopping in Dubai is a must

Shopping in Dubai is no longer just a snobbish fad. For the locals it’s pretty much national culture. For the foreigners (who are much more than the locals) is a real attraction. Shopping was established and developed as a wise money perpetuum mobile generator and is already well recognised as the main pillar of Dubai tourism.
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A rainbow city break in Vienna

  It’s not just a single story. Vienna trip was a mixture of several vivid episodes. I decided to share this Vienna travel plot, provoked by the latest events in Orlando, Florida. The murder of 50 people in a gay bar, and 50 more wounded, all with gun shot injuries. Reading the comments afterwards, I realised
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Johannesburg again? No, thank you!

  The arrival at Johannesburg O.R. Tambo International Airport was a real thrill. This trip was postponed so many times, that finally landing in South Africa, after 10 hour direct flight, made me feel over excited. I was supposed to start that journey three years ago, but lots of circumstances were changed ever since. Eventually, an opportunity, popping up at
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Cyprus - the island where myths come alive

My favourite place in Cyprus so far is Paphos. This small colourful town, full of myths and history, smells differently, breathes differently and lives its own independent life, untouched by time. Built on the Greek side of the island, Paphos has charmed me by its calmness, endless sunny days and artistic atmosphere. The legend tells, just
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Cape Town, South Africa – the windiest place on Earth

  If you plan a trip to Cape Town, South Africa, you should be aware of the wind. That’s not a joke. The most recognizable characteristic of Cape Town is the all year round blowing, non-stop flushing and just time-to-time calming down wind. When I heard the stories for the first time, I thought those
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To be or not to be...woman in Cape Town

  I did not plan this trip. I just jumped on a plane and ended in Cape Town, South Africa. It was sort of impulsive decision, after one really boring month in Johannesburg, where I first heard about the quiet confrontation between the biggest two cities in South Africa. It made me curious to uncover why the Jozzies
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When God is a Roman in Rome, Italy

  Do you believe in coincidences? I mostly don’t. I watched a movie long ago, named “The Celestine prophecy”. The main subject was meant to actually destroy the theory of coincidence chain and then shared the idea there is no such a case as coincidence, but everything happens as it’s meant to be, at the
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