Tips and Tricks

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Day trip TO DO list in Segovia

  I am not sure what impressed me most in Segovia. The Medieval atmosphere, the splendid architecture, the cozy cafes, the narrow paved streets, the marvellous castles, the huge aqueduct, the craft studios, the breathtaking views, the colourful multilingual crowd, the archaic firefighting tracks, the perfectly maintained gardens, the sense of chivalry…To explore all of
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TOP 10 low-cost flight traps

  Today, flying from Rome to Madrid, I was forced to recall all the low-cost flight traps and tricks. I also realised in only one case I would take my words and flight recommendations back. A year ago I built something like a brief flight beginner manual. It was actually an advice what not to
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A dream spot for travellers retirement

Its name sounds very German, but is actually Turkish – Ören. When I began my trip to Ören, I had no idea what to expect. Should I be thrilled and how I’ll get in there? I left the rest in the hands of my Turkish hosts, who promised me an unforgettable journey, so I finally stopped asking
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A hidden waterfall up in Bulgarian mountains

  After my video of a Hidden waterfall in Pirin Mountain, posted on my Youtube channel, I have been challenged by other travel bloggers to write a guidance, how to localise and reach this glamorous attraction. The secret waterfall in Pirin mountain, Bulgaria, is not easy to find. To be honest, I have postponed any action of
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Ierapetra, Crete island - my travel booster

  Crete island turned to be my breaking point, kind of a stepping stone and finally a powerful booster of my extensive future travels. The largest of the Greek islands made me fall in love with at first sight. The island left a permanent trace and turned upside down my life intentions. I know, I am
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Make a New Year travel wish

It’s still not too late, even 10 days after the magical New Year’s Eve. Making a travel wish, is kind of boosting your luck and pushing ahead your long postponed travel plans. I strongly believe any day of January, the first month of the year, is suitable for manifesting where to go and how to
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Top travel tricks to avoid London's traps

  No doubt, London is one of my favourite capitals ever and I am going to mention it not only once or twice in my articles. It’s attractive, loud, hectic, elegant, full of unexpected struggles, especially when you are “a first time visitor”.  All year round, London is overcrowded by tourists, generating millions of pounds
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Karnak, Egypt - a tale as old as time

  The very first time I saw Karnak, Egypt was in August, 2005. Then I had no idea August is a monstrous month for visiting the Egyptian desert. But upon my arrival, it was immediately revealed.  50 degree Celsius at 2 pm, dust everywhere, no shades available and the sand was burning under the feet. But
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