Traveling to Toulouse, the magical city of France

With medieval architecture and warm and hospitable people, Toulouse is located in the southwestern part of the country, close to the Pyrenees Mountains. The ‘Pink city’ of France is the fourth largest city in the country, after Paris, Marseille and Lyon. Toulouse was named by the locals because of the pink bricks of the houses […]

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Kotor: the famous coastal city of Montenegro!

With stone-built buildings and turquoise waters, Kotor is the most famous city in Montenegro. It is built on the stunning bay of Boca Kotorska and stands out for its lacy shores and imposing medieval walls. Traditional cobbled streets, Venetian palaces and fairy-tale atmosphere make up the old town, which has been declared a UNESCO World […]

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Strasbourg: the Jewellery of the province of Alsace

Built on the west bank of the Rhine, Strasbourg is the capital of the province of Alsace. Its historic center is called a “small France” or a water district and has been declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. The wooden houses with sloping roofs, picturesque canals, the traditional Alsatian taverns and its special kitchen […]

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Europe’s Top Carnivals

Europe isn’t a great destination just because its unique cities, but also for its carnivals. Almost each country has something to show you besides the cultural top admired places. Today, we will describe you only five of the most awaited carnivals in Europe. Sitges Carnival, Spain  Sitges is a small town located in Catalonia. During […]

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Bansko: the popular ski resort in Bulgaria!

Bansko is a popular winter resort in Bulgaria that attracts not only skiers for its famous ski slope but also for the graphical town of Bansko. Bansko increasingly competes with resorts in France and Switzerland due to the comparative lower costs but not in quality. First of all, you can reach Bansko by road from Sofia in about 2 hours […]

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