While visiting Tomar you’ll be wrapped in medieval magic. We can name three things that made a lasting impression: Continue reading
This is not a post about any park and palace. This is a post about the most beautiful park and palace you may have the chance to lay your eyes on. Once at its doorsteps, your imagination about the fairytales castles you used to read as a child will be awaken.
Situated in the middle of an exotic vegetation, Pena Palace stands out from afar. Continue reading
What’s the best thing to do on a rainy Sunday if you live in the heart of Transylvania and want to grasp a breath of fresh air? We don’t know about you, but we hopped in our friends´ old Peugeout 105 and headed from Cluj-Napoca to Rimetea – a gem hidden in between rocky and hilly landscapes. Continue reading
As a local, romanticizing about your country can be tricky. I must confess I’m always biased. It’s hard to close your eyes at the unfortunate infrastructure, how great it would be to drive on the national roads without any worries, to be able to enjoy the landscapes without being alerted by the holes continuously. Despite all that, one thing is sure: Romania is beautiful without compare. Well, you could compare, I’ve heard foreigners saying “Wow, it looks like Switzerland!, “If I didn’t know it, I’d say we’re in Austria”.
Let us tell you a bit about our three days journey in Transylvania, on the lookout for vampires and bears. Continue reading
For the Portuguese, Algarve is all about sandy beaches and seaside resorts. From West to East, the South Coast has gorgeous beaches that we’ve been eager to explore in a long while. Algarve in May is a great choice, not crowded, with perfect weather to get a tan in a late afternoon, with bath-like water temperature, and equally important, with plenty of accommodation options. May was also our choice for a short sunny gateaway. Continue reading
Disclaimer! This article was written in collaboration with Metro de Lisboa. We wouldn’t have had the opportunity to take these pictures without their support.
49 stations + 1 (recently inaugurated – Reboleira). The Lisbon’s Metro is not about a maze of lines and stops you’ll find in most of the capitals. It’s about tradition. Continue reading
(A post to remember Turkey)
It was our third day in Cappadocia when we decided to walk to Ortahisar despite the cold weather. When we asked locals in Goreme how to get there, no one recommended it: Continue reading