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Fantastic Foto Friday: Opera Bratislava

Bratislava Opera House

Bratislava, Slovakia, is one of the overlooked cities in central Europe. It has a rich history, offers great food and lots to see & do at prices that are a fraction of what you’ll pay in popular Vienna or Prague. So, If you are looking for a historic city to explore that not everybody has been to – check out my Weekend Guide Bratislava for some inspiration and planning tips!

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Fantastic Foto Friday: Manila’s Intramuros – A Stroll on historic walls with a view

Manila is the most important sight of Spanish colonial history in Asia and a stroll along the centuries-old fortress walls, the sight of old bastions surrounded by parks makes for a wonderful day of relaxed sightseeing. Throw in a beautiful church, some delicious Filipino food and friendly service and you have the making of a great visit!

Check out my Perfect Stopover Itinerary Manila Intramuros for a weekend visit or a short stop-over on a visit to the beautiful island beaches of the Philippines!

Destination Guide Phnom Penh, Cambodia

Updated 2019: Many visitors to Cambodia bypass Phnom Penh and go straight to Angkor Wat or the Beaches of Cambodia – but Phnom Penh is well worth a visit. You’ll get insights into Cambodia’s unique and difficult history as a backdrop for people’s life today. And Phnom Penh is a lot more fun than people give it credit for, with … Continue reading

Perfect Weekend Itinerary: Chiang Rai, Thailand

Chiang Rai is a small town, set in the mountains of Northern Thailand, along a quiet river, perfect for a peaceful getaway from busy city-life. It also offers two of the most unusual temples in South East Asia, with the stunning White Temple and the bright Blue Temple, giving you something to see you won’t find anywhere else. Check out … Continue reading

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Fantastic Foto Friday: Wroclaw’s Dwarfs and their history

Wroclaw, Poland’s fourth-largest city has an interesting, if difficult history. One symbol you can find all-over the city are the small dwarfs. They started as the symbol of the anti-communist movement and you can now find many of them across town, for different guilds, a prison dwarf or even washing dwarfs on the river. 
Plan your own trip to Wroclaw with my Perfect Weekend Itinerary Wroclaw and include a tour of the dwarfs!