The day has finally arrived, couple of months ago. Studying at Goldsmiths has been one of the most unique experiences and I have learned a lot, in every possible way. University would not been such an amazing experience if I haven´t  meet all those super fun and smart colleagues who I can call friends today. Read More

It is funny to say “one of the oldest” next to the pyramids, but Mena House Hotel is one of the oldest hotels in Giza, just couple of minutes walk to the actual hotel. It was built on the site of an 1869 hunting lodge, and in 1890 opened Egypt’s first swimming pool. It is well known by Egyptians and tourist as the best hotel in Gizah.

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“Paris is always a good idea,” declared Audrey Hepburn, and I would agree with that, but only if you´re a tourist. I mean, the beauty of the city, the wine, food and the Eiffel tower, how could you resist it?  However, to live here, it is a little bit different story. So, here is my view of the Parisian life.  Read More

When you think about Serbia you probably don´t think about tourism. The only touristic place in Serbia is its capital city Belgrade, known as the new Berlin.  However, as we were traveling around the country we have found some nice places to visit next to Belgrade.

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Monte Carlo, here we go again. As I wrote couple of blogs about Monte Carlo in general, this time I will write how to spend a day as a tourist. The most interesting things to see in my opinion.  Read More

Guess like I live in Venice how often I visit it. It is really a magical city, especially during the carnival period.  This time I will write about the magical Cinderella ball. Imagine being dressed as Cinderella in one of the most beautiful palace in Venice. Read More

The Tolmin gorges are the lowest and southernmost entry point into the Triglav National Park and Tolmin’s most important sight of nature. It is also one of the most beautiful for me. The most prominent attractions are the wedged rock named Bear’s Head and the Devil’s Bridge, 60 metres high above the bluish Tolminka River. Read More

Dramatic coastline, medieval towns, thick forests and amazing food. Traveling here you will see incredible sights with pretty houses, proud tradition and cold sea.  It is in France, but it sure doesn´t feel like it. Did I mention they have their own language there?  Read More

Rovinj in Croatia is, according to many, the nicest town in Istria. Second most visited place on the Croatia Coast.  The old town is situated by the sea, on a hilly peninsula, with the tower of St. Euphemia Church marking its highest point. Rovinj is very picturesque town. It is considered one of the most photogenic places. Read More