Chisinau (also called Kishinev) is the capital of Moldova, Europe’s poorest country. And it is also Europe’s least visited capital. Before traveling there, I expected a run-down old grey Soviet city. But we’ve had some fun times in Moldova and there are plenty of things to do in Chisinau for tourists. The city is full of wonderful green parks, old Soviet buildings, magnificent churches and monuments. Read this post to find out what to do in Chisinau.
Good weather, a rich history, scenic hills, incredibly delicious food are just a few of the things that make Lisbon such a great city to visit. You could easily spend a week exploring all the treasures of the capital of Portugal and never get bored. But what if you have one day in Lisbon? Don’t worry, there are still plenty of things to see in Lisbon in a day. Follow this one day itinerary to have a perfect day in Lisbon. Continue reading “Lisbon in a Day – A perfect itinerary to explore the Portuguese capital”
Barcelona – a city that has it all. World famous sights, lots of sunshine, amazing beaches and delicious tapas. But too many visitors fall victim to one of the many overpriced and low quality tapas restaurants in Barcelona. In my first months in Barcelona, it happened to me too – the tapas portions were tiny and the price was insane. To save you from the same fate, I compiled a list of my top 5 budget tapas restaurants in Barcelona.
It doesn’t matter if you are a foodie, an art lover or you just want to explore a new, vibrant city – you will be amazed by Bilbao. What used to be a rough, industrial town is now a major culinary and art centre in Europe. If you don’t have much time, this two day itinerary for Bilbao will help you cover the main sights.
Seville is a fascinating and romantic city, rich in history, culture, architecture and gastronomic delights, filled with Andalusian temperament. Lonely Planet’s travel experts voted Seville as number one among the top ten cities to visit in 2018. Here, in the south of Spain, traditions are being lived and reinvented by the day. The capital of Andalusia remains an authentic Spanish city whose historical center is not as packed with tourists as other Spanish destinations. While the sun is shining for more than 300 days a year, the Sevillanos master the art of enjoying the moment and the good things in life. Are you interested in Seville travel inspiration to follow them?
I have lived in Seville for over a year and fell in love with this Spanish city, whose magic hardly anyone can resist. As inspiration for your Seville travel planning, I want to share some of the things that make the Andalusian capital so fascinating and unique.