What to do in Bucharest - Bucharest Pubs

What to do in Bucharest: 23 Tips for Food, Fun & Bucharest Nightlife

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Wondering what to do in Bucharest? Bucharest Romania is not really a place that is on most people’s European travel itinerary (yet), and I honestly can’t figure out why. At a glance, it might look like any other post-communist city, but it really is so much more than that. It is a place that had me in awe of the stunning buildings, the vast gardens and the friendliness of the locals …

Visiting Romania - Things to do in Brasov

Visiting Romania – Things to do in Brasov

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Surrounded by the southern Carpathian mountains and nestled in the heart of Transylvania, Brasov is the place where Romanians go when they want a holiday. Yes the main street could be considered quite ‘touristy’, with bars and restaurants as far as the eye can see. But you will find a nice mix of locals and foreigners in this historic little town. Summer or Winter – Brasov has something to offer everyone. We …

Polawalk tour Vienna

Exploring the oldest amusement park in the world – through the lens of a polaroid camera.

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Don’t own a time machine? You don’t need a Delorean to travel back in time. Explore days gone by at the oldest continuously running amusement park in the world right here, right now. How? By taking a polaroid tour of Vienna’s “Wurstelprater”. The Prater area of Vienna was once imperial hunting grounds and only accessible for the aristocracy. But in 1766, Emperor Josef II donated the land, and it was …

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A trip to Budapest – Food, Fun, Adventure!

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Goulash and cabbage. That’s what my 1990’s geography education had instilled in my brain to expect as the highlight of Budapest. Whatever cold war government propaganda had filled those classroom textbooks, even if there was some truth to it… It’s not true anymore and it massively misses the mark on what has now become my favourite city in Central Europe. The stereotypical goulash and cabbage are there. And, in fact, …