Pest-Buda: A Charming Boutique Hotel in the Castle district


I just returned from an absolutely amazing trip to Budapest. I was visiting the city with my dear mother and “wow” is probably what describes this city in the best possible way, according to my mum (she was speechless). If you’ve ever been to Budapest, you’ll know there are two distinct sides to the city: Buda and Pest. I’ll be…

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Bosnia & Herzegovina (5 DAYS PROGRAM)


Day 1 Sarajevo› transfer + Vrelo Bosne Arrival Sarajevo Airport, meet and assist at Airport by our representative. Before we take you to hotel we will visit Vrelo Bosne. the spring of the Bosna River, at the foot of Mt. Igman. The alley is made of two rows of 762 plane trees planted in 1892 and dozens of horse chestnut…

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No flour brownie – absolutely DELICIOUS (glutenfree)


INGREDIENTS (12 brownies) 100 gr butter 200 gr dark chocolate (cut 100 gr in large chunks) 80 gr brown sugar 80 gr white sugar (for a healthier version you can use coconut sugar) 3 eggs (for a vegan version you can replace the eggs with 6tbsp of potato flour mixed with 6tbsp of water) 30-40 gr cocoa powder 40 gr…

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Taking a taxi in Sarajevo


It’s pretty cheap to take a taxi in Sarajevo but you need to make sure you aren’t taking a fake taxi. All legitimate taxis are required to have a “TAXI” sign on top and license plates with “TA” on them. There are many different taxi companies operating in the city where Sarajevo Taxi is the biggest company. However, I usually…

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VISIT SARAJEVO


WHY VISIT SARAJEVO? Sarajevo is a unique city for many reasons; it’s a crossroads of culture and history. The city, which is located in the heart of Southeastern Europe, is one of the most historically interesting cities in all of Europe. This is the city where “east meets west” where many cultures has collide throughout the centuries. In Sarajevo, you…

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Beautiful sights in Macedonia


As mentioned in the previous post, I have been to Macedonia a couple of times these past two years. I love exploring new places and the Balkan region is among my most favorite to explore. Macedonia is one of the most undiscovered places in the region. However, it is at least as beautiful as any of the others; beautiful nature,…

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Welcome to Skopje – the undiscovered capital in the Balkans


The home of Mother Teresa, the city of the many statues and great food are some of the things that characterizes this European capital. What gives the city its unique charm is the mixture of old and new. Its modern architecture makes an interesting contrast to the old spirit, felt in the old part of the town. What to see?…

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Dobar dan, Dubrovnik!


As George B. Shaw once said: ”if you want to see paradise on Earth, come to Dubrovnik”. There are many things to say about Dubrovnik but one thing is sure; it’s a magical city. I’ve grown up in a family where Dubrovnik has been everyone’s second home; my parents used to live an hour’s drive from the city, my father…

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Christmas spirit in Copenhagen


Oh, jingle bells, jingle bells Jingle all the way Oh, what fun it is to ride In a one horse open sleigh Our most favorite time of the year has finally come – Christmas. It’s that time of the year where things are more idyllic. The streets are neatly decorated (at least in Copenhagen where I live) and Christmas trees…

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What to do in Bosnia in Summer 2016


As a tourist, planning a trip to Bosnia can be a bit tricky as information is lacking. Usually, you’ll end up spending 1-3 days in the country, either in Sarajevo, Mostar or both cities. But hold on, that’s far from what Bosnia can offer you as a visitor! I thought it would be useful with a small quick guide for…

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