Author Archives: Zana Jaganjac

Dobar dan, Dubrovnik!

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

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

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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Hiking from Umoljani to Lukomir

Hiking from Umoljani to Lukomir

Earlier this year, Visit Konjic and Turisticki Klaster Hercegovina invited bloggers from around the world to participate in a ten-day familiarization trip around Herzegovina. Luckily, I was selected to participate and I gladly accepted the opportunity to experience more corners of my home country, Bosnia & Herzegovina. The ten-day program was very packed with outdoors activities planned for each and

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World of a Travelholic goes Balkanized!

World of a Travelholic goes Balkanized!

Whenever I let somebody know that I’m from Bosnia & Herzegovina (BiH), people seem to hear it as Boston. Finally, when they realize it’s Bosnia, that small heart-shaped country in the center of Europe, they go on with questions like “How is the situation down there?”, “Is there still a war going on?”, “Is it safe?” etc. At some point,

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My Travel Moments of 2015

My Travel Moments of 2015

The year is ending and here I am, looking at my travel photos from 2015. I wouldn’t lie if I told you there’re more than 40,000 pictures! I believe that I’ve broken my records this year with 21 countries visited – starting end of March until mid-December. These months have been full of great experiences and adventures and I’m truly thankful

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Sardinia – Italy’s Hidden Gem

Sardinia – Italy’s Hidden Gem

The beautiful island of Sardinia is often an overlooked destination within Italy. Visitors tend to visit all the touristy cities on the mainland; Rome, Venice, and Florence just to name a few (which are worth a visit) but Sardinia is a hidden treasure which you absolutely must discover! I had the opportunity to visit Sardinia this year and I immediately

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