Category Archives: EUROPE

Taking a taxi in Sarajevo

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

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

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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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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Welcome to my city – Copenhagen

Welcome to my city – Copenhagen

Recently, I found myself thinking about the fact that I haven’t done a very important post; about my lovely city, Copenhagen! When you travel a lot, you somehow forget to see the charm in your own city. Maybe it’s because you don’t think about it as a tourist place as you live there yourself? However, the fact is; Copenhagen is

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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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No more football for this season

No more football for this season

As you might have noticed, I’m a football fanatic, at least when it comes to my national team, Bosnia & Herzegovina. I have watched 6 out of 9 matches played this season, where most of these where UEFA EURO 2016 Qualification matches. Unfortunately, as you might know by now, we didn’t get through to the Euro Cup which is being

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