Lisbon, the stunning capital city of Portugal is different than any other European cities you may have visited due to all the cultural influences brought over by different civilizations during the past millennia. I will come back with a more detailed article on my accommodation and the lovely things I enjoyed there. Other options can be found on Booking 😉
Until then, here is a selection of the things you should not miss if you decide to visit the Portuguese capital: Continue reading “Top attractions to explore in Lisbon, Portugal”
Bratislava is the capital city of Slovakia, with a population of just about 500k people and the only national capital that borders two sovereign states. Slovakia may not be on your travel wish list when you go to Europe, but if you are in Vienna, Budapest or taking a cruise on the Danube River it’s definitely worth to make a stop for a day trip – just enough to see all the cool and important landmarks. You can check out my One Day Trip in Bratislava guide here – http://travelicious.world/one-day-in-bratislava-a-trip-to-remember/.
Nevertheless, today I want to introduce you to the many quirky human-sized sculptures located all over the Main Square and Old Town area. These bronze statues were added to bring humor and life to the communist-era architecture.
They are eye catching and you will notice lots of people taking photos of and with them. It’s really hard not too, they are everywhere 😉 Continue reading “Chasing statues in Bratislava, Slovakia”
Bucharest, the capital city of Romania and its cultural and financial center is home to many conferences and events that might bring you about. These days creating software and knowing many foreign languages are some of our best qualities, but this is another kind of discussion. Continue reading “Top 5 tours to choose from in Bucharest”
Rome has been my first European capital visited abroad and surprisingly I’ve loved it. I say surprisingly because it was unexpected since I grew up wanting to see London, Paris and Barcelona.
Of course, Rome was on the list, somewhere, because I love mythology and I was taught from an early age that the Roman Empire is the cradle of civilization and we, Romanians, inherited from them a lot of history, the language and such. But the truth is that when I immersed in it and walked around for hours in the city center I loved it and I was mesmerized so much that a year later I went back again. Continue reading “Every road leads to Rome, or so I’ve heard…”