During our trip to Istanbul my husband and I attended the Bosphorus cruise, an afternoon guided tour along the Bosphorus strait – a natural barrier between Europe and Asia. Being built at the both sides of the strait is Istanbul the only city in the world built astride two continents.
It’s time for new Blast from the Past post! Today I’m remembering my trip to the Austrian capital Vienna, I’ve visited on a cold winter day in December 2006. I’ve visited the imperial Schönbrunn palace, strolled through the lovely decorated streets of the old town, drank mulled wine at the Christmas Markets and enjoyed the pre-Christmas atmosphere in town. Here are some snaps from my visit:
Today’s Blast from the Past post is taking you to Hungary, more precise to it’s capital Budapest. This set of photos were made in January 2010 when my husband and I visited Budapest to attend one of the matches of Slovenian national team at 2010 UEFA Futsal Championship. We didn’t just support Slovenian athletes, but we’d also explored this beautiful city.
In today’s Blast from the Past post I’m taking you to Moravia in Czech Republic. My destination there was picturesque historical city of Kroměříž. Town’s gardens and castle were inscribed to UNESCO World Heritage List for their significant role in the development of Baroque garden and palace design in central Europe. They are truly unique place worth visiting.
Here are some snaps from my trip previous autumn:
I used to live in Paris for a short period when I was doing my internship and it grew to my heart. Although I moved away after completing my job, I kept returning to this charming city.
Here is a list of my favourite touristy things to do in Paris: