When you think of the Czech Republic, the first thing that comes to mind is probably Prague. No surprise, as it’s one of the most popular cities in Europe. However, you might be tired of the crowds and wish to just see a beautiful place. That’s why I prepared a short list of spots not so popular amongst the tourists, but just as magnificent.
Cornwall is one place in England that remains to this day, relatively untouched in terms of the modern world. Unlike the rest of the UK, Cornwall has its own unique blend of nature, old English architecture and some of the most breathtakingly beautiful places you are likely to find anywhere in the world. With long sandy beaches stretching for miles, beautiful bays all along the coastline, old cobble stoned villages throughout and some of the best surf spots in the country, Cornwall is a must for any traveler that wants to experience a real taste of England.
Although I am Polish, born and raised, there is one city that holds a special place in my heart. Granada, in the south of Spain, has been my home for nearly a year. During that time it made me fall in love with it. Its beautiful streets, the Arabic influences, fantastic tapas and flamenco street artists make it a one-of-a-kind city. Today, I will introduce you to it and tell you why you should make it your next destination.
Polish Seaside has always been a popular summer destination for Poles. Many tourists know places like the Tri-City. However, they are often not aware of the many hidden gems scattered around the Baltic Sea’s shore. Today I will focus on all the smaller, yet charming cities in this region of the country.