About me

My name is Milena Yordanova. I’m a travel blogger based in Sofia, Bulgaria. I have always loved to travel and to discover new places and cultures.

Before going anywhere I make a deep research of the place. I want to know everything: the history of the country and the city, which landmarks are worth visiting, which are the best places to eat and the coziest hotels. It is an exhausting research, but it’s worth the trouble. Knowing all this information you can really dive in the spirit of the city and won’t miss anything interesting.

You can find all this useful information gathered in my blog.

I also run a blog for homemade beauty recipes and DIY things, called Natural Homemade Stuff.

My travel style

Although I am working on it, I am still not a permanent traveller. I work in an office from 9 to 6 and I travel in my free time. I maintain this blog in the mornings before going to work and in the weekends.

I usually travel with a friend or alone, but always with my travel companion – the little fluffy sheep Sven.

Sven on the top of the cathedral in Milan
Sven on the top of the cathedral in Milan

About the blog

I created My Vacation Itineraries in order to show you that you can organize your vacation all by yourself. All you need is a little time.

I love to write and to create itineraries. I always prepare itineraries for my trips, because I don’t want to waste time wondering what to visit when I’m already on my trip.

You can find all my itineraries listed here.

I regularly update the old blog posts with fresh content. You can find the date of the last update under the title of each post.

If you have any questions or want to connect with me via social media visit my contact page.

9 Comment

  1. Fascinating blog! Thanks for connecting with us on Twitter! Keep up the great work and travel safe!

    1. Milena Yordanova says: Reply


  2. John says: Reply

    Just wanted to come over and say a BIG thank you for the follow on my own wee blog. The delay in replying has been for a good reason….I have been travelling, experiencing new cultures, new scenery, different wildlife and some strange food.

  3. Rudy says: Reply

    Your experience in a culture will be shaped by how much you respect that other the culture (and language, history, customs) and bother to learn about it as best one can before you immerse yourself. Otherwise you walk in blind, and you might as well never leave home. Totally agree with this approach.

  4. Debbie says: Reply

    How refreshing to read your “About Me”. Our philosophy on travel is the same. Doing research and understanding the culture and what to expect pays off in a huge and wonderful way. I’ve been researching our upcoming trip to Switzerland and Italy for about a year and I still feel there is so much more to research! Good for you! Thanks for the follow!

  5. Sarath says: Reply

    thanks for following my blog….and really looking forward to reading your future travelogue’s…..

  6. Rayna Samphel says: Reply

    Have you guys been to Bhutan? If not how about making a trip to this beautiful Himalayan kingdom and know more about it. Rayna Samphel expeditions at your service to explore Bhutan

    1. Milena Yordanova says: Reply

      No, I haven’t been in Bhutan yet. I hope someday I will visit this lovely country.

  7. bk says: Reply

    Thank you for making the connection in Blogcatolog. Look forward to read more over here. Have a great weekend! 🙂

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