• What to see in Sofia
  • Bulgarian National Institute of Archaeology with Museum

    Bulgarian National Institute of Archaeology with Museum

    History of Bulgarian National Institute of Archaeology with Museum Bulgarian National Institute of Archaeology with Museum (Национален археологически институт с музей) is located in the center of the city of Sofia. The museum occupies one of the oldest and the largest preserved buildings from the age of the Ottoman Dominion – Büyük Mosque. The mosque is […]

  • Vienna travel tips
  • Burg Kreuzenstein: A day trip out of Vienna

    Burg Kreuzenstein

    History of Burg Kreuzenstein Burg Kreuzenstein (Kreuzenstein Castle) is located about 25 km north of Vienna. It is relatively new, built in the 19th century by Count Johann Nepomuk Wilczek over the ruins of an old castle. The first medieval castle on that place was constructed around 12th century. The present name of the Kreuzenstein castle […]

  • Where to eat and drink in Sofia
  • Villa Rosiche: A romantic pastry shop in the heart of Sofia

    Patisserie Villa Rosiche

    You won’t find this place by accident. It is hidden so well so even if you pass along it, you will just continue to walk without noticing it. The place, Patisserie Villa Rosiche, is located in the heart of Sofia, on a quiet little street next to Vitosha Blvd. A blue plaque with the name […]

  • What to see in Rome and Vatican City
  • Castel Sant’Angelo: The Fortress of the Popes

    Castel Sant'Angelo

    History of the Castel Sant’Angelo Castel Sant’Angelo (Castle of the Holy Angel) is one of my favourite sites in Rome. It is not only because of the beautiful views over Rome from there or its interesting history. It just makes me feel peaceful. The castle is on the bank of the Tiber, near to the Vatican City. Its purpose has changed […]

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