Laziness. That’s the best word to describe my state of mind and body, during the long weekend I spent in Sibiu county, right in the middle of the hottest month of the year: August. The trip came after months of
Kiev doesn’t sound like a top touristic destination, right? I mean, it’s the capital and largest city of Ukraine, a former Soviet Union country, still at war with Russia over its southeastern regions. Not many Ukrainians speak English, while most of the
I have been thinking lately to all the traveling and sightseeing opportunities that Romania has to offer, and got to one alarming conclusion: I had almost forgotten the beautiful side of my country. And since it’s not a thing to brag about, I
“Little Vienna”… A nickname given to so many cities across Europe, throughout the years. It’s not hard to figure out why: the Austrian capital is a standard for the Baroque architecture, and has an artistic legacy that is worldwide famous.
Where would you go if you would have the opportunity to spend a weekend somewhere in Poland, before a week-long business trip? Which city would you choose? Or would it be a peaceful place in the countryside, or maybe a
Ten years. That was the amount of time that had passed, since my last visit to Cluj, till some weeks ago. Third visit, but first two had lasted less than a few hours. This time, I was going to spend
Transylvania, the land of Count Dracula and vampires. Wait, that’s just an overused cliché, which I am not a big fan of. Many Western Europeans associate this region of Romania to vampires, due to Bram Stoker’s Gothic horror novel, Dracula,