Ireland is also called the Emerald Island due to its lush green countryside. And that is thanks to the frequent rains. But frequent rains mean something else, too: beautiful waterfalls! As we drove around the island, we found lots of pretty waterfalls in addition to the breathtaking coastal hikes, lakes and ancient ruins. So let us show you our favorite waterfalls in both Ireland and Northern Ireland.
The Székely Land is a special part of Transylvania. Though it’s in the heart of Romania, it’s inhabited mainly by the Székelys, a Hungarian-speaking ethnic group. It has its own history, culture and traditions. And it also offers some unique natural beauties that we’d like to show you in this post.
Another year is coming to an end, and we continue our tradition: here comes the best travel moments of 2019.
As the end of the year is approaching, it’s time for reflections. And as we reflect on our year, we remember all the exciting and amazing adventures we had – and collect all the beautiful pictures that remind us of those adventures. So here comes our best photos of 2019.
We love the ocean. And we’re passionate hikers. No wonder that we easily fall for amazing coastal trails in any part of the world.
One reason European cities are so popular among tourists is their old towns. The cobbled streets, pastel colored houses, giant cathedrals and magnificent palaces take you back centuries in time. And some cities has especially well-preserved and intact historical old towns. We show you our favorite European old towns in this post.
Queensland, the second largest state of Australia. Home to ancient rainforests, fabulous tropical beaches, sand islands and coral reefs. Saltwater crocodiles and deadly stingers, too. Australia’s Gold Coast and Sunshine Coast. It’s a unique place to visit, and you can be sure to return home with spectacular memories. We share our favorites.
Our favorite country to visit romantic castles in Central Europe? Czechia. We explored different regions of this beautiful country in the past years, and they surprised us with well-preserved old towns and unique castles. Let’s talk about them now.
Iceland has a world-famous hot pool: the Blue Lagoon. While we visited it, enjoyed its baby blue water and the views of the surrounding lava field on Reykjanes Peninsula, it was not our favorite hot pool in Iceland. Our favorites were the natural hot pools we explored on our way around the island.