Tag: Europe

Why Lake Bohinj Is Worth More Than One Day?

Probably the most famous and easily accessible area of Slovenia’s Triglav National Park is Lake Bled and Lake Bohinj. The two stunning lakes are just half an hour drive from each other, and most visitors usually spend a day or two exploring them. Just like us on our first road trip. A bit of walking…
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Hiking To Croagh Patrick, Ireland’s Holy Mountain

An iconic Irish mountain. Astonishing views. A half day round-trip hike. There were no reason not to add hiking Croagh Patrick to our Irish itinerary. Being 764 meters high Croagh Patrick is one of the highest peaks in the Western part of Ireland. Named after Ireland’s patron saint, it’s said to be the holiest mountain…
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Skógar Valley: Skógafoss And A Dozen More Enchanted Waterfalls

Skógafoss is one of the iconic waterfalls of Southern Iceland. It’s a busy place. But lesser people know that it’s also an entrance to an enchanted valley of a dozen more waterfalls: Skógar Valley. We’ve already written a post about our favorite canyons in Iceland, and Skógar Valley has its place on that list. It…
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Take A Walk In The Palace District Of Budapest

Are you looking for amazing architecture in Budapest? Take a walk in the Palace District! We could spend hours walking around and photographing the beautiful buildings there. Let us give you an insight – with lots of pictures. Where is the Palace District (Palotanegyed in Hungarian) in the first place? It’s the western part of…
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Our 2 Weeks Itinerary For Ireland & Northern Ireland

We don’t have limitless free time, least limitless vacation days within a year. So each year we carefully plan when and where to travel, and how to get the best out of our time there. Last year our longest trip was a 2 weeks road trip in Ireland and Northern Ireland. Since we had a…
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8 Unique Hungarian Words That Don’t Exist In English

Hungarian is quite a unique language that’s similar to none of the other languages spoken in Europe. It’s a very distant relative of Finnish and Estonian. They say it’s hard to learn and sounds strange. Well, as Hungarians we know that. 😀 And this time we show you some exciting stuff from our language: words…
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6 National Parks, 6 Hikes In Ireland

We like spending as much time in nature as we can, and it’s no different when we travel. Whatever country or city we visit, we usually do a research about national parks, nature reserves and mountains nearby. Our two weeks road trip in Ireland was also mostly about nature: the Wild Atlantic Way, coastal hikes,…
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Best Late Spring Hikes In Central (Or Eastern?) Europe

As the weather warms up, days get longer, snow melts and late spring comes, we can hike higher and higher. And we do hike a lot, enjoy the wildflowers that start to bloom at higher elevations and the waterfalls that are roaring. The second piece of our seasonal hiking guide to Central Europe is about…
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Best Early Spring Hikes In Central (Or Eastern?) Europe

We’ve been planning to write a comprehensive seasonal hiking guide to Central (or Eastern?) Europe since ages. We live here, we hike here A LOT! So let’s see the best hikes to do in early spring first. Oh, and whether it’s Central or Eastern Europe, we’ve already written a long post about that. In a…
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