Category: Travel stories

Three cute houses in Brno

A few months ago I visited Brno, and I totally enjoyed my stay in the city. I even wrote a long report about my day-trip to Brno. If you haven’t read it, go ahead and read it right away. Today I just looked through some pictures I made during the trip to Brno, and as

The Kalvin square in Budapest

A few weeks ago, I wrote about the Ferenciek square in Budapest. Not far from that square you can find the Kalvin square. They are both places you will most likely visit while in Budapest, without actually spending too much time at them. At the picture above, you can see a panorama shot of the

The Ferenciek square in Budapest

Budapest is a city with lots of beautiful squares. The Ferenciek square is in the heart of the city. For a long time, the buildings have been dirty and not so nice looking, but recently they have been working on renovating lots of the buildings at the square (and surrounding the square). The square is

Haven’t been to Cesky Krumlov yet?

One week ago, I published a picture from the beautiful city of Cesky Krumlov. But, why share only one picture, when I can share even more? This hidden gem of the Czech Republic is definitely worth visiting. Lots of tourists coming to the Czech Republic have heard about Prague, and maybe Pilsen, and a few

The fantastic Cesky Krumlov

It has been a while since I visited Cesky Krumlov, but I always think back of my stay in the city with great joy in my heart. Cesky Krumlov is one of those cities that you can easily “finish” in one day, but it has such a fantastic atmosphere, that you can easily spend days

The marzipan museum in Szentendre

Szentendre is a beautiful city, only 30 kilometers from the heart of Budapest. It is a popular city to visit, not only for tourists but also for locals. Many people refer to Szentendre as an art-city or a city of art, and that is because of all of the galleries the city has to offer.

A day-trip to Brno

A few weeks ago I had the chance to visit Brno for a couple of hours. I had no clue what to expect from the town, except the words of my father-in-law who said it was a boring place (even though he has never been there). I started the day in Bratislava, jumped into the