Athens

Greece Greece is one of the countries I have been to many times, on business, leisure and in transit. However, I have never written about this country so far, so here not only about Athens, the capital of Greece, but also a little bit about Greece in general. To be honest, there isn't much that can be said about Greece that is unknown to everyone, so at least a few figures and a little bit of history. Greece is located…

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Stirling

Central Scotland Stirling, known as the coronation place of the Scottish kings, is located in central Scotland. It is often called the gateway to the Highlands, because the famous region of the Scottish Highlands begins not that far from there. The city is one of the most popular tourist destinations and in the past has even been the capital of Scotland. Stirling was established as a royal city in 1130, although people have inhabited in this area for about four…

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Historic centre of Rome – day two

It’s so cool to wake up in the morning in the heart of Rome after a night's sleep, when the delicious breakfast, which is included in the price of the accommodation, is already waiting in the restaurant on the rooftop terrace. Amazing feeling! All you have to do is to get out of the huge bed and get dressed up, so that you can show up on the terrace. Colosseum On the first day in Rome we visited a museum,…

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Historic centre of Rome – day one

Weekend in Rome Another tittle of this blog might be 'Back to Rome' as we were there quite a few years ago. However, the last time we only spent part of our trip in Rome and spent some time traveling outside the city. We also visited Grotte di Frasassi and Vesuvius volcano. This time, it was a trip to spend a weekend in Rome - we wanted to walk around historic centre of the city and enjoy Roman food. We…

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Barcelona

The first thought that comes to mind when you hear the word Barcelona - it's something special! It is one of Europe's must-see cities. Like Prague, Paris, London and Rome. Straight away, I can't even say many more similar cities in terms of the added value of the trip. The list can then be continued with Venice, Florence, Vienna, Amsterdam, Budapest and so on. This is, of course, my own list and it may be different for everyone, but one…

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Visiting Prague

Visiting Prague will provide you with huge positive experiences. Prague  definitely is the most visited touristic site of the Czech Republic. We have been there a number of times and never were bored. Visiting Prague and Czech Republic Czech Republic, also called Czechia, is a country in the the Central Europe, although, due to its 20th century history it is classified  here rather as belonging to Eastern Europe. Czechia has borders with Slovakia, Austria, Germany and Poland and its land…

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Agadir Inoumar

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View from Agadir Inoumar

Many of you may know Morocco's coastal city Agadir, however there are many places in Morocco with a name agadir. In general, name agadir in Berber language means wall, enclosure, fortified building. Those usually were used as granaries and storage of other different kind of goods. About Agadir Inoumar There are lots of these old buildings all around Morocco, although most of them are almost collapsed and forgotten. One of these buildings, Agadir Inoumar, was our destination during our trip…

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Taroudant

After visiting Agadir and a nice walk in Paradise valley we continued our trip as planned to Moroccan city Taroudant. However, we had quite different plans in comparison with what we ended up with. First time in our lives, we had to go to quarantine due to COVID lockdown. Good news is that we had booked very good comfortable (and expensive) guesthouse just a few miles from Taroudant city centre. It was booked for three nights, however we spent there…

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