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Bye-bye Tallinn!

Tallinn may be one of the smallest capitals in the world, but it has a lot to boast. It has a lovely personality and an abundance of places to explore. […]

Klagenfurt am Wörthersee

Klagenfurt am Wörthersee – our new home, but only for a few weeks of course… Remember, we’re digital nomads! Wörthersee (Lake Worth) – definitely worth seeing! It only takes about […]

Greetings from Vienna

After Jelenia Gora and Poland, Vienna is our new home away from home. This is where we’ll be staying for a month. Moving from one country to another can be […]

Bye-bye Jelenia Gora and Poland

This was the view from our window during the month of August; so calm and peaceful… I will miss this lovely little town! Its unusual wooden balconies… Some interesting details […]

The Church of Peace in Jawor

A few years ago, my boyfriend and I visited the church of peace in Świdnica. We booked the visit in advance, we arrived at the appointed time and our guide, a friendly […]

Bolesławiec – Ceramics City

Bolesławiec in Lower Silesia is one of those towns that has a lot to offer but that is not on the tourist radar. They call it Ceramics City because of its […]

Gniezno – Cradle of the Polish State

If you are interested in Poland and you want to know about its history, then you must visit Gniezno. Located on five hills among lakes, this town was the original capital […]

Rostock – A Town Rich in History and Culture

Rostock is a town of many interesting monuments, beautiful gabled houses, great churches and impressive gates. In 2018, this seaside town will celebrate its 800th anniversary. Many monuments were built in […]

Lübeck – a gem awaiting to be discovered

Lübeck is a town of tall brick churches, small brick houses with crow-stepped gables, cobbled streets and many tell-tale signs of its remarkable past. It is a city in northern Germany and it was a key […]

Schwerin – a fairytale town

When we left Portugal, we were really worried about the weather in Germany. But the weather here is, actually, amazing. It’s hard to believe that we are NOT in July. Everyone […]