Seaside Travel Guide to the Burgas region, Bulgaria

The Bulgarian seaside attracts more and more tourists each year, curious to explore the beautiful nature, interesting traditions and local history. This summer we headed down to the Southern part of the Bulgarian… Continue reading

A day in Ljubljana, Slovenia

We had only one day to explore lovely Ljubljana during our stay at the campsite Big Berry, but we managed to make the best of our time there! We started with coffee and… Continue reading

Bucur’s Shelter – where traditions meet modernism

Bucharest has become a really vibrant modern city and frankly I felt like I was there for the first time even though it was actually my second. The design and cultural scene pleasantly… Continue reading

Pelican Bistro, Burgas, Bulgaria

Staying true to our intention to always hunt cool places around the world with good design and preferably just as good food, we found some great restaurants and cafes on our recent trip… Continue reading

St. Anastasia Island in Burgas, Bulgaria

Did you know that Bulgaria has islands? This is a question we asked some of our friends and most of them were surprised to hear that you can actually visit some of the… Continue reading

Burgas Salterns – A Natural Pink Spa in Bulgaria

Today we will take you on a walk to the Atanasovo lake and the salt pans in Burgas. Not only the saltiest place in Bulgaria but undoubtedly the most pink as you can… Continue reading

Slovenian Seaside – Piran and Portoroz

Slovenia has only¬† 47 kilometers of coastline. Looking at the map it looks unfair, almost as Italy and Croatia took pity on it and gave it a bit of a seaside as well.… Continue reading

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