In this post we are presenting you 16 unknown facts about North Korea that you won’t find anywhere else. We spent in North Korea a trilling weekend that we will remember for the rest of our lives. Find out unrevealed information about the most mysterious country in the world that will definitely surprise you!
Sankt Petersburg is a well-thought-of city among tourists. Some even say that it’s the most beautiful city in Russia. Excluding Kaliningrad (in which we only had a stopover), it was our first destination in this huge country. We spent there the whole 2 days that were packed with attractions and watched the World Cup match. We encourage you to read our story and find out more about this wonderful place!
After couple of months without traveling we just needed to set off somewhere. Although Norway is a very expensive direction we decided to go there for one day and sightsee the capital city – Oslo. We definitely managed to make the most of this trip and did it the cheapest possible. Now we want to share with you our experience and present you Oslo attractions we’ve visited. Enjoy!
Oslo has always been listed as one of the most expensive cities in the world. Thus, many budget travellers and backpackers skip this city for fear of high expenses. That’s why we decided to write a detailed post how to have a great weekend break in the capital city of Norway and visit many interesting places without breaking the bank. Have a look at our What To See In OSLO | Travel Itinerary and get to know more about this marvel of Scandinavia!
If you’re thinking about going to Armenia, don’t hesitate! It’s a fantastic place with great people and what’s the most important – it’s full of unforgettable attractions. We spent only 2 days in this country and really managed to make the most of it. That’s why we wrote this note especially for you – we want to show that there are many wonderful things to do in Armenia and it’s impossible not to fall in love with it!
Armenia is one of the most underrated country we have ever visited. What’s more, we consider it as the most fascinating destination in Transcaucasia – even more interesting than popular Georgia and surprisingly, Azerbaijan. Armenia is full of breathtaking nature wonders as well as impressive man-made attractions. For this reason, we wrote for you a detailed Armenia Travel Itinerary with many useful practical tips how to deeply explore this region on a tight budget. Read more as you’ll find here everything you need to know about this stunning place!
In this note we gathered our favorite inspirational travel quotes that became a crucial part of our lives. They encourage us to travel and improve our life satisfaction. We try to remember about these motivational thoughts on a daily basis. As they made big changes in our attitude, we would like to share them with you. We are sure they will help you to achieve your dreams too! :)
Before going to Georgia, we’ve heard a lot about this country, as many of our friends felt delighted after making a trip there. And finally we also had a great opportunity to go there – we planned to see Iran, Azerbaijan and Armenia during our honeymoon trip, so Georgia seemed to be the last matching puzzle in our itinerary. See how we organized it :)
In recent times, Georgia has been becoming a trendy tourist destination. Stunning mountain ranges, high waterfalls and popular beaches in one country? Only there! Of course, you can’t miss delicious traditional Georgian cuisine, too. And what if we say, you will be able to experience all these things with less than $200 in your pocket? Check out our post about budget traveling around Georgia and start to pack your bags for your ultimate Trans-Caucasia trip!
Previeously we didn’t know much about Azerbaijan and Baku. After doing some research on the internet about this destination, we felt encouraged to go there. It was a good choice, as visiting Baku was a very positive experience for us. And not only positive, but also absolutely surprising. Baku city combines two different worlds: it’s formally a muslim country but we haven’t seen or met any muslims there, it’s very rich and modern in the center and poor at the outskirts. It just has two faces and shows many contrasts – we’ve never been in such unique place before.