14 Unique places to enjoy summer in Prague

Tina at lake, Prokopské údolí

Summers in Prague are known to bring swarms of tourists, venturing out to the city, exploring sights and enjoying some fun and relaxation time. No matter if you’re a tourist or a local, pack enough water, put some sun screen on, and explore our 14 unique places to enjoy a wonderful summer in Prague. 1 Rohanský ostrov – Rohan island Rohanský ostrov is a recreational park located at the river bank of the Karlín/Libeň district…

Český Krumlov: Budget Guide & Best Things to Do

Tina in Český Krumlov castle, viewpoint

Are you in Prague or Vienna and looking for an idyllic getaway? Then Český Krumlov is the perfect place. This little laid-back town in South Bohemia will give you just the right amount of relaxation while not falling short to surprise you. And best of all, it won’t stretch your budget. The town is located just between Prague and Vienna, making it a perfect stopover. During the pandemic, the streets have fallen silent and became…

Berlin on a Budget & Best Things To Do

Tina on bike in Berlin

Berlin is everything except boring. In fact, if you’d want, you can find plenty of events each day of the week. Not to mention, the amazing local and international street food you can try. Plus, the city is so huge and diverse that sightseeing alone is enough to keep you busy during your time here. Is Berlin an expensive city? We believe Berlin can be done on a moderate budget. In this article, we show…

10 Things You might Wonder about when Walking the Camino de Santiago for the First Time

Tina on the camino Portugues

Is this your first time walking the Camino de Santiago or Way of St. James? If so, you might catch yourself wondering about one thing or another. We have some of the answers for you. 1 Rocks of sorrow Walking the camino can feel like a fresh new start, leaving old sorrows behind. These old sorrows are locked inside rocks brought from home and then dropped somewhere along the Camino. Over the years those rocks…

Mostar from the Perspective of a Native Traveler

Tina by Mostar bridge with flowers in hair, Mostar, Bosnia & Herzegovina

Mostar is the home of my family. It’s the home of my ancestors. It’s where my origins are. And yet I am thankful that I was born in Germany because only 2 years later war would strike the country, changing the lives of the people there forever. I was too little to understand what was going on. Probably my biggest luck. This way, I was able to enjoy the privilege of a carefree childhood, unlike…