When touring a city, we tend to see it the way it is now. After centuries of development, certain nuances are lost or hidden and it is only if you are particularly resourceful that you can discover certain treats the city has to offer.
I am often asked how I find deals or offers and how I plan my holidays. It’s as if I have some super power that lets me travel in ways normal mortals can’t! It is not that difficult to take advantage of great deals to make your money go further … Continue reading
I’ve been living in Czech Republic for 2.5 years now and I realised earlier this year that it is about time I started to explore the country a little more. I’ve seen a lot of the city, but not much of the country. 2015 is the year to start putting this … Continue reading
Seville – the 2,200-year-old capital of Andalusia. Phoenician, Roman, Arabic, Spanish. This magnificent city is a beautiful testament to the melting pot that is European civilisation and definitely worth a closer look if you find yourself wandering Spain.
Like any city, Prague has lost certain elements of its past to the mists of time. Now, these items live on only as a name whose significance few understand. The lost train station at Tešnov is one such element of Prague’s past.