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    Weekend in Budapest – what to do for two days in the capital of Hungary

    On the first weekend of March, we went to the capital of Hungary to celebrate birthday. Budapest is an excellent place for a weekend trip, its center extends over the two former cities of Buda (west of the Danube) and Pest (east of the Danube). Most of the sights are within walking distance, but count on the fact that you will find your way around. Can’t decide which places to visit? Here’s our guide to spending a weekend in Budapest. Friday evening We started our trip exploring the nightlife and having a drink in the famous VI. area, which is also called “Budapest party district”. Király Street is the busiest…

  • Austria,  travel

    Hiking with dog in Austria. Rax mountain in Vienna Alps is the perfect place for dog-friendly trip.

    We traditionally celebrated my birthdays in another country. I dreamed of mountains, a fireplace and nature, and so we went to Austria with our four-legged partner Balu. Lower Austria is an ideal destination if you want to spend time in dense forests and mountains, but don’t want to travel too far from Vienna. Only an hour from Vienna you will find the Vienna Alps, which are nicknamed the “Paradise of views” due to their wonderful alpine panorama and are a popular skiing destination in winter. We went here in autumn, but we will definitely come back here at another time of the year. The Vienna Alps Only a two-hour drive…

  • camping,  Slovakia,  travel

    Slovakia: Traveling with campervan

    During the two years since we started writing a blog, but also during those when we didn’t even own a smartphone, we slept in all sorts of places. In the tent, in the open air, in hostels but also in more luxurious hotels, in the car and on the train… but we have always wanted to try what it’s like to travel and sleep in a motorhome. We watched all sorts of videos on YouTube and thought about how these people live there and how they work in such a small space. During our last weeks since returning to Slovakia, it was not so amazing as we imagined, so we…

  • travel

    Via ferrata in Slovak Paradise. Adventure you will never forget.

    I put my foot slowly on a piece of iron that is in a rock and I hold onto a metal rope with my hand. I know I’m locked in with two rigid carabiners, but even the loud waterfall failed to drown out my thoughts on what would happen if I fell. A little in front of me awaits my dad one and behind my back I am encouraged by Matej and my mother. I will climb to the next step, which is also the last one on this rock and realize that, despite fear of heights, I enjoy this adventure in the Slovak mountains. Adrenaline called via ferrata What…

  • Poland,  travel

    Tip for weekend trip: Moving sand dunes in Poland

    Sometimes in primary school I learned that they have a desert in Poland. I wasn’t really interested in it, but somehow it miraculously kept this information in my mind, and a few years later, when we moved to Krakow, we began to think about how to get to the desert and whether it really exists. In the article you will find where to find the Polish Sahara and why not underestimate the clothes when you visit it there. Where is the Polish desert? Because of the desert you do not have to travel thousands of kilometers to Africa at all, you only need a hundred, because at our neighbors in…

  • Tasting the world

    We tried durian the World’s smelliest fruit. How was it?

    Durian special fruit from Southeast Asia, which is in many places forbidden to consume, transport, or own.  Certain hotels, airplanes, or restaurants will not let you go in with this fruit. The reason is simple – durian smells.  And the more smelly and disgusting the food, the greater the challenge to try it!  The durian fruit has an oval shape and is covered with a hard skin with coarse pyramid spines.  Its weight is about 1 to 3 kilograms and can be as big as 50 centimeters. You open it so that you find a weak point in your skin where you cut a knife and cut a durian.  The…

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    How to become responsible traveler?

    Responsible traveling is becoming increasingly popular because travel is more affordable and cheaper than ever. We are all #travellovers, looking for cheap air tickets, we can eat in restaurants, swim with dolphins, rent a car. We can travel our own way. But with these options, I think the responsibility of learning comes as well. We live in an information time, when we can find and verify information with just a few clicks. We can find information about any place, organization, company, people from multiple sources. The use of these options before the trip is, I think, MUST HAVE every traveler, tourist, hiker, because we are going to visit a place…