Bansko is the most popular ski resort in Bulgaria, located in the foothills of Pirin Mountain. More and more people travel to Bansko each year in December/February attracted by low prices, quality snow and excellent accommodation. Bansko is only a small town, but it is a real gem for the hot summer days. It is located 150 km away from Bulgaria’s capital and it is a great choice for a long weekend getaway.
Plitvice Lakes National Park is not only the oldest and largest national park in Croatia, but it is also part of the UNESCO list of World Natural Heritage sites. Plitvice Lakes consists of 16 lakes, connected through beautiful waterfalls and cascades and surrounded by rich forests. A few steps into the park and you will already feel like you are in a fairy-tale. Here are the top 9 tips you should know before visiting Plitvice Lakes.
A day trip to Lake Como is absolutely compulsory, if you are planning to visit Milan. Lake Como is the third largest lake in Italy and one of the deepest in Europe. It is located 80 km away from Milan, so it is a perfect option for a day trip from Milan. Getting to Lake Como is extremely easy. There are many little towns around the lake, but one of the easiest and fastest ways to get there is by train from Milano Centrale to Varenna Esino.
Bulgaria is a relatively small country with an area of only 111 000 square km. Even still one third of the territory is mountainous covered by approximately 40 mountains. Each one of them is unique with its specific relief, nature, flora and fauna. Bulgaria is also home to three national parks – Rila, Central Balkan and Pirin National Park. Pirin National Park is not the biggest…
EUROPE, TRAVEL TIPS
Each season has its own beauty, but there is something extra magical about spring. Spring brings new beginnings and life becomes colorful and vibrant again, which makes it the best season to travel in Europe. August will be here soon and I am already thinking and planning my trips for next spring! Here are my top reasons why the best season to travel in Europe is spring.
Do you want to go back in time and experience a more romantic way of travel? To enjoy a few hours of breathtaking mountain views? Do you want to see how locals live in some of the more remote and isolated regions of Bulgaria? This is possible by getting the last operational Rhodope narrow gauge train line in Bulgaria. The line runs between the small towns of Septemvri and…