Vienna Christmas market
  From the middle of November until Christmas, Vienna’s prettiest squares transform into magical Christmas markets. The aroma of Christmas cookies and hot punch sets the mood for the Christmas holidays along with the delicate crafts of hundreds of artisans. 20 Christmas markets on different key locations are set up to welcome locals and tourists […]
Schönbrunn Palace Gardens
The former Habsburg summer residence, Schönbrunn Palace is one of the most important architectural, cultural, and historical monuments in Austria which is also a Unesco World Heritage site. This baroque complex is surrounded by an enchanting park. During the reign of Maria Theresa, as an imperial summer residence, Schönbrunn Palace became the glittering focus of […]
Best beaches - Budva, Montenegro
Budva is one of the oldest settlements in the Adriatic, with its picturesque old town lying on a peninsula stretching into the sea. The city’s main attraction is the medieval castle wall and the Citadel which offers a magnificent view of the Budva riviera. Due to its historic heritage, its 38 km long shoreline and […]
Belgrade Rivers - A City Where Two Mighty Rivers Meet
Belgrade is a City at the Confluence of Two Rivers – the Sava and the Danube The Sava meets the Danube in the center of Belgrade, at the spectacular location known as Ušće (confluence), forming two islands at its delta, the Big and Small War Islands making Belgrade the only European capital that has two […]
Gardoš Tower in Belgrade, Serbia
Gardoš Tower is a protected historic monument and a look-out tower that is located in Belgrade’s municipality of Zemun on top of Gardoš hill overlooking the right bank of the Danube. Rising above Zemun municipality, Gardoš tower is the major historical landmark of Zemun which can be seen from all parts of the district and […]
Belgrade, Republic Square
If you want to discover Belgrade, the central Republic Square would be a good place to start. It is the center of the city in many ways: surrounded by some of Belgrade’s most recognizable public buildings and streets, it is one of the busiest places in the city. It is also a main transportation hub […]
Belgrade nightlife
With its reputation as one of Europe’s foremost party capitals firmly entrenched, there’s little need to list Belgrade’s ample nightlife credentials. However, during the spring and summer months things reach truly epic proportions with revellers packing the streets until dawn on a nightly basis, and a general festive atmosphere permeating throughout the whole city. If […]
Skadarlija street - Belgrade's Montmartre
Skadarlija is a vintage street, an urban neighborhood and the main bohemian quarter of the Old town of Belgrade. Its bohemian character dates back to end of 19th century when many of Serbian poets, writers and actors have occupied the taverns in Skadarlija. The neighbourhood became popular due to its close proximity to the National […]
Knez Mihailova street - the focal point of Belgrade
Knez Mihailova street is the main pedestrian street in the center of Belgrade, a city promenade that lies between central Terazije Square and the Kalemegdan fortress splitting the downtown in half. It is a main meeting point, easily accessible from every part of the city. Due to its great historical and cultural value, it is […]
The Grand Belgrade Fortress and Park - Kalemegdan
High above the confluence of the two mighty rivers, Sava and Danube, stands the great Belgrade Fortress known as Kalemegdan surrounded by the most beautiful and biggest park in Belgrade, one of the most important cultural and historical complexes in the city. It is home to several galleries and museums like the Military Museum, restaurants, […]