How I spent 7 days in Athens, Greece

It was a nice July evening, I was home alone and kinda bored. As I struggled to fall asleep, I decided not to try anyone. Opened my laptop, ran into that Ryanair email about their discount tickets and booked a ticket for Athens, for the end of September. Then September came, and here is how … Continue Reading

A Chernobyl roadside picnic and the appeal of dark tourism

Chernobyl, the location of one of the most horrifying disasters in human history is today a thriving tourism destination. Just why are tens of thousands of people visiting the terrifying site every year? And what does this say about our human nature?   Chernobyl’s introduction into the tourism circuit The fate of the city of … Continue Reading

Sarmizegetusa Regia – The Cradle of The Dacian Civilisation

Sarmizegetusa Regia is the place you need to see in Romania if you are passionate about the ancient civilizations. Some travel websites resemble it to the English Stonehenge. It’s a place which made it to the Unesco cultural sites. I admit it didn’t make it on my must-see places at first, but being so close to … Continue Reading

Why you should visit Corvin Castle, the medieval castle of Transylvania

In the southwest Transylvania, one representative castle of the Middle Age stands. The Hunedoara Fortress, which became the Corvin Castle, is one of the most attractive places to visit today in Transylvania. It was recognised as being one of the biggest and most impressive buildings in Eastern Europe. After years of longing to visit this breathtaking … Continue Reading

Exploring The Sculptures Of Brâncuși, In Tg Jiu, Romania

As a Romanian, I always wanted to visit Tg Jiu, where 3 breathtaking works of the world known sculptor are exhibited. Brâncuși sculptures are famous, so I decided to make this place part of my 4-day car trip around Romania.   Who was Constantin Brâncuși? Constantin Brâncuși was a Romanian sculptor, painter and photographer. He became famous … Continue Reading