There are only three ways how to access it - by land, by sea, or by air. Each of these options, however, is either physically, financially, or time-wise demanding. On the other hand, it has a bright side to it, when you think about it. In order to save some money, time, or themselves, many tourists omit and skip this step in their itineraries.
The railroad leading across the western part of Scotland is recognized as one of the most beautiful tracks of the world. Starting at Fort William, all the way to Mallaig, the railroad is always described with words of praise, and well deserved so.
This second article engages in some more of the trails, which are popular with tourists visiting the Faroe Islands. Our bucket list covers at least half of them, as we haven’t had a chance to visit, while travelling around this beautiful piece of land. However, I still believe that our future holds them for us.
There are more than 300 mountains to be found on the Faroe Islands. My list has no chance to include all the touristic trails, which the islands have to offer, but I’ll try to guide you and introduce you to the most interesting ones.
You’ll find only couple of settlements in here, Longyearbyen being the capital, with a tiny international airport. When you get to the arrivals hall, you are welcomed with huge stuffed polar bear, which leaves you hoping, it is the last polar bear you have and will encounter for the rest of your stay.
Nowadays, everything comes in 3 (trilogies, episodes, princes, princesses, etc.), so I got inspired by the movie industry and decided to go with it. My trilogy ends here with last 6 points, throwing some light on the country which belongs to my top favourite ones.
It is not my intention to educate you and inform you about everything which has to do with Iceland. I’ve decided not to ruin the Baedeker business at last. But I am also convinced that on your trip to Iceland, you will find some information from my blogs useful.
The Isle of Skye part I was dedicated to its south and central parts. In part II I am going to focus on the northern part, which tourists find very attractive, and where the majority of well known, popular natural beauties can be found.
‘How to survive the Octoberfest‘ is a manual full of essential tips and advice for you to leave this event with mainly positive experiences, and the least possible amount of misfortune and misunderstandings.
Flying cannot be defined as one of my favourite activities. In fact, my attitude towards it is lukewarm, if not negatively cold-ish. Flying does not make me feel excited, nor do I feel happy on board. I see it as a necessity and an integral part of the travelling reality.
The inspiration for the journey to Scotland came in my case, quite unconventionally, from my love for literature. Crime stories in particular. Our favourite Scottish author and screen-writer Peter May plotted his Lewis Trilogy onto an island with the same name as the title carries. Reading his descriptions of Scottish nature triggered the idea to visit, and experience it on our own.
It is impossible to be neutral about Iceland in my opinion. Either this country will totally get under your skin, right at the moment you step out of an aeroplane, or it will seem miserable, unapproachable, and boring to you.
Every city in the world has got some specifics, which all its inhabitants are aware of, but which are also well hidden from the eyes of tourists. To reveal these means to become one with the city, to become tuned to the same wave with it, penetrate beneath the surface and become a user of the city itself.
Barcelona has one particularity, which makes it in our eyes very interesting. Even if Rome or Paris have much more historical monuments, Barcelona has something what gives it special charm and atmosphere...it has sea.
To travel somewhere only to see the bridge and not the city or its historical monuments is at least a bit strange, but for us, devoted fans of a series Bron/Broen was the Oresund Bridge the main goal during visiting Malmö.
New Zealand is a dream of every traveler. And we are no different. During getting ready for our journey to the other side of the world I came across with several information which is good to think of before travelling.
Coffee culture is currently already very developed in almost every bigger city and is important part of daily life of it's residents and tourists as well. Munich is not an exception even if it is considered and better known as city of beer. Fans of good coffee wont be disappointed either.