Three days in Bratislava & Vienna.(Part 2: Vienna)

º•continued from previous post : Three days in Bratislava & Vienna (Part 1:Bratislava). •º •—•—•Vienna, Austria•—•—• Vienna is a very elegant city, full of art, romance and cutting edge design and architecture! The baroque streetscapes and the imperial palaces alongside with the famous coffee-house culture are only some of the few aspects of Vienna that…

Three days in Bratislava & Vienna. (Part 1: Bratislava)

This three-days trip to Bratislava and Vienna, was our final trip as Erasmus students. At the beginning we were thinking through a week-long trip including Budapest as well, but in the end we decided to visit the capital of Hungary separately on a weekend earlier in January. →Check out my blog post about my trip…

5+1 reasons to go on Erasmus. (2016-2017)

A couple of months ago, I came back from my Erasmus in Prague. I stayed there for 5 months (the entire winter semester from late September until the mid of February) and I can assure you that it was the best experience of my life so far! Since I’ve been younger, I have always toyed…

A weekend getaway to Budapest.

“Paris of the East”, as many may call it, in the heart of Europe and one of the most popular weekend getaway destinations; Budapest is a city which you’ll fall in love with, for all the right reasons. In fact, Budapest is made up of two distinct sides, Buda and Pest on either sides of…

Cesky Krumlov : a medieval fairytale town

Cesky Krumlov is a true gem. It’s one of the cutest picturesque little towns that I have ever been to..no wonder some call it a little miniature of Prague! Its maze-like alleys, medieval pubs and the very well preserved Renaissance and baroque buildings and Castle, alongside with the Old Town Square, have rightfully made Cesky…

Day trip to Oktoberfest: München 2016

Oktoberfest : The world’s largest and most famous beer festival, and the only time of the year when drinking beer at any hour of the day is totally acceptable ! It’s held annually form mid or late September to the first week of October with millions of people from all over the world attending this…

A day in Pilsen

One of our first trips in the Czech Republic was a day trip to the famous beer-making city of Pilsen (or Plzeň); fun fact: Pilsen was appointed the European Capital of Culture of 2015. It’s only 92 km southwest of Prague and it’s easily accessible by direct train from Prague’s main train station (Praha Hlavní Nádraží)…

Dresden & Christmas Market 2016

The historic city of Dresden, capital of the Free State of Saxony in Germany will definitely capture your attention with its rich culture and breathtaking architecture. It’s only a couple of hours away from Prague by bus or train; making it a perfect destination for a day trip. I found Dresden to be a very unique city,…

Hostivařský lesopark

One the largest parks of Prague that has so many beautiful views to offer! It’s located in the area called Hostivar, in Prague 10 ! Perfect location for long walks, jogging, cycling and  of course, every dog’s paradise!!!-haha 😛 The most fascinating fact about this park is the lake that is located there. There’s not…

A glimpse of Berlin

Three days are definitely not enough in order to explore Berlin, one of the most interesting, edgy and vibrant cosmopolitan cities in Europe. On the other hand, three days was all the time I needed to fall under Berlin’s spell and grasp its rich contradictory sights. Berlin is a multicultural society as its population is…

Ahoj Prague !

I can’t even realize how time flies! It’s been almost 4 weeks since I arrived in Prague and it still feels like yesterday when I got on the plane and said goodbye to my friends and family back in Greece.. Living and studying abroad had always been one of my life goals and honestly, if…