Want to take your furry friend with you on your travels internationally from Georgia (the Republic)? You came to the right place. This post is dedicated to everything you need to know about pet travel from Georgia, including what documents you’ll need, the preparation process, tests, etc.
Cappadocia is a region of magical and quirky rock formations and caves. Where to stay in Cappadocia can be a tough decision with all the appealing cave hotels. And to give you the best options, I’ve asked fellow travel bloggers to recommend some of the best cave hotels in Cappadocia for a unique and memorable experience.
Living in Tbilisi, Georgia’s capital, can be both a pleasant and overwhelming experience. This tiny nation tucked between Asia and Europe is currently getting attention among digital nomads because of the relaxed visa requirements, cost of living, quirky and ancient architecture, and geographical location.
Barcelona is a city where you’ll walk all day round without having the urge to return to your accommodation until sunset or late at night. So, whenever deciding on what to wear in Barcelona, the first thing to consider is flexibility and comfort. Think of it as a mixture of stylish and comfortable clothes, with a couple of essentials like an emergency umbrella and a few layers for unpredictable weather in spring.
If visiting pink lakes in the world is on your bucket list, you came to the right place. This blog post in collaboration with other travel bloggers enlists some of the most stunning natural phenomena you can see around the globe.
The digital nomad lifestyle has skyrocketed in the past couple of years all across the globe. People are looking for countries where it’s easy to relocate, work, and enjoy their free time traveling around. Several countries started issuing special visas, while others offer special perks. So here’s the list of all those best cities for digital nomads worldwide compiled in collaboration with other travel bloggers who’ve lived there for a certain period.
A quaint country that sits between Germany and Belgium, is famous for Amsterdam, canals, windmills, and tulip fields. However, to truly get the most out of the country, you need to visit traditional Dutch villages in Netherlands that will make you feel closer to the country.
What to wear in Turkey can be somewhat confusing for many travelers, especially for women and remote areas. Turkey’s location spanning from Europe to Asia, encircled by seas, and uneven terrain running along the Black Sea, makes the climate here highly variable.
Singapore is a fantastic city, full of exciting and unique places to visit. For this reason, it is a big hit with photographers and influencers to hunt down Instagrammable places in Singapore. This city has a lot to offer thanks to its rich history, different cultures, and incredible architecture, making it a must-visit destination for any Asia itinerary.
In the south-west of Poland and the very heart of Europe, Wrocław is an under-the-radar gem that is worth every moment you spend wandering in its streets. While walking through the cobbled alleys of Poland’s fourth-largest city, you might mistake it for the architecture of Rome or Florence. There are plenty of sights to see, here’s the list of the most important things to do in Wroclaw.
Spain’s southern region is jam-packed with whitewashed villages, mesmerizing beaches, natural wonders, and colorful culture. Home to the highest peak in the Iberian Peninsula and many of Spain’s highest mountains, jaw-dropping ravines, and other unique landscapes, there are limitless things to do in Andalucia.
Traveling is a rewarding experience that can transform your life. Still, aside from the fact that it’s fun and allows you to discover new sights, it can also impact the communities and the environment of your preferred destination. Whether it’s a positive or negative impact depends on how much of a responsible traveler you are.
There are so many things to do in Stirling, a city in central Scotland. Stirling is famous for its medieval castle and a wonderful Old Town. Did you know that it was once the capital of Scotland? However, it was only granted city status in 2002 and is one of the UK’s most contemporary cities.
As a city with an abundance of both ancient sights and quirky modern places to see, Athens makes for some great photography spots. These best Instagram spots in Athens are composed by a local of almost seven years and include some of the places you may not have heard of before.
Yogyakarta is known for its rich culture, diverse list of attractions, and, of course, being the main access point to the famous Borobudur Temple. While most tourists travel to Yogyakarta to see Borobudur, many fall in love with the city and wish they could have stayed longer. This travel guide to Yogyakarta includes everything you need to know about the city, the best things to do in Yogyakarta, how long your itinerary should be, and the best time to visit.
Many travelers visiting the archipelago of Indonesia fail to realize the hidden gems they miss out on in East Java. East Java offers rich culture and diverse natural wonders like waterfalls, volcanoes, and ancient temples. These destinations don’t often get Bali’s praise, but you’ll find that there are plenty of things to do in East Java that surpass the experiences of any Bali beach go-er.
Are you a castle-lover? This massive list of medieval and fairytale castles of Europe showcases some of the most famous and less-known castles worth visiting when you are in that particular country. Compiled with other bloggers’ help, the post includes everything you need to know when visiting those castles in Europe.
Portugal is getting a lot of buzz in recent years, and rightfully so as it has been one of the least touristy countries in western Europe. What this means is you’ll find a lot of old-world charm at an affordable price. There are a lot of fun things to do in and around this gorgeous city. However, if you’re short on time, here is an excellent itinerary for your perfect 2 days in Lisbon that will show you the top sights of the city with a must-do day trip to Sintra.
Poland still remains a hidden gem for many with its picturesque towns, stunning architecture, breathtaking nature, medieval castles, and rich history. Visiting one town is not enough when planning a trip here, as dozens of charming cities in Poland beg to be explored. Therefore, I asked other travel bloggers to share their favorite ones with you.
Egypt has a lot to offer to its visitors that need at least a week to scratch the surface. When visiting Egypt, you can’t miss Cairo, with its iconic sites like the Great Pyramids of Giza or Khan El Khalili. However, plan your Egypt itinerary carefully and save some days to make day trips from Cairo to the country’s famous and off the beaten path destinations.
Czechia’s capital, Prague, is a jewel of Europe with its stunning architecture and museum that tell a story of its rich history, engineering masterpieces, and tragic communist and nazi past. It is also home to some of the world’s famous minds, including composers, novelists, filmmakers, and painters, to name a few. This list of museums in Prague, compiled with other travel bloggers, covers a wide range of topics that can be interesting for any traveler.
Looking for a fun-filled day trip from London? Oxford is a popular city located just one hour northwest of England’s capital. Being home to one of the most prestigious universities globally, filming location for the Harry Potter movie series, and medieval architecture, there’s your perfect 2-day Oxford itinerary from London.
Europe is home to some of the most beautiful cities perfect for everyone for any occasion or season, especially for couples. And since the major romantic cities in Europe easily get overcrowded, I asked my friend travel bloggers to list underrated romantic places in Europe that should be on the radar for anyone this year.
This sunny country in western Europe might not be on the radar for many as one of the romantic honeymoon destinations. And that’s a pity! Spending your honeymoon in Spain means strolling down the streets of history-rich cities, visiting some of the most famous UNESCO sights, swimming in the ocean, enjoying breathtaking sunsets at its stunning beaches, or even going on an adventurous hike to name a few. So, to give you the best list of the most romantic places in Spain, I asked travel bloggers to help me out on this one.
France oozes romance pretty much everywhere, making it one of the favorable honeymoon destinations for many. With so many gorgeous cities, rich history, and beautiful architecture, there are many reasons to spend your honeymoon in France. Whether you are looking for idyllic romantic places in France or popular destinations, this post gives you a list of all the cities visited by my friend travel bloggers.
If you are looking for unexpectedly romantic places in Italy for honeymoon, Valentine’s, anniversary, or weekend getaways, you came to the right place. This list of less touristy, yet most romantic places in Italy, is a collaboration with other travel bloggers to help you decide where to go for the perfect Italian romance.
Belgium is a coffee lovers country where consumers drink 6.8 kg of coffee on average per capita annually. Therefore, the demand for high-quality coffee and roasteries has multiplied, especially in large cities. Antwerp, the port city in the Flemish region, is home to numerous lovely cafes serving delicious coffee from high-quality beans. So if you happen to travel here, make sure you stop by at one of the coffee bars in Antwerp for a local experience and a warming cup of coffee any time of the day.
The Greek capital has plenty of accommodation options to choose from. However, if you are planning to make the trip budget-friendly, here are some of the best and delightful hostels in Athens to choose depending on what you are looking for. These Athens hostels are tried and tested by fellow travel bloggers and are ideal for solo travelers, digital nomads, backpackers, and couples to name a few.
Traditional Georgian food, shaped over centuries by the influence of its European and Middle Eastern neighbors, is a combination of flavorful, spicy, and unique meals. It’s often heavy on meat, dough, and walnuts, but vegetarians shouldn’t worry, as there are dozens of plant-based Georgian dishes to enjoy. So which traditional Georgian food and drinks to try once in the country? Read along.
With so many museums in Athens telling the ancient history of this great nation, it could be hard to identify where to go and what to expect. Therefore, I teamed up with other travel bloggers to bring you some of the best museums Athens has to offer.