In the span of about two weeks, we went from having never heard of Lviv, Ukraine to spontaneously looking for an apartment to rent because we didn’t want to leave. Even after spending a month exploring this beautiful European city, we left feeling like we had only scratched the surface. There’s a lot more to Ukraine than meets the eye so we’re sharing 21 unique things to do in Lviv that we loved and hope you’ll enjoy too.
Our weekend hike to Mosor quickly became one of my favourite day trips from Split. It’s fun, affordable and a great way to appreciate some of the beautiful scenery along the Dalmatian coast. A highlight for us was the local lunch we enjoyed at a mountain lodge in the middle of a forest and today we’re sharing all you need to know when planning your hike to Mosor.
Despite this being our second time visiting Miskolc, Hungary, it wasn’t long before we realized how much we had missed the first time around! Between the impressive thermal cave baths, picturesque mountains and even a scenic train, there really is something for everyone to enjoy. After our fun-filled visit, we’re sharing 11 things you’re sure to love about the under-rated city of Miskolc, Hungary.
A visit to the capital of Hungary isn’t complete without a drink (or two) at one of the many Budapest ruin pubs. These bars are unique to the city and unlike anything we’ve seen during our travels. Our favourite so far is Szimpla Kert, a garden/pub/cafe/souvenir shop/farmer’s market/local hangout/shisha bar that is sure to surprise even the most skeptical visitor.
Torun may not be the biggest or most popular city in Poland, but it quickly became one of our favourite in the country. This medieval town is in the northern region of Poland, somewhere between Lodz and Gdansk and we’re so glad we were able to visit. Torun is largely known for two things: Copernicus and gingerbread but there is plenty more to see and love so we’re sharing our favourite 19 fun things to do in Torun.
The port city of Gdansk is so far north in Poland that I’m sure many miss out on this gem while exploring Europe. But, please, do yourself a favour and add Gdansk to your itinerary if you can. The picturesque setting and colourful architecture make this city one of Poland’s favourite destinations, especially among locals looking to enjoy their holidays. We’re glad we were able to spend some time in the city and have gathered up our best tips in this guide to Gdansk for those who want to enjoy a true Polish gem!