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Croatia’s Award-winning Olive Oils

Unless you’ve been to Croatia you might not know that the country produces olive oil. They don’t make a lot, but what they have is top notch.

Berat, Albania’s White City

You can’t help but fall in love with the city of Berat. Situated in the middle of the mountains it looks like an ancient amphitheater. Whoever visits this city is not only impressed by the architecture but also by the warm and simple local life. Although one of the main … Read More

Dubrovnik, Early Abolitionists

When most people learn about the abolition of slavery in school, the key milestones they’re taught are when the USA and Britain ended the abhorrent practice, but did you know that the tiny Republic of Ragusa (known as Dubrovačka Republika in Croatian, now modern day Dubrovnik and its surroundings) was … Read More

Must-See Museums in Zagreb

In line with the trend of redefining what a museum is, Zagreb provides a wide variety of museums to explore, from classical archaeology and history museums to places more innovative, interactive, and sometimes even controversial. To make your choice a little bit easier, we put together a list of those … Read More

Three Days in Rome with Giorgia

As part of our 72 Hours In series we asked Giorgia, our woman in Rome, to tell us where she’d send a foreign friend on their first visit to Italy’s magnificent capital city and her hometown. Take it away Giorgia… There are some things in Rome that you really can’t … Read More

Traditional Dishes of the Cyclades: Absolutely Delicious

Ancient temples, whitewashed cube-like houses and captivating sunset views, are just a few of the reasons to visit the Cyclades.  Greek cuisine in fact is a fantastic reason on its own to plan a trip to Greece. Due to its remarkable location in the Mediterranean and a favorable microclimate that … Read More

Three Short Hikes in and around Budapest

When in Budapest it’s all too easy to spend your time marvelling at the architecture and soaking up the atmosphere of the city, but there are some epic views to be had, even within the city limits. This fascinating city along the Danube is lesser known for its hiking routes. … Read More

Which Greek Islands Should I Visit?

Greece is home to 6,000 islands – 277 of which are inhabited, visiting all of them will certainly require a lifetime. The islands are divided into groups, and you will often hear mentions of the Cyclades, the Ioanian and the Dodecanese, among others. Each island group is known for its … Read More

Three Days in Vilnius with Ilona

Full of memorable food, early modern architecture, and memorable vistas, Vilnius packs a lot into its Old Town, to say nothing of the rest of the city, and its surroundings. We asked Ilona, a native of Vilnius, how she’d spend 72 hours showing a first time visitor around in her … Read More

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