Recommended hotels in Europe and the world.
Untouched beaches, turquoise sea and a relaxed atmosphere - welcome to Isla Holbox, Mexico's hidden gem. This intimate tropical island is located on the north coast of the Yucatan Peninsula and is one of those places where time slows down.
Imagine long sandy beaches, the sound of the blue ocean, fragrant pine forests and picturesque rice fields with storks. This is what Comporta on the west coast of Portugal is like. A real enclave of peace and quiet. The perfect
No trip to the north of Portugal would be complete without a visit to the wonderful Douro Valley. There are no words that would describe the beauty of this place well. Even the best photos do not fully reflect its
There is probably no other city like Porto. Atmospheric narrow streets, the picturesque Douro River, delicious seafood and the port wine are just some of the reasons why this amazing place is worth visiting. After nearly a week in this
Undoubtedly, no trip to Malaysia can be complete without a visit to Kuala Lumpur. I have to admit that this cosmopolitan capital city stole my heart, becoming one of my favorite cities in Southeast Asia. Great cuisine (in my opinion
There is hardly a person who would not dream of traveling to New York City. This bustling city tempts with amazing energy, interesting culture and rich diversity. No wonder, after all, everything is the best in the Big Apple. It
Undoubtedly, every person traveling in India will sooner or later end up in Mumbai, one of the country's largest cities. Mumbai is a city of great contrasts that are especially visible here. It is in Mumbai that the richest Indians
Munnar in Kerala is undoubtedly one of the most beautiful places we visit while traveling in India. This small mountain town owes its popularity to one of the most beautiful tea plantation in the country. If, like us, you are
No trip to central Kerala would be complete without a visit to Kochi - city in which influences of different nationalities have been intermingling for centuries - Portuguese, Dutch and British. Chinese and Jews also left their mark here.
After visiting the land of wild elephants, which is undoubtedly Wayanad, we went to the far south, to Alleppey, not without reason called the Venice of the East. It is here that one of the greatest attractions of this region