Sofia is the capital and the biggest city in Bulgaria. However, compared to most European capitals it is relatively small and most of the popular tourist attractions are located one next to another. We do not have an Eiffel tower like Paris, nor do we have a Colosseum, but still our capital is a beautiful
Summer is knocking on the door and is calling for sunny beaches and vacations. If you haven’t planned your holiday yet, I’ve got you covered (and even if you have planned it, you might want to think twice). Since it’s vacation summer I’ll be doing something like a series of posts about places in Bulgaria,
There are lots of things you should carefully take into account before hopping on a plane for your next trip and sometimes they are just too many. From finding the best place to stay to planning your days and things to do, travel prep can be really time-consuming. Here are some simple but useful tips
To read about the first 2 days in Rome, click here. 3rd Day Our third and last day in Italy’s capital we dedicated to the Vatican. A tip I would suggest is to do the same when visiting Rome. The reason – everything in the Vatican is absolutely majestic, both in size and authenticity. So,
Rome may sound like a mainstream destination, but trust me – it’s a classic and definitely a must-see! Even if you’re not into old ruins and ‘stones’ – which are basically everywhere in Rome – the city’s charm and magical atmosphere will make you think twice. I’ve been to 3/4 biggest European capitals (Paris and
It is no coincidence that San Diego is called “America’s finest city”. I have been there several times and it never fails to impress me. Just 2 hours south of LA, with unique landscapes and miles of coastal lanes San Diego has something for everyone.
San Diego is located near the Laguna mountains, meaning you can find a lot of trails for hiking, all of them exposing breathtaking views. Most of the trails are not very steep nor very hard, so you do not need any special equipment. The only thing you cannot go without is water, since the heat is very unforgiving especially during summer mid-days. One of the best and most famous ones is the Torrey Pines hike, which is also a state natural reserve. Another one, which I strongly recommend, starts at the Cabrillo National Monument (the picture above was taken there). The monument is one of San Diego must-sees, because it provides a stunning view of the bay, the Coronado island and you can even catch a glimpse of Downtown San Diego. On the other side of the hill you can just admire the ocean and the sensation of tranquillity it creates. Alongside the western coast of the area you can find tide pools, but we’ll get to them later. You can reach the monument by car, so I personally wouldn’t choose this path for hiking – my idea of hiking doesn’t really involve highways – but there’s a two-mile hiking trail that goes down the eastern slope of the hill. From there you can get the same view as above while enjoying Cali’s nature.
Tip: Another great way to enjoy the beautiful view of San Diego Bay is on a boat – soaking in the warm sunlight with the ocean breeze in your hair while sailing by the skyscrapers is Downtown SD. If you’re interested in charter service for the Bay (and not only in San Diego area), here are the best captains in town.