Travelling on the Georgian Military Highway is a highlight of any trip to Georgia. This scenic route served as a link between Europe and Asia over the centuries. Today it connects Tbilisi to the Russian city of Vladikavkaz, in the North Ossetia region, and was only named "military" after Russia annexed Georgia to its territory Continue reading...

At 8:15 on a Saturday morning, I found myself walking at London's Victoria Bus Station. Even after three cups of coffee, I was still half-asleep. The reason to be up so early on a Saturday morning was an invitation by Veltra to go on a day trip to Leeds Castle and Canterbury Cathedral, with a Continue reading...

Paris has the Louvre. New York has the Museum of Modern Art. London has the British Museum and Bilbao has the Guggenheim. Some cities are home to such outstanding museums, that it is not uncommon for some tourists to dedicate a trip just to enjoy the works of the great masters of the arts. Zagreb Continue reading...

Considering how close the Argentine and the Uruguayan capitals are, one would expect that travelling from one to another would be simple. The two cities are separated by the mouth of the Rio de la Plata, which is more than 200km wide (124 miles), so jumping in a car and driving is out of question Continue reading...

If you know London, you will most likely know that the weather is usually unpredictable. Even though most workplace conversations revolve around the weather and weather forecast, the fact is that it rains even when the weatherman says it won't. True to the rule, yesterday we had an amazing day when it was cold in Continue reading...

No matter how a few airlines try to market some airports (namely Girona and Reus, located around 80 miles away), Barcelona El Prat is the only airport really serving the Catalan capital. It is the Spain's second largest airport, behind Madrid Barajas. Barcelona El Prat has undergone a renovation recently, including the creation of T1 and Continue reading...