Have you ever wondered who designed the cities you visit? Who planned for the buildings, streets, parks and city details to be exactly as they appear today and what ideas and thoughts led to the result?  
In between the jet lag and the never ending activities you have planned (and if you’re blogging, the numerous blogs and social media posts you have to put together while on tour), keeping in touch while travelling isn’t easy.
The Karst area landscape of Slovenia is formed as a result of the high concentration of limestone. Over time, acidic water has broken down the surface, creating underground drainage systems with sinkholes and caves.  
The Predjama Castle in Slovenia is unlike anything you’ve ever seen before. The castle clings to a 123 meters steep mountain face and looks quite impossible to access from below.  
Exploring St. Anton Austria in the Summer - Biking, Hiking, Kayaking, and the Arlberg Giro
 In this video we take you on a brief journey exploring the mountain destination of St.
Timelapse Video: Christmas in Budapest
I took more then 15 000 photos for the puropse of making this video.

When it comes to the city of Amsterdam, everyone associates it with one thing – marijuana cafes. Whilst marijuana is a major part of Amsterdam, there is more to the city than just that.

I’ve always had a thing for Scandinavia. Mighty pine forests; glacial lakes; roaming elks; northern lights and a healthy dose of Stieg Larrson, had all assimilated in my mind to create an enchanting land of handsome people and stylish knitwear.

The hostess already stood in the small hallway; legs spread, hands on her hips, some flowery Lycra hanging down from her shoulders. She pointed to the kitchen.

"Tea!" Russian always sounds harsh.

Elena has written and published the first-ever guide book on creative travel worldwide, called “The Creative Traveler’s Handbook“.

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