TOP Reasons to Visit Cyprus

I have to admit that from all the posts I’ve written on my blog, anything that has to do with Cyprus has raised a lot of interest. What do I mean? Anything that has to do with Cyprus has been viewed and shared a lot! So what’s better than writing about your own place? I’ve told you about some interesting Cyprus facts, about free things you can do in Cyprus but I haven’t told you WHY YOU SHOULD VISIT CYPRUS! Well, it’s pretty obvious: With its Mediterranean looks, a sun-drenched climate throughout the year and inviting culture, there’s plenty reasons why someone to visit this amazing island, Cyprus. The Warmest Welcome Cypriot people are known for their hospitality and friendly nature. Anywhere you go on the island you should expect a warm welcome. Especially if you happen to be in a village, it's very common to be invited to a Cypriot's house for a coffee. Talk to a local, they will provide you a lot of information. Natural Beautiful Scenes From its blue water beaches, its mountains, natural sea caves, waterfalls, salt lakes, there's a lot of natural beauty to see and explore. Food & Drink Mixing the best of Cypriot cuisine, Cyprus provides you the best tastes from fresh seafood, souvlakia (barbeque) local produce including olives, halloumi, shioushioukkos, all delicious. I think my next post should about Cypriot cuisine. Cyprus is one of the world’s oldest wine-producing regions. Lovely Beaches From the quiet, clean sands of Pissouri Bay to the party atmosphere in Ayia Napa (Nissi Beach), the crystal clear waters in Protaras there’s a great mixture of sand and pebble beach to choose from. Historical Sights to see Cyprus has a rich and exciting history, with a number of unique and ancient sights for you to explore. Visit the old Tombs of the Kings or the amphitheatre in Paphos, and then learn about the island’s many, important archaeological discoveries at the Nicosia museum. Best Sunsets I’ve taken hundreds of photos capturing the Cyprus sunset, especially in Paphos. [...]

2018-02-23T09:14:22+03:00June 29th, 2016|

Reasons to visit Krakow, a cultural city in Poland

Krakow is the second largest Polish city, one of the most cultural cities in Poland. It’s a historical city with impressive churches, museums and its beauty and atmosphere attract thousands of tourists every year. If you believe in legends, Krakow was built on the cave of a dragon. Why is this city is so special that I'm dedicating a post with reasons why you should visit? Krakow is a city which has captured my heart and below I’m listing you some reasons why you should visit this beautiful city. Visit Europe's Largest Square Krakow's main square, Rynek Glowny, is the largest medieval square in Europe. The Cloth Hall hosts a lot of market stalls selling local clothing, jewellery, lacework, cloth handicrafts, wood carvings, rugs and all sorts of Polish souvenirs at reasonable prices. Here you'll find St. Mary’s Basilica, a gothic church which is amazing to see. A city which can be explored by foot Krakow is a small city and everything is very close to each other. You can walk around and explore the city and its surroundings. There's some beautiful walking routes from Florian's Gate to Wawel castle. Other highlights of Krakow are the Jewish district and The Barbican. Auschwitz-Birkenau Concentration Camps Auschwitz-Birkenau concentration camps is one of the largest camps in Europe which has been turned and maintained as a museum. This place is worth a visit. Be prepared for an emotional tour since you'll leave there with mixed sad feelings. I have a dedicated post with photos regarding the concentration camp which I encourage you to read at: Auschwitz, a death camp worth visiting Visit a Cathedral made of salt, 135m underground Another great tour from Kraków is to visit Wieliczka Salt Mine. Find more information on my dedicated post at: Wieliczka Salt Mine in Krakow, 135 meters underground.   Delicious Food Krakow has some great restaurant where you can try typical Polish cuisine. I always like to try local traditional dishes so since I was in Krakow I tried Pierogi (dough filled with meat, vegetables or cheese), polish hotdogs, sausages [...]

2018-02-23T09:14:22+03:00June 21st, 2016|
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