The beating heart of the Polish Rzeczpospolita 
Spending the Advent in Warsaw
I mentioned in my last article that apart from my small trips in Silesia, I also experienced a great and unexpected surprise: namely, that I finally had a chance to visit Warsaw, the capital of Poland…
Walking in the medieval Silesia
Legnica, Brzeg, Oława
The cooling temperature of the winter, the deepening crisis of the covid-pandemic and my university duties made it extremely difficult to continue my adventures and visit more of Poland. However, as I…
Last tastes of the Slovenian cream
Sevnica, Bled, Škofja Loka
Probably most of us have a wish list or ‘bucket list’ with the places we would like to visit while going to a new city or country. Some people try to use the given time in order to visit the most popu…
Tales engraved in stones
Celje, Laško, Vurberk, Betnava, Donačka Gora
Sometimes we are in a rush and assume that it is possible to see, experience and understand everything in only a couple of hours. Contemporary tourism marketing makes us think that it is just a matter…
Reaching the gates of Istria
Koper, Piran, Izola
When someone thinks about Slovenia, their first idea is usually associated to snow-white mountains, endless forests, and mystical, medieval castles. However, as I have already mentioned before, this c…
Faraway hills, infinite plains
Kranj and Murska Sobota
I have already mentioned a lot that Slovenia has an extremely great cultural diversity due to the fact that the territory of the country was influenced a lot by neighboring nations in the area. It is …
Legends of an enchanted valley
Castles and lakes in Velenje
During the last two months I had a chance to explore the Eastern part of Slovenia, which mostly included plains, hills, river valleys and a couple of mountains. After becoming familiar with the charac…
Carnival of Novelties
My further trips in Podravska region
We often consider the world around us to be something automatically created and given. Something which has always been and will always be, thus everything we can see and experience is natural and evid…
Strings of the Italian Violin vol. 3.
Rome and its immortal flame
The last string of the violin I would like to introduce is a different memory for me in many terms. While Florence and Venice were both connected to my first stay, the trips to this city were actually…
Strings of the Italian Violin vol. 2.
Venice, Queen of Adria 
In our previous nostalgia adventure I shared my short flashback about Florence that had a special influence on my philosophy regarding traveling and art. However, the two other ‘strings’ of Italy whic…
Strings of the Italian Violin vol. 1.
Florence, a sweet home of arts 
Since Slovenia, where I am staying now, is very close to Italy, a lot of untold impressions and memories are coming back to me. The landscape, the climate, the architecture, the lifestyle and the peop…
Ancient slopes, whispering fields
Pohorje and the Styrian countryside
The real spirit of a country and its people does not always lie within the enormous and spectacular historical monuments, but sometimes it hides in the smooth everydays and the land where it stands. I…
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