Top Things to Do and See in Rome, Italy

You cannot leave Italy without visiting Rome. It's a city built on history. The City of Rome was once the largest city in the world between c. 100 BC- 400 AD. Not only that, it's also the birthplace of Caesar and the home of the Catholic Church.

Visiting Rome, Italy’s capital, is like a gateway to a understanding of Europe. You'll be so lost in their historical ruins along with the large crowd of tourists! Psst... Don't forget that the city is famous for its nearly 3,000 years of globally influential art, architecture and culture on display.

2016-12-20T10:54:21-05:00By |Attractions, Italy|0 Comments

Three Steps on How to Enjoy a Beer Spa in Czech Republic

The Czech Republic loves beer. In fact, beer is actually cheaper than water and other beverages, especially at restaurants and bars! They rank number one in the world for beer consumption, drinking on average 144 liters of beer for every baby, child, teenager, adult, pregnant woman and tourist in the country! Pretty much, it's a beer city here. Bottom line: beer is everywhere in Prague.

Beer is as much part of their culture—just like baseball with the United States. However, there is a way to literally immerse yourself into their traditional Czech beer culture. By literally, I mean like physically in their beer spa!

Biking to the Summit of Mount Lovcen in Montenegro

Montenegro is without doubt one of the most astonishingly beautiful places I've ever seen. You cannot go a vacation without appreciating their nature. Cycling up the road between Kotor and Cetinje in Montenegro, the Lovcen road, is probably one of the most crazy and best things I've ever done in my life. This road is often described as one of the world's most dangerous drives as well as one of the world's most scenic routes.

Dipping in Europe’s Largest Thermal Bath Complex in Budapest

The Széchenyi thermal bath is the famous image of Budapest, but it’s more than just a thermal bath. It’s actually the largest thermal bath complex in Budapest AND in Europe. It has been visited by both locals and tourists from all walks of life.

Not only that, there are over 120 thermal baths in Budapest and it will be hard for you to find a local of Budapest who doesn’t like thermal baths. Literally, spas are everywhere in the city. Not small pools either, massive complexes built around multiple pools featuring water slides, fountains, wave pools and snack bars. Hence the name, City of Spas!