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    Out of the Beaten Path Hiking in Bulgaria

    Don’t get me wrong. I’m not a mountain junkie, hiking guru or adventure travel blogger. I’m a simple woman who likes culture travel and indulge in concerts, fashion, and other similar activities. But I went on an off-the-beaten-path hiking in Bulgaria, and I loved it!

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    8 Reasons Why Visit COSTA RICA This Year

    In a search for new destinations, destinations that are both well touristy developed and having a strong policy in terms of responsible travel, I discovered a place that, although well known to many, is far from the point to be overcrowded and stressful.

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    Luxury Travel Bulgaria: Velingrad and Its 5 Star Villa

    Bulgaria may be popular as the most affordable destination within the borders of the European Union, but luxury travel in Bulgaria exists and it is packed in an original and somewhat unique ‘packaging’…

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    Be Adventurous Cook and Try This Persian Recipe at Home

    Shaffron, dried lime, cinnamon and various herbs and nuts – this is what makes the Persian (or in modern days – Iranian) cuisine such a miracle of the senses.

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    13 Books for Women Who Want to Travel Solo

    Traveling solo can be quite scary and challenging for a woman who never done it before. That’s why I suggest you read some of these books. You will see what other women have done and most importantly how they’ve done it. You will gain some confidence, will be entertained by the travel stories, and will learn some invaluable tips from the world’s expert on the matter…

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    Visiting IRAN as a Woman – Practical Tips & Inspiring Photos

    Are you dreaming of but wondering if it is safe visiting Iran as a woman? To be honest, before working on this guest article, I had the notion that Iran is one of the countries where I don’t want to go because it is ‘sounds and looks’ unsafe, especially for a woman…

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    Go for a Girls Getaway to the Spa Capital of the Balkans – Velingrad

    In the middle of Bulgaria, located in the Chepino Valley, part of the mythical Rhodope Mountains, lays the spa capital of the Balkan region. The name of Velingrad is well known among people who look for a cure and relax but we discovered that there is so much more than the 80 mineral water springs and beautiful nature around Velingrad…

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    Why Visit Bandung City in Indonesia

    I have never been to Indonesia but there is one place that I found recently online that makes me feel like I should plan a trip to this Asian country as soon as possible. This is Bandung Indonesia. While I was reading about Bandung, it occurred to me that there are so many interesting destinations that we don’t know about, especially in Asia, a continent that became a very popular destination in the past years but still has secrets to tell us…

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    Turin Italy – When To Go and What To See

    Turin Italy is one of my favorite cities in Italy. While everyone is speaking about south of Italy, the Amalfi coast and Portofino, I will tell you that you are missing a lot by not traveling to the northwest part of the country – the Piedmont region…

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    How to Visit the Dancing Bears Park in Bulgaria

    Why visit the Dancing Bears Park, I hear you saying?

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    Backpacking Norway Alone: Top 10 Tips For Women

    Backpacking Norway alone as a woman is the best way to explore the country for several reasons. Probably the most important reason is that Norway is one of the safest countries for solo travel in the world. The second is its unique, one-of-a-kind nature that offers magnificent vistas and clean environment.

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    7 Ideas about Things to Do in Stockholm

    There is an endless number of things you can do in Stockholm. And as often happens, time is not enough for all. 
    I collaborated with some of the travel bloggers I met at the TBEX conference in Stockholm to put together ideas about unusual ways to discover the Swedish capital.

  • COUNTRYSIDE TRAVEL: THIS IS THE OLDEST TOWN IN SWEDEN

    Countryside travel is one of my favorite ways of exploring the countries I visit. I guess it is the same for you. My trip to Sigtuna was short and amorous. I felt instantly in love with the water view, the colorful street filled with tiny shops, and most of all – the feel of an old and somewhat mysterious place.

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    Fjord Hotel Norway: The Magic of Fjaerland Fjordstue

    I left Bergen with a feel of sweet anticipation. After hiking Preikestolen and visiting Bergen and its surroundings, my next stop would be one of the highlights of this two weeks solo trip around Norway. To stay in a fjord hotel in Norway, in a place which is as much as possible remote, was one of my dreams…

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    Norway Packing List for Solo Female Travellers

    I know one of the most difficult parts of the travel is to pack properly – to minimize your luggage volume and weight while not compromising the comfort and your needs. This packing list solo travel Norway post contains exactly what I had with me for the two weeks travel in the Scandinavian country…

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    9 Best Ways To Make Friends When Traveling Solo

    There’s a certain misconception about solo traveling that forces people to believe that once you hit the road solo, you’ll be doomed to spend the rest of your trip “forever alone”. This is simply not true. In fact, when you travel alone, you’re more inclined to meet new people since you’re not glued to your travel partner and are free to make spontaneous acquaintances. But how exactly do you make those?

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    Fjaerland, Norway – The Most Magical Place in Pictures

    To reach Fjaerland isn’t easy. The journey might take all day and requires a use of several modes of transport. But when, at the end of this long day, you finally arrive in the small village modestly occupying several hills in the valley of the largest glacier in Europe, your heart will stop beating. And you will ask yourself: “How can this place really exist?”

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    Travel in Couple: How to Deal with the Challenges

    Did you ever thought about travel in couple for a long period of time? Do you think that this can be challenging for both your personalities and the welfare of your couple?