If you are planning your trip to Istanbul, you are probably wondering where to stay. In a city with over 15 million people, the choice is large. But is it really? As a tourist, you will want to stay close to the attractions and public transportation. Here is where to stay in Istanbul.
Barcelona is full of beautiful restaurants, terraces, concept stores, and rooftops. It also has an amazing offer for Brunch Lovers! Eggs Benedict on a waffle with crispy chicken? An Acai bowl? Salmon salad with a zataar and yogurt sauce? Yes, please! Here is my selection of the best brunch places in Barcelona.
When I hear “Spain,” I think “Tapas” and “Cava” and “Vermut” 😉 Barcelona is a pretty touristy city, that’s why it’s always nice to have a few local addresses, to taste the authentic, Catalan cuisine. It’s fatty, oily, fried and delicious. Here are some great spots to have Tapas in Barcelona.
Barcelona is the ultimate summer destination. It’s beautiful, it’s warm, and the party scene is great! When you visit Barcelona, you probably want to spend some time on the beach, visit one or two of Gaudies’ houses and go drinking. There is definitely more to Barcelona than that, but let’s start with the booze.
Konya is definitely worth a visit on your way to or from Cappadocia. It’ a very calm place, but I was also surprised by how modern it was. Electric tramways, big avenues, lots of parks, new buildings. All of this surrounding the beautiful, old town filled with history and tradition.
Fethiye is a popular coastal destination in Turkey. The old town has a lot of small passages, shaded cafes, shops. It’s around the city that it is happening! and here is what to do in Fethiye.
Pamukkale site is located near the Denizli city in Turkey. The “village” called Pamukkale is actually constituted of hotels and restaurants catering primatly to tourists visiting the travestines. Here’s all you need to know for a successful visit to Pamukkale.
The city was once considered the most important Greek city and the most important trading center in the Mediterranean region. It was built in the 10th century BC. The famous Library of Celsus (at least the facade) is still standing and attracts a lot of tourists every year. Ephesus was also home to one of the seven wonders of the Ancient World – the Temple of Artemis.
It is hip, beautiful and full of attractions. It looks like the Cyclades, the famous Greek islands. The cobblestone streets are shaded with a huge amount of flowers. The narrow streets are filled with charming cafes and restaurants.
If you are coming here for holidays and the wind is strong (which it was when I was there), you can try some amazing water sports for close to nothing. Bulgaria is probably the cheapest European destination, with Hotel rooms starting at 20 euros, dishes in restaurants at around 3-4 euros, and very affordable kite lessons.