Belgrade, which means the “White City” is the capital and largest city of Serbia. It is located where the Danube River meets the Sava River and where the Pannonain Plain meets the Balkans. It’s a city where worlds collide, where prehistoric history fuses with medieval times, which again merge with the contemporary age. Evolving from its ruthless past and the collapse of communism, Belgrade is now becoming one of the foremost travel centres in south-eastern Europe. With rich culture, a buzzing nightlife and an easy-going Mediterranean pace, it’s not hard to see why.
Here are 12 fascinating facts about Belgrade.
The European summer is creeping up on us, which surely will put a big smile on your dial. Europe covers around 10,1800,00 square kilometres or roughly 2% of the Earth’s surface. It may be small size while but Europe sure packs a punch, and the world definitely knows about it. However, the apparent amazing weather, beaches, clear waters, party scenes, old towns, scenery, history, culture and cuisine doesn’t really phase us. In fact, why would you even want to visit such a place!?
Here are 7 reasons why you shouldn’t visit Europe this summer. Read more…
Macedonia, officially the Republic of Macedonia is located in the Balkan Peninsular and was previously part of Yugoslavia until they gained independence in 1991. It is a spectacular landlocked country that has an abundance of mountains, lakes, national parks and ancient towns with Ottoman and European architecture. Macedonia has a captivating past and complex national essence, where much of the country has yet to be explored and is a perfect destination for travellers looking to get off the beaten track of the typical European ventures.
Here are 15 facts about Macedonia.
Forget the chocolates. Easter is all about the holidays. Even the Easter Bunny gets around, dropping off eggs! If you haven’t booked or even thought about an Easter escape, there’s some top-notch countries waiting to be discovered. And better yet? You still have plenty of time to get on board! Feeling like a bit of heat? Egypt has you covered there. Or what about a country that feels like a winter wonderland? Russia has you sorted. What ever country you’re keen to venture to, Easter is an ideal time to explore all the culture and natural marvels on offer.
Here are eight exhilarating Easter escapes.
2018 is your year! It is your year to travel. It’s true: The more you travel, the more you grasp the reality and facts that there’s so much of the world still to discover. As quoted by Michael Palin; “Once the travel bug bites there is no known antidote, and I know that I shall be happily infected until the end of my life”. This so true, right? 2018 is a new year with new travel ideas, itineraries and inspirations. The world offers the most weird and wonderful places just waiting to be explored by you. We’ve ruffled together a list of some supreme ideas for you for 2018.
Here’s our 2018 travel to-do list:
Put your hands up if you’re heading to Bansko ski resort this winter? Along with having an epic time skiing or snowboarding, you’ll also get the opportunity to feast on Bulgarian food! Win-win situation! Bulgarian cuisine is a demonstrative of the food of Eastern Europe. It shared physiognomies with other Balkans cuisines and due to the geographical factors, such as climatic conditions, Bulgarian cooking traditions are diverse. Prepare to eat until your heart’s content, because Bulgarian food is tasty, fresh and filling!
Here are 8 Foods You Must Try In Bulgaria:
Do you feel like you’ve seen a lot of Europe and want a bit of a change? Well then, who is keen to see a bit of Asia? From Delhi to Chiang Mai Travel Talk have got you covered. If you weren’t already aware, Travel Talk goes to the exciting countries of India, Nepal, Cambodia and Thailand ranging from 5 to 16-day tours. We’re in, are you?
Here’s the low down, and Travel Talk’s 4 tour options for Asia:
Morocco should be on the top of any traveller’s bucket list – not only does this African beauty boast grand history and culture, it has some of the best and most diverse landscapes and scenery, as well as ancient medinas and an array of epic activities. Does camel trekking in the Sahara, a 4×4 jeep safari or sleeping out in a nomad tent in the desert sound like a bit of you? We thought so.
Here are 5 reasons why you should dump your partner and fall in love with Morocco:
The images we think of when we hear the word Egypt are always the dreamy and exhilarating fantasies of Cleopatra, pharaohs, pyramids, tombs, mummies and treasure. The Ancient Wonders of the World are still creations to be admired at. There are the Great Pyramids of Giza, which are observed among the hugest formations ever to be constructed and there’s also the Valley of the Kings, which has underground tombs holding the treasure of the pharaohs. Along with these scenes and its remarkable history and culture, this country offers much more. From the invigorating Nile, to hot air ballooning over Luxor, to the energetic adventure playground of the Red Sea coral reef and the superb rock formations of Mt. Sinai; you will be enchanted with every step and in every direction.
Here are 14 Epic Photos of Egypt:
Warning: Do not travel to Turkey on a diet! If you’re trying to cut carbs or get a beach bod in Turkey, you might want to forget it. Maybe you have the willpower to say no but for most; mouth-watering Turkish cuisine is hard to pass up on. Turkish cuisine is chiefly the continuance of Ottoman cuisine, which in turn used numerous elements and influences from other parts of the world such as Central Asia, Balkan and Caucasian cuisines. Not only are there mountains of Turkish delight and juicy kebabs but there’s so many other delicacies you must try!
Here are the top 11 foods to eat in Turkey: