On Monday 10th of September we started our two weeks journey within OWHC Scholarship. During this trip we will discover Young and Modern Life in World Heritage Central European Cities. We began it in Warsaw – filled with history, being an example of the transition from tradition to modernity. Most of the city was destroyed during the Second World War and – after being reconstructed – it’s constantly changing. Continue reading “Warsaw, Poland”
Salzburg: Start and end point of my OWHC Young Travelling trip “from the Alps to the Balkans”, city of Mozart and my chosen hometown. Continue reading “Salzburg, Austria”
Macedonia, Makedonija, the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, Republic of Macedonia and in the future maybe Republic of North Macedonia. Why is this successor state of the former Yugoslavia which is independent since 1991 called so many different names?
Continue reading “Ohrid, Macedonia”
After experiencing different parts of Albania for one week I have to say: This is the most underrated travel destination in Europe, in my opinion. The country has so much to offer: sand beaches and pebble beaches at the Adriatic Sea in the north and the Ionian Sea in the south, little villages as well as vibrant cities and mountains which can easily compete with the Alps.
Continue reading “Berat, Albania”
I am a catlady. I love all animals living on this earth, but cats have always been ensuring my inner peace. That’s the reason why cat food is part of my everyday basic equipment when I am travelling in countries with many stray cats (and dogs). Every cat, and I mean really every single one, that comes across my way gets my attention and some gentle caresses if it wants. So, I was really excited to see the beautiful city of Kotor (in Italian: CATtaro) and its “inhabitants” 😉
Continue reading “Kotor, Montenegro”
Stunning landscapes, huge areas of untouched forests, 21 kilometres of coastline with sandy beaches and lots of beautiful places to explore – that’s what I found Bosnia and Herzegovina to be.
Continue reading “Mostar, Bosnia and Herzegovina”