After another trip with the night train from Sofia to Varna we finally reached the black sea, our set geographical goal of this journey.
The last city we visited during our OWHC adventure was Prague. The Czech capital seems to be much more smaller than Vienna and Warsaw. Within the city center you can go almost everywhere on foot and the average distance between different districts is reachable during one walk. We knew Prague quiet well from the previous visits but the city has still many sites to offer. This time we have discovered what is hidden in Prague’s parks, we visited the Vietnamese temple and again found many places for young locals. Continue reading “Prague, Czech Republic”
After big city life in Vienna on our way to Czech Republic we took one day break in cosy Linz which was European Capital of Culture in 2009. Local metropoly located on the both sides of Danube river and between hills offers not only beautiful sights but also gives the possibility to visit very modern museums. Continue reading “Linz, Austria”
After visiting Warsaw and Kraków, we moved to Austria and stayed for three days in Vienna. The capital of Austria surprised us with its modernity neighboring with historical world heritage monuments. Full of people wandering on the most famous touristic paths just behind the corner hides places and districts where locals enjoy their leisure time. Continue reading “Vienna, Austria”
After three days spent in underrated by tourist Warsaw we moved to the touristic capital of Poland – Kraków. Also here we were trying to keep our cameras far away from overcrowded attractions. Continue reading “Krakow, Poland”
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”