I feel like the image that the world is giving us right now is of a lost and forgotten Atlantis world. I’ve started remembering places I’ve been to and I’ve started seeing them like old gem stones hidden under the dust, places you can only uncover now in your memories. Beautiful landscapes, all covered in […]Read More My Madrid experience before Quarantine
I hate staying at home. I’m that type of guy who loves going places, staying out and meeting with friends. Definitely I’m not very happy about this new reality of staying at home but I try to get used to it and make it profitable. In this article I prepared for you some things that […]Read More Top 10 Things to Do at Home during Coronavirus
Recently I’ve read a book that helped me see rejection through a new and fresh perspective. This book is called ‘Rejection Proof’ by Jia Jiang and for me it was one of those books that once you begin reading the first page, you cannot stop till you finish reading the entire book. I don’t always […]Read More Overcoming your own limits – Rejection proof
As I lived 12 years in Rome, and as I explored almost every corner of this amazing city, I can and I am able to provide the best and quickest itinerary to visit Rome in 1 day. Whether you’re staying for 1, 2 or 3 days in Rome, this itinerary that I’m presenting to you […]Read More Best Quick Itinerary to Visit Rome in 1 Day – Top Attractions
Bucharest has a lot of restaurants and coffee shops. Romanians love to take lunch and dinner outdoors and they love to spend time with friends in locals. The center of Bucharest, called the Old Town, is the place with the most numerous restaurants of the city. Personally, I don’t love very much Romanian food. As […]Read More Caru’ cu Bere Restaurant in Bucharest – Where to eat in Bucharest?
Up until now I had a lot of seasons where I felt the need of stepping out of my comfort boat very urgently. I’ve never liked being in the same place with the same things and doing always the same things all over again. I’ve always felt the need of experiencing new and exciting things, […]Read More Out of my comfort zone – I’ve learnt to love taking risks
1st of March was a truly special day. In Romania almost everyone believes that Spring comes on the 1st of March. I know that actually Spring arrives officially around the 20th of March because of the equinox of Spring, but in Romania people love to think in a more traditional-popular way. 1st of March is […]Read More Teahouses in Bucharest – Review of Infinitea Teahouse
It depends on the number of days that you are sojourning in Bucharest. My first suggestion is to book a room at the hotel with a minimum of 1 month, this way you’ll spend less on the hotel room. If you are planning to stay 3 nights, then you should consider the cost of public […]Read More How much money do I need in Bucharest as a tourist?
Absolutely and it works quite good. The metro of Bucharest is not very old. Most of it was built in the 1980s under the Ceausescu regime.Unfortunately, the metro doesn’t have any stops at the International Henri Coanda Airport, but it has stops at the most important places in Bucharest. Personally, I use the metro for […]Read More Does Bucharest have metro/subway?
This guide is perfect for those who stay in Bucharest for more than 5 days. Here are the following top 20 attractions of Bucharest: The first stop is the center of Bucharest. There you’ll find the most iconic building in Romania: the huge Palace of Parliament. You can visit it both outdoors and indoors. After […]Read More Bucharest Attractions – 20 Bucket list Ideas