History & Culture
21 May 2019 / 6 minutes to read
Crete: how to walk the Samaria Gorge, the longest gorge in Europe
Going down the long, long stairs, you will get into a long, long valley. Passing the long, long valley, you will walk out to the turquoise blue sea. But before you see the turquoise blue sea, you will have to pass a long, long road and, if you're lucky, you will meet the goats standing upright and stripping green branches of trees.
10 May 2019 / 4 minutes to read
24 hours in the Cinque Terre: what to see and how to get to the National Park of Italy
The Cinque Terre National Park (or “Park of Man” because of its man-made terraces) is one of the smallest national parks in Italy, which consists of five picturesque villages (Riomaggiore, Manarola, Corniglia, Vernazza, Monterosso al Mare) stunning nature and sea views. The park has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1997, along with the city of Portovenere and the islands of Palmaria, Tino and Tinetto.
22 April 2019 / 4 minutes to read
To Budapest on your own: how to get there, places to see and what to try in the capital of Hungary
In 2019, Budapest became the winner in the nomination “The Best Destination in Europe” according to the European Best Destinations (EBD). The “Pearl of the Danube” is not only the best European destination, but also one of the most beautiful and safe cities in the world, so Travellizy Team is already in a hurry to send you to Budapest.
5 April 2019 / 4 minutes to read
Tulip Festival: the symbol of Istanbul comes alive in April
What picture in your imagination raises an ancient Istanbul? Hagia Sophia (Ayasofya)? Galata Tower? Beautiful Bosphorus? Absolutely. But the “capital of the capitals” may also be associated with tulips. After all, this flower is the symbol of the city.
17 December 2018 / 4 minutes to read
Fairy Harbin: grand festival of ice sculptures
When we were kids, we used to build different figures of snow and ice, walking in the winter outside. The snow did not want to take shape, crumbled, and the ice stuck to the gloves. But those attempts had their romance. We grew up and forgot the childhood attempts to build the Snow Queen's residence. But there are still people who remember the snowy fun, and turn blocks of ice into sculptures and even entire cities. Wouldn't that be something really fantastic? Just believe it, live ice castles look amazing!
20 November 2018 / 6 minutes to read
48 Hours in Tbilisi: What is Worth Seeing and Attending, and how much it Costs
To get deep in Georgia for two days means getting an experience, though short still even more impressive! On my way home, while sitting in the plane, I began to think "seconds" and plan my future visit to this wonderful country.
5 November 2018 / read about a minute
After my first night rest here in Amsterdam, I wanted to explore a big part of the city in one go. I arrived late last night at the Airport Schiphol, but when I arrived in the arrival halls I saw they had trains to Amsterdam. It only took 12 minutes to get from the Airport to Amsterdam Central Station and from there I was at the hotel in only 10 minutes. So thanks to the short trip to my hotel, I was well rested for today. They told me at the hotel it was going to be a typical Dutch day, meaning that, you don’t know what you will get and it’s going to be very random. One hour it can be sunny, one hour cloudy and the next you can be hiding for the rain, even though the weather forecast said it was going to be sunny. They also told at the hotel to start my day at the highest floor of the library, because it is one of the highest buildings in the Center of Amsterdam and I can get a good view of Amsterdam. It was very close to the station, so I went back there. Last night I didn’t notice how beautiful the building looked of the station, but it’s a very typical Dutch building that’s been there for some time now.
1 October 2018 / 5 minutes to read
10 Destinations in Germany Off the Beaten Path
A huge country with a rich history and cultural heritage, and surreal natural landscapes, Germany has more to offer than the classical Berlin, Neuschwanstein, Black Forest or Munich, to quote only a few of the popular travel destinations. Given its regional local administration structure, with every ‘Land’ having its own governing bodies and capital cities, very often people living in a region prefer to spend most of their free time in their immediate vicinity where they are more familiar with the traditions, food habits and even dialect. And sometimes, they have lots of reasons to do so, as there is hardly any small village or town where it is not something interesting to do: from nature walking to cultural destinations or interesting architecture.
30 August 2018 / 7 minutes to read
5 Terrific Reasons to Visit Tarifa
The fine sand sifts between my toes. Eyes closed this time as I summon up the memory of the last time I was here. The salt air breathes pulling deep in through the nose brings the heart home. The utter dryness of the air is remarkable, even though I’m mere metres away from an ocean. The draw of the heat tightens my sun-protected skin. The sheer brightness of the sun penetrates the eyelids which instantly reminds me of how thankful I am for a good choice of sunglasses. I’m back there now, in my mind!
History & Culture
30 August 2018 / 4 minutes to read
Not a Town or a Village, Just Goodwood
Nestled in the South Downs of West Sussex is the magnificent Goodwood Estate. This place is not a town or a village itself, yet it brings together a multitude of events known worldwide. The Cathedral city of Chichester on the south coast of England is its nearest recognisable population of significance. If you have not heard of Glorious Goodwood or the Festival of Speed or the Vintage Car Revival 3-day event or the famous historical motor circuit, then you are truly in for a treat.
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