Chernobyl, Ukraine

One of our main reasons for visiting Ukraine was to head to Chernobyl. It’s always been on my radar and so I was determined to try and visit the site whilst we were travelling around Eastern Europe. We visited Chernobyl with a tour group called Chernobyl Tour, who run various tours within the exclusion zone.Continue reading “Chernobyl, Ukraine”

An Ultimate Guide to: Kyiv, Ukraine

Kyiv is a phenomenal city. Through out its history it was been used as a port and was the first Eastern Slavic State. Since World War Two, the city – and country – has worked hard to redevelop and expand it’s economic, cultural and tourist departments.

Top 5 Places to Visit in: Prague, Czech Republic

Prague is an incredible city located on the Vltava River. Whilst it’s been popular with tourists, stag do’s and locals for years, it’s still a grand city which is jam-packed with impressive history and culture. Thinking of heading to Prague? Then here’s my definitive guide on what to do with your time in this beautifulContinue reading “Top 5 Places to Visit in: Prague, Czech Republic”

Auschwitz

We visited Krakow and Auschwitz last summer as part of our European adventure. Find out what we got up to in Krakow here. Auschwitz was one of the most interesting yet harrowing things I’ve ever experienced. And to be honest, words can’t truly describe the experience of visiting this camp. But I wanted to tryContinue reading “Auschwitz”

Krakow, Poland

Krakow was the first stop on our visit to Poland. Our main reason for stopping off in the city was to visit Auschwitz, however we made sure to spend some time exploring the city and getting a true understanding of the city’s history. We stayed in an Airbnb during our time in Krakow, which wasContinue reading “Krakow, Poland”

Bratislava, Slovakia

Bratislava was a bit of pit-stop for us. We spent 36 hours in the city, mainly catching up on sleep, washing, and eating some proper home made food. But we still made sure we explored the city, visited some of it’s main attractions and met some of the incredible locals. One of the highlights ofContinue reading “Bratislava, Slovakia”

Tbilisi, Georgia

Georgia had been on my radar for a while. I didn’t know too much about it’s history, the geography, the culture; and that just made me want to visit even more. I was excited to discover just what this country had to offer and what gems it had in store. And it did not disappoint.Continue reading “Tbilisi, Georgia”

Budapest, Hungary

Budapest was one of the cities I was most looking forward to visiting. I have friends who had been and raved about it, the pictures looked amazing, and I’d heard incredible things. And did it live up to my expectations? Yes it did. Our first day was spent exploring the city and just finding ourContinue reading “Budapest, Hungary”

Belgrade, Serbia

As an incredibly old city, Belgrade has seen its fair share of drama and change over the years. From Attila the Hun, to the Ottoman and Austrian Empires, to being the capital of Yugoslavia. Its been raised to the ground a whopping 44 times. But that hasn’t stopped it coming back each and every timeContinue reading “Belgrade, Serbia”

Sofia, Bulgaria

We had just 24 hours to explore sunny Sofia! After an overnight bus to the Bulgarian capital from Istanbul, we arrived at 7.30am, dropped our bags at the hostel for the day, and went off to explore. Our first stop was the Alexander Nevsky Cathedral. It’s one of the largest Cathedrals in the world, builtContinue reading “Sofia, Bulgaria”