Greece is definitely one of the hottest summer destinations. Every year, million of visitors from all over the world choose this country for their vacations. The picturesque islands, the crystal clear waters and the Greek hospitality are just three of the reasons to visit it. Mykonos, Santorini, Crete and Zakynthos are some islands that a lot of people have in their travel bucket list. But on this post you are not going to read about them. You are going to read about five “alternative” islands.
It was a hot and sunny day and while I was wandering in Athens, I ended up close to the Acropolis once again. There, right at the beginning the paved Dionisiou Areopagitou street and directly opposite to the Acropolis Museum, there is a small road that leads to one of the most picturesque neighborhoods of the city. Built on the slopes of the Sacred Rock of the Acropolis, Anafiotika is a district that looks like a Greek island in the middle of Athens.
One of the many trips abroad that I took in 2015, was in Poland. My final destination there was Zakopane, close to the borders with Slovakia. But today I will talk about the time that i spent in the beautiful city of Krakow and its Old Town, before getting there. It is a quite interesting city with an unique historical center. So, let's take a ride.
Today I have the chance to write about a Greek city that I like very much and everytime I go there it leaves me breathless. I am talking about Nafplio, a very elegant and unique city that you can reach from Athens in less than 2 hours. My last trip there 2 months ago left me with good memories and I think it was high time to show you a different aspect of Greece.
In a country like Malta which lies in the middle of the Mediterranean, the sea has a very special place in locals' hearts. Dozens of villages and beautiful landscapes right next to it, compose some great and unique sceneries. One of them is in Marsaxlokk, the most spectacular seaside village of the island and one of the most remarkable attractions.