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Did anyone say ski or snowboard? If so, then you might’ve also mentioned Borovets in the same sentence. Bulgaria has some of the nicest slopes in Eastern Europe one could hope for. Long slopes, affordable hotels and exciting scenery are what you should expect in Borovets. Read below more about why your next ski holiday …

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Cricova national wine collection

Cricova Winery: The Kingdom of Wine of Moldova

During our trip to Chisinau and the north part of the Republic of Moldova, we had an opportunity to visit a winery. Our Moldovan friends insisted that this is a must-do when in Moldova, so we listened to their recommendation. Considering Moldova’s long standing tradition in producing wine, there are a few estates that have …

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Ah yes, skiing. I once remember one of my former managers saying: “If there is a hospital at the finish line then this is a sport I don’t wanna’ do.” And he probably was right however, a large proportion of us would still go skiing year after year. And as many of us are always …

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Brasov Christmas Market

Why should your next Christmas Market visit be in Romania?

As we dash off into the Festive Season and pour another glass of port or sherry and snack one more chorizo infused cheesy chicken canape, I’m reminded of a few things. Mariah Carey’s “All I want for Christmas” (sorry), hearty family meals and… Christmas Markets. And sure, whilst the Germans were the first to introduce …

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Saint Alexander Nevsky Patriarch’s Cathedral


Going through past memories, Sofia, the capital of Bulgaria is one destination you remember with pleasure. Walking down the narrow but intriguing streets or enjoying a coffee on Vitosha boulevard are just some of the things travellers will be reminded with pleasure. Conquered by the Romans in 29 BC from the celts, Serdica as it …

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