Posts Written ByTea Gudek Šnajdar

The Ultimate Travel Guide: Amsterdam

After living in Amsterdam for the last three years I’ve get to know the city quite well. I’ve already found my favourite places, have been in the most of museums and found some secret spots, as well. So, I’ve finally decided it’s time to write something about one of my favourite cities. And here it is – everything you need to know in this Ultimate Travel Guide of Amsterdam with the best city has to offer. The Ultimate Travel Guide: Amsterdam Founded in the 12th century as a small village by the herring fisherman, Amsterdam experienced its Golden Age during the…

Monthly overview: February 2017

After a lot of traveling during the January, last month was very calm. I’ve spent it mostly in Amsterdam and was very busy with working on the new art tours and the blog! 2017 – A Year of Mondrian and De Stijl 2017 is pronounced to be a year dedicated to one of the most famous Dutch modern art movements – De Stijl. It will be celebrated in many places around the Netherlands, so it will be a great opportunity to see some of the most famous works of Mondrian and other artists. Stedelijk Museum is hosting the exhibition ‘100 years of…

What to see in Vatican City?

Vatican City is a home to some of the most amazing art pieces in the world! And there are so many of them it’s impossible to see everything in a day. That’s why a good planning is crucial! I’ve created here a short guide that should help you in planning your visit to Vatican! How to get there? During my recent trip to Rome, we decided to spent one whole day in the Vatican City. It’s located right in the heart of the Rome, so you can easily access it on foot or by using RED metro line and exit…

My travel diary: Four days in Rome

Last month I’ve spent four days in Rome. The city was busy, loud, filled with cars but also calm, monumental and beautiful at the same time. And it was a very special occasion we went there for – Marijan and I were celebrating our fifth wedding anniversary. And, on a top of that, we went there without our little boy. So, it was like back in the old days and we just wanted to relax, take it easy and enjoy Italian cuisine. Four days in Rome # – Day one There was a huge storm in Amsterdam a night before we…