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A lazy day in Bruges

I was dreaming about visiting Bruges ever since I first watched ‘In Bruges’, a great dark comedy staring Collin Farrel, Brendan Gleeson and Ralph Finnes. And it finally happened, last weekend I went on a day trip to this cute and charming Belgian town. I was very busy lately with starting my own business, doing a lot of museum guiding and working late most of the days, so I needed  one day for myself. That’s why I took it really slow and was mostly enjoying a beautiful medieval architecture and, of course, Belgian cuisine (and beers). So here is how…

Cultural workshop ‘Amsterdam City Guide’

Follow my blog with Bloglovin Last week I had a great pleasure to deliver presentation ‘Amsterdam City Guide’, in one of the biggest online travel agencies in the world – Booking.com. Presentation was organized in its headquarters in a very center of Amsterdam. Since a lot of employees of this international company are expats living in the beautiful city of Amsterdam, main goal of the workshop was to familiarize them more with the city they are living in. Many researches shows that traveling and getting better knowledge of a new culture helps expats with stress relief, transition, prevention of depression…

City Guide: Paris Top 11

Sometimes I have a feeling that almost everything is said about Paris. You can find loads and loads of online guides, articles and „must see“ lists. I can’t stop wonder is the city of lights, high fashion and chic restaurants story that has been told too many times? Well, it could be the truth. But, let’s be honest, could you really get enough of it? After being there many times, I already found my favourite places. And still, there are so many left to discover in the future. This is why I didn’t want to write here about the main…

City guide: Ghent

Capital of East Flanders, city with stunning cultural heritage with more then a 1000 years of history and a city of science, with around 60,000 students in higher education, Ghent really is one of the most interesting places in Belgium. In contrary to its more famous neighboring city of Brugge, Ghent is full of beautiful medieval buildings, but it’s not a town-museum. Quite the opposite, it has a great night life, thanks to large student community. So, there should be no problem to found a nice bar for enjoying great Belgium beers. Middle Ages History of Ghent starts in the…