The once war torn city of Mostar has reinvented itself as one of Bosnia’s top tourist destinations. Many people flock here to visit Stari Most, a rebuilt bridge in the heart of Mostar’s Old Town that was destroyed in 1993 during the Bosnian war. The majority of travellers leave the
The Greek island of Santorini is famed worldwide for its spectacular sunsets. However, finding the perfect spot to capture the sundown isn't as easy as it seems. This is why we've put together a guide to the best sunset points in Santorini, to help you get that instaworthy picture of
Montenegro is one of our favourite European countries and one that we'd dreamed of visiting for so long! We were especially excited to visit Kotor, an extremely underrated town which lives in the shadow of its Croatian neighbour: Dubrovnik. Tourists flock to Dubrovnik every summer in their thousands, often overlooking
Bosnia is a country blessed with cities that ooze history and stunning natural landscapes such as the Kravice Falls. Perhaps the jewel of Bosnia’s landmarks however is Mostar, specifically Stari Most (translated to Old Bridge).
1) Get up early to explore the Old Town of Dubrovnik without the crowds clogging up the narrow alleyways.
The sheer number of tourists in Dubrovnik can be a little overwhelming, especially if you visit between lunchtime and sunset. Our advice is to get to the old town before nine
Mostar was one of those destinations that really surprised us, from our initial first impression of its poor dilapidated bullet hole ridden suburbs, to its picture perfect Old Town presided over by the famous Stari Most and the turquoise river that runs through it. In that respect, it truly was