Locations: Gdańsk, Sopot

Poland

Harbour of Gdańsk

The museum of the Second World War

Brunch at this unique, cute little vintage café called Z innej Parfii near the harbour of Gdańsk

Sopot; a seaside town 30 minutes from Gdańsk

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Locations: Copenhagen & Helsingör

Denmark

Christmas Opening Event in Amager Torv, Strøget

Nyhavn

Lagkagehuset

Christmas parade

Christmas Market

Nyhavn

Christmas Market

Illum Rooftop

Axeltorv, Helsingør

Nyhavn

Café Zalt

Nyhavn

Gråbrødretorv

Strøget

Nyhavn

Gråbrødetorv

Helsingør havn

Strøget 

Tivoli

Nyhavn

Tivoli

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The Castle of Monemvasia is one of the most impressive places you can visit in Greece if you ask us. Monemvasia is situated on the eastern coast of Peloponnese in Lakonia which is near Sparti. The Castle is located on an island or a huge sea rock and it is not visible from the mainland. The main idea was to built a community at that rock so that the locals could avoid enemy attacks. The only way to reach Monemvasia was by boat due to an earthquake back in 375 AD. Later they built a short road to connect the Castle entrance with the mainland. And this is how the name Monemvasia came out, meaning single entrance.

A visit inside the Castle of Monemvasia is like a travel machine to the past and the sea view over the Aegean sea is just breathtaking. Inside the Castle you can find cute little shops, cafés, bars, restaurants and boutique hotels. Outside the Castle there is a new modern town with many tourist facilities.

Holidays in Monemvasia can be combined with day trips to Sparti, Gythio, Mystras, Neapolis, Elafonisos island, Mani and other regions of south Peloponnese.

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Amorgós is the most eastern island of the Cyclades and is situated between the islands of Naxos and Astypalaia. The island of Amorgós has a rich cultural heritage and a wild beauty, known as the island of the deep blue.

Chora, the capital of Amorgós is an amazing little village with whitewashed houses, charming squares and a lot of beautiful churches. You can find a big selection of nice and cosy taverns, café and shops. When we visited Chora we had dinner at a cute taverna called “Τραντζιστοράκι” with delicious greek food and after our meal we went to the most well known café in Chora called “Καλλιστώ” which served traditional greek desserts.

Places we visited during our trip in Amorgós were: Aegiali village, Chora, Langada village, Tholaria village, Mouros Beach, Agios Pavlos Beach, Agia Anna Beach, Nikouria island, The Monastery of Hozoviotissa

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