Vac Hungary Guide

Vac Hungary
Mummies of Vác Vac Mummies Hungary The exhibit in Vac (Vác), Hungary is the result of a mummy bonanza discovered during a routine restoration of the town’s Dominican church. In 1994 workers discovered a secret crypt that had been bricked up for over 200 years. Inside,...
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Trogir Croatia Guide

Trogir Croatia
Trogir Croatia Trogir is a very charming city situated on a small island about 30 minutes up the coast from the city of Split. It falls under the category of European ‘old cities’ that would be worth visiting even if they would not have world...
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Dubrovnik Croatia Guide

Daksa Island Dubrovnik
Dubrovnik Old Town Dubrovnik Old Town The Old Town of Dubrovnik juts out into the Adriatic Sea and features a rugged limestone mountain as its backdrop. It is considered as one of the finest and best preserved medieval cities in Europe. At one point in...
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Constanta Romania Guide

Mamaia Resort Constanta
Casino Constanta Casino Constanta Romania Once an opulent Art Nouveau hotspot, the Casino Constanta is one of Romania's most beautiful abandoned buildings. Commanding a dramatic location right on the waterfront of the Black Sea overlooking the ancient port at Constanta, the Casino was a triumph...
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Zakopane Poland Guide

Zakopane Poland
Zakopane Poland Most Polish travel itineraries start in Warsaw and end in Krakow. However, venturing two hours further south brings you to one of the most beautiful destinations in Europe – Zakopane, which borders the Tatra National Park. We list the best things to do...
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Bydgoszcz Poland Guide

Bydgoszcz Poland
The Exploseum The Exploseum Bydgoszcz Outside of one of Poland’s largest cities, down an old dirt path in the middle of a forest, are the abandoned remains of one of Nazi Germany’s largest ammunition plants. Today, it’s been turned into an underground museum. In 1876,...
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Plovdiv Bulgaria Guide

Plovdiv Bulgaria
Plovdiv Bulgaria Plovdiv is the second-largest city in Bulgaria and is in the middle of the country. It’s famous for its Roman ruins and historical churches. I found the city a peaceful oasis with wonderful parks and ruins that lacked the large tourist crowds of Sofia,...
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Banja Luka Bosnia Herzegovina Guide

Cathedral of Christ the Saviour Banja Luka
Cathedral of Christ the Saviour Banja Luka Cathedral of Christ the Saviour Banja Luka Probably Banja Luka’s most iconic landmark is its Orthodox cathedral, the Cathedral of Christ the Saviour. It was constructed relatively recently, in 1929, but was modelled on older, more traditional Orthodox...
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