Malta. More than I could ever tell

The experience in Malta was a complete one.  I can't wait to share everything with you.  This trip was so great because we were there to shoot a commercial for Visit Malta.  You can imagine we had some of the best experiences on the island and the best part is that you too can have the same amazing experiences if you read this article. Malta is an island full of history, a place that surprises you every step of the way and gives you a sense of euphoria, crystal clear water, the sun and all the positive vibe that surrounds you! We were there in December, although we had a week to explore, we still had to discover many places.  We enjoyed temperatures of 15-18 degrees and sun, but we also had wind and clouds, but that did not matter. I definitely want to get back to Malta in the warmer season to enjoy the beach and scuba diving (after Thailand, I understand that Malta is one of the best places for that).  But beware, in the summer months it is very hot. December in Malta.  I was surprised to see how many tourists were at that time, the streets were full of people thirsty to discover the surroundings.  I thought that Malta's strengths are beaches and water, but I was pleasantly surprised to find out how much to do outside of the hot season.  Malta can offer you so much, from golden sandy beaches, history, Cirque du Soleil shows or all kinds...

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Athens. The place where I felt like a Goddess

Athens.  The place where I felt like a goddess. I warn you that it is an article with many photos!  There were so many wonderful things to see and remember there that I couldn't stop taking pictures.   Greece is always a good idea!  That was proven to me again.  I went to Athens at the end of February;  This city has a very positive vibe, the people are relaxed, the Greeks takes care to make your stay as pleasant as possible.  I would never get bored of walking on their streets, admiring the greenery and trees full of oranges, looking at the Acropolis or the blue sea, eating olives.   We stayed for 3 nights in Athens,  in the Monastiraki neighborhood, at the Athens Luxury Mansion, a very nice Boutique hotel with a story rooftop, where we served breakfast.  What a great place to start your day!  Staying there meant being close to everything we wanted to see, we were, basically, 7 minutes away from Monastiraki Square (where there was a subway station), 10 minutes to Acropolis and so on.  We are right in the historical center.   We came by plane, from the airport I took the subway to the Hotel.  The price of a subway ticket from airport to center is 10 euros and the journey time was 40 minutes. As I said earlier, Athens offers you a very special energy, a good contagious disposition, in a cool way.  I will tell you what I saw, what we ate and why we enjoyed it.   1.First...

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Plitvice Lakes National Park

Hello, dear ones! As I promised you last week, today we have the article and the Vlog about Plitvice National Park! Paradise on earth! It sounds too good to be true, but the good news is that it is very true! Located only 1200 km from Bucharest, a place that must be visited several times in life! A place where I was amazed everywhere. So much beauty gathered together is less common. Here is the vlog about our experience at Plitvice. I hope the pictures convince you to visit this place.     On our way from Dubrovnik home we decided to stop and visit Plitvice National Park.   From Dubrovnik to there I did about 5 hours. The National Park is located halfway between Zagreb and Zadar (so if you have this route in mind, do not avoid making a stop here). We arrived in Plitvice around 15:00, it was raining and we thought we would not be able to visit the park. Fortunately, in a few minutes the weather cleared and we were able to go buy tickets. Where do you park at Plitvice Lakes and how much does it cost? There are two entrances to the park: Entrance 1-Rastovača and Entrance 2-Hladovina. No matter where you choose to park, there is a bus that connects the two entrances. If you choose to enter a route from Entrance 1, (we entered there) and then leave the park at Entrance 2, there is no problem to get to the parking lot where you left your car. Parking was 7kuna / hour....

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Walking through Dubrovnik, Croatia. King’s Landing.

Hello, dear ones.   Here we come back this week with the 2nd part of our trip to Dubrovnik. Even though the weather is not so favorable for travel, we could not give up our long-awaited vacation. More details about the Romania-Split route can be found in the previous article. You have the Vlog about Dubrovnik here, and below I give you some written details. From Split to Dubrovnik are about 3 hours drive, but we were so impressed by the scenery and what we saw that we could not help but stop and admire. We finally arrived in the Magic of Dubrovnik, we stayed at the Hotel Croatia in Cavtat which is 18 km from Dubrovnik. Cavtat is a small and chic resort, we really liked it. The hotel was also superb. It stretched over a fairly large property and offered us rocky beach, harbor beach, park, forest, restaurants with beautiful scenery. We also had a lot to explore around the Hotel. Dubrovnik is simply charming, from Cavtat you could also reach Dubrovnik by boat (150 kuna / person round trip), but we were by car, so we preferred this option. There is no free parking in Dubrovnik, the price for an hour was 40 kuna, even if you parked near the fortress or further. So I advise you to insist on parking next to the fortress. Dubrovnik is beautiful, I was impressed by the scenery, the sea, the atmosphere. One day I made a day boat trip in which I had 3 stops on the islets. The price...

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One day in Split, Croatia./ Vacation during Covid-19.

Holiday in Covid -19 period?   Yes, it's possible! If you get information from official sources you can find places to go without any problems. That's how we came to choose Croatia, more precisely Dubrovnik. On our way to our final destination we made a stop in Split. Below you have a video with images and details about our route and what we managed to see in the stop of one night and one day. And below I give you all the details. We drove to Dubrovnik in Bucharest. At 4:30 in the morning we left for the road, we made about 6 hours to the customs in Nădlac, where we entered Hungary. (We chose to go through Hungary because one of us did not have a passport and we did not risk going to Serbia and Bosnia to return). I stayed at customs for about 20 minutes. We did not have any completed statement, we only had proof of accommodation, but no one asked us for it. I presented the ID and entered Hungary. We transited Hungary in 4 hours, at the customs to Croatia we waited up to 30 minutes and we entered only with the ID and we were asked what the final destination is.   Around 20:00 we arrived in Split. Basically, we traveled 14 hours from Bucharest to Split. The road through Hungary is very good, I paid the vignette 44 lei for 5 days. (this was the minimum). In Croatia we also enjoyed the highway, so the road passed much easier. The highway...

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