Europe

5 Specialty Coffee Shops in Porto, Portugal

5 Specialty Coffee Shops in Porto, Portugal

I can’t exactly pin point when did specialty coffee enter my life, but man, am I glad it happened! Gone are the days when I was ordering “a long espresso with milk”, my present looks like a “flat white” now! However, without entering in the […]

A cold weekend in Budapest (and 3 places with delicious coffee and food)

A cold weekend in Budapest (and 3 places with delicious coffee and food)

For some reason, the winter cold feels so much colder in Budapest. I’m not sure whether this is grammatically correct, but I did fear my extremities would fall off while visiting Budapest last November. I didn’t expect the cold to be so piercing, to cut […]

Garden House: A green oasis in Timisoara, Romania (or how to run a successful holiday rental)

Garden House: A green oasis in Timisoara, Romania (or how to run a successful holiday rental)

What’s up everyone? Remember how excited I was to discover and share with you the story of Fragments BCN, meet the team and witness all that goes behind the scenes to save hydraulic tiles in Barcelona and create beautiful new products from them? Well, I […]

One day in colorful Girona

One day in colorful Girona

What’s up everyone? Where to spend a lovely weekend getaway you’re wondering? Wonder no more, I’ve got a cute proposal for you in Catalunya: Girona! Cumulated, we spent just a full day in Girona, as we passed through it on our way to hike the […]

7 awesome places with delicious coffee in Barcelona

7 awesome places with delicious coffee in Barcelona

It’s no secret that coffee in Spain generally sucks. What baffles me is how is this possible in a country whose population drinks coffee like water!? Back in 2014, when I was living and studying in Sevilla, I used to have my daily 3-4 cups […]

Camí de Ronda: hiking along Costa Brava from Palamós to Llafranc

Camí de Ronda: hiking along Costa Brava from Palamós to Llafranc

What’s up everyone? Today’s article could pretty much consist of just one long story short: we met Alba, a lovely girl from Barcelona, she told us about a thing called “Camí de Ronda”, which is a walkable coastal path in Costa Brava (part of the […]

Passion for heritage: meet Fragments Bcn

Passion for heritage: meet Fragments Bcn

What’s up everyone? Today I want to share with you something different from my previous posts and by doing it I am also officially introducing a new subject theme on my blog: architecture & interior design. As you might already now, I also work as […]

48 hours in Valencia for Feria Habitat

48 hours in Valencia for Feria Habitat

What’s up everyone? I just snoozed for about 1 hour and a half into my train ride from Valencia to Barcelona and after waking up dizzy without knowing what time is it and where am I, took out my laptop and decided to try and […]

Discovering Costa Brava: Cadaques

Discovering Costa Brava: Cadaques

Hola! What’s up everyone? This is actually the first blog article I’m writing while in a train – let’s drink to that! I’ve often fancied the idea of getting stuff done and making the most out of the boring hours wasted with transportation but so […]

Discovering Costa Brava: Blanes

Discovering Costa Brava: Blanes

Well, hello, hello! What’s up everyone? Today I’ll take you with me on a visual journey to the “Gateway of Costa Brava“, also known as the town of Blanes. Ready to go? Let’s do this! You already know from one of my previous articles that […]

A land of fairytales: Festa Major de Gracia

A land of fairytales: Festa Major de Gracia

What’s up everyone? I’m trying to wrap my head around the amazing festival that just took place last week in Barcelona: Festa Major de Gracia. All the Catalan people I met told me about this festival with a lot of pride and insisted I should […]

Discovering Costa Brava: Tossa de Mar

Discovering Costa Brava: Tossa de Mar

Hey, everyone! What have you been up to lately? While I’m here living in Barcelona I made it a quest to discover as much from famous Costa Brava as possible – which turned out to be quite a challenge if you don’t have a car […]