Tallinn to St Petersburg: Bus Tour – Part 2Friday, June 17, 2016 Sightseeing and Landmarks by Antonio Bordallo
In the previous post I showed you the cool things I have done in Saint Petersburg until my visit to the Hermitage museum. Today I will show you what happened next (and it was great!).
Maybe you don’t know, but I’m a big football fan. Living in Estonia, where there are no big clubs qualifying for the Champions League, the closest city with such a team is Saint Petersburg, more specifically Zenit St.Petersburg. So that trip was a great chance for me to watch a major football match after a long while.
Tallinn to St Petersburg Bus Tour. Part 1Sunday, June 12, 2016 Sightseeing and Landmarks by Antonio Bordallo
Since I was a kid, Russia (or Soviet Union, at that time) always called my attention by its exotic look – exotic even by European standard.
Decades later I managed to make my dream of visiting the “Mother Russia” come true and there is no better choice to have a great impression of it rather than a trip to Saint Petersburg.
10 unusual places to visit in LondonMonday, May 30, 2016 Sightseeing and Landmarks by William Dorey
With a burgeoning population of around 8.5 million people, London has long-established itself as one of the few major ‘World cities’.
Although there are many with much larger populations, not many of those can compete with London in terms of history and culture.
In this article, we’ll be taking a look at some of the more unusual things to do in London.
5 Best Beaches in PhuketThursday, April 14, 2016 Sightseeing and Landmarks by Kate Rutkovskaya
Thailand is amazing.
If you’re an experienced traveller you’d probably want to go explore most adventurous and famous Thai sides, like diving, kick boxing camps, jungle trips, cooking classes, etc.
And I am so gonna write about all the above in my later blog posts.