If you’ve ever been in Philippines, you know how crazy their public transport system is. It’s quite bad as none of them are integrated in such a way and jeepneys seems to be their first preference. They have trains, lightrail, jeepneys and taxis. Although trains are available, they are not very well connected, however can
Novi Sad, the third biggest city in Novi Sad is lesser known to visitors and is seldom visited. I decided to head to this city to find out more about what they have to offer. Getting there Heading to Novi Sad is a breeze. I took the local train which runs directly between Belgrade and Novi
Should you bother? Yes, you should! My experience was certainly mixed and by the end of it, I highly recommend taking a trip to Lofoten islands. Landscape is magical and none that I have encountered anywhere else before. I would say its a mix between Swiss mountains and New Zealand scenery so it is very beautiful
This article is a quick guide on public transport to Dajti mountains cable car. Public transport Take Bus #1 – Porcelani (navy blue bus) near the local bus station close to Skanderbeg square. It takes around 20-25 mins to get to the end of the bus line (even during rush hour) and only 40 leke one way. From the end
Okay, lets get one thing right. Tirana is not the most exciting place in the balkans or have a lot to offer travellers who eventually pass through this capital city. But its not the worst place either as some other people have said. Arriving by bus from Podgorica, it appears that both cities probably had
I happen to be in Bratislava recently and I must admit, its a nice city. A small city, but nice. When I started looking into how many days I should give myself to explore, I kept googling ‘how many days in bratislava?’. Funny enough, almost all posts or articles say you only need 1 day.