Today I bring you to the beautiful Croatian capital – Zagreb. When we talk about Croatia, we think about the Adriatic coast, Dubrovnik, or Pula, etc. Although as a capital, Zagreb is somehow overlooked by the visitors to this country. It’s true that Zagreb is not any close to the seaside. Still I find it a pity that it has been neglected by the visitors because it actually has a lot to offer, sights, architectures, cafes, restaurants, etc. In my opinion it’s totally comparable to its (sort of)neighbor cities, such as Prague and Budapest.
Today I take you to my favorite area in London city – Brick Lane. It’s a district in East London. It’s among the most vibrant district in London. Because it it is the heart of the city’s Bangladeshi-Sylheti community. Brick Lane is also known as Banglatown. The area is not only famous for its many curry restaurants, but also the vintage markets, galleries, street art and food market. It’s young, cultural, artistic and full of life.
I love Romania, especially Transylvania area. Its forested valleys and Gothic castles are forever embedded in people’s imaginations. During my trip in this land of dark fairy-tales, Sighișoara is definitely my favourite stop. It’s located deep in the middle of Transylvania. It‘s known as the birthplace of Dracula (Vlad Tepes).