I made a one week Madeira itinerary before departure, because I wanted to make most of my time while being there. I struggled for weeks deciding which hikes to do and what sights to see, because there are a LOT of options! My self made guide turned out to be perfectly usable during my stay! That’s why I decided to share my self-made one week Madeira itinerary with you all. Because I get a lot of questions about my stay at Madeira and you don’t have to go through the same struggle making decisions!
I’ve spent one day in Bovec during my road trip at the Julian Alps in Slovenia. Bovec is known for its many activities like rafting, ziplining and canyoning, but I wasn’t able to do any of those things due to the bad weather, so I decided to explore waterfalls and hike the Soca trail. I stayed two nights at an apartment in Kal-Koritnica, a tiny town, five minutes driving from the Bovec city center and ten minutes from the Soca trail. It was the ideal location to explore the sights I had planned to see.
Last weekend I decided to go on a day trip to Delft in the Netherlands. A colleague of mine lives there and showed me some pictures of it. It seemed like a cute town. So I asked my new friend who’s going to join me on my trip to Jordan if he wanted to come with me on a day out and off we went!
I spent 4 days in Prague, Czech Republic. Find out here what to visit and experience! Enjoy! Thank you so much for watching! Please
The 5 best hikes of Madeira you must do when visiting the island for the first time! There are hundreds of walks at the
Hiking in Slovenia’s Triglav National Park in the Julian Alps is a must! Slovenia’s nature is so breathtakingly beautiful, it’s a shame not to explore it. Walking through forests along rivers and canyons, guiding you to impressive waterfalls and valleys surrounded by snowcapped mountains; sounds good, doesn’t it? I spent 10 days at the Triglav National Park and even though it rained every day, I still enjoyed all the sights and adventures.
One day in Ljubljana is just enough to explore the city’s main sights. Even though it’s Slovenia’s capital city, it’s rather small and still one of those undiscovered charming towns in Europe, not yet overrun by tourists. As soon as I arrived and walked through the cosy colorful streets, Ljubljana reminded me of Prague with its lovely bridges, colorful façades and tiny streets.
Enjoy the last vlog of my trip to Slovenia. This video shows the last 2 days I spend at Ljubljana. I wandered around the