After three posts about the beautiful Hungarian city called Sopron, it's time to show you the city center, that is wonderful. It's an old city with a colorful history and thank God the old houses and monuments are still standing. I love old city centers where you can basically see the city's history
This is the third part of my travel blog about Sopron, the beautiful city from Hungary that situates close to the Austrian border. If you've missed the other parts, scroll down to find the links I've listed for you.
Szent Domonkos Rend church, donated by Batthyány Erzsébet to the Dominican order.
Today I'm going to show you the old city center of Sopron, Hungary. Read the first part of my blog here -> Sopron - Part 2 - The City, Part I.
Mária oszlop or Maryás column, featuring Saint Mary. This amazing column was designed by Andreas Altomonte and made by theViennese sculptor Jakob Schle
I'm continuing my post series about Sopron, Hungary. This time I'm going to show you the city. Sopron is a small city but I was very impressed by what it has to offer. It has 62000 inhabitants and a lot old buildings, monuments that you can visit if you are in town.
Many cities have their names dis
While in Sopron (Hungary) in July this year, I came across an open air exposition, a remembrance of old communist times, called #piknik30. It was the exhibition of the Pan-European Picnic to commemorate the historical events happened 30 years ago in Sopron. The goal of the exhibition is to give fir
Today I'm going to post some random photos I took in Budapest, Hungary in July this year.
If you've missed my other posts about Budapest, you can check them out here:
Budapest - Part 1 - Shoes on the Danube Bank
Budapest - Part 2 - West End City Center
Budapest - Part 3 - Parliament, Kossuth Square
Today I'm going to show you a different image of Vienna. Something that you don't find in every city.
If you're roaming around the streets of Vienna, at some point you're going to see these horse carriages taking tourists on a ride around the city.
You can see these fiakers, or fiacres are horse-d
I'm back with the rest of the photos I took at the Hofburg Palace Silver Collection museum. The collection belonged to the Hofburgs once and now it's displayed for tourists to see and a part of it is also used for state official dinners.
If you've missed me previous posts, please scroll down to fin
Hello everyone! Today I'd like to show you some cruise ships that I photographed on the Danube in Bratislava. I must admit, it's not often that I see these ships or any ship as a matter of fact as I don't live near water. That's why I love ports.
Bit first let's have a coffee as many people can't l
Bratislava is not a big city, actually it's one of the smallest capital city in Europe. It has only 430,000 inhabitants.
This means you can find almost everything within a walking distance.
In the old city center there is the Faculty of Theology. It's an interesting building, looks new and simple
This is part 3 of my travel blog of Bratislava. Please scroll down to the bottom to find the links to my other posts about Bratislava.
Last time I've posted about the old city center, where the old town hall is and most of the embassies are situated.
Behind the statue you can see the Japanese fla
I'm back with the rest of my photos I took in Bratislava. If you've missed my posts, please scroll down to find the links to my previous posts.
Bratislava is the capital of Slovakia and having a population of about 430,000, statistically is one of the smaller capitals of Europe.
This beautiful bui