Nuremberg in Germany is such an underrated place. Seriously, the medieval centre was one of the best I had a chance to walk cast my eyes upon. It was just amazing. The afternoon view. 👌🏻 #Nuremberg #Germany #Europe #travel #oldtown #architecture #medieval A post shared by Tomas Dano (@fashionho) on Oct 13, 2017 at 8:46am … More Nuremberg in photos
There exists a little slice of paradise on the Yorkshire coast. Not a paradise as we’d imagine– landscapes bathing in the sunshine, tropical scenes, perhaps, palm trees towering over white sand beaches. But, Whitby, doesn’t need any of that. It’s a paradise in its own sense. A little charming seaside town in the north of … More Whitby in photos
I find it quite hard to find any inspiring architecture or landscapes in the UK. Maybe because I live here so I don’t really see the beauty of the place– when you’re daily confronted with the familiar sights. But now and then I can really appreciate the uniqueness and aesthetics of the place. This time … More West Yorkshire in photos
Wat Pho in Bangkok is one of those temples I could return to again and again. And so I did on my last trip to Bangkok.
There are only handful of towns and cities in England that aren’t ruined by ugly industrial buildings — and Oxford is one of them. Walking through its town centre, you’re greeted with pretty impressive grand looking buildings that are everywhere. It’s like a mini version of Paris — albeit more gothic and dark.
Greece is by far my favourite European destination and the island of Corfu wasn’t disappointing either. Away from the typical tourist resorts, exists an island of unparallel beauty — emerald green mountains, the clearest blue waters you’d ever cast your eyes upon, wild mountain goats, Venetian towns and stray cats… A different kind of beach … More Corfu in 10 beautiful pictures
Koh Poda was one of those places that look like from a travel brochure — no people, natural beaches, dead washed up trees and blue waters.