Belgrade, Serbia

Serbia’s capital and its largest city at the same time successfully achieved to recover in a really small time after the various and tough disasters of the Second World War. Spread along the River of Sava, the reborn city of Belgrade offers an outstanding nightlife, proven to be one of the most intense and alive in all Balkans! The magical sceneries of the river and the diversity of all the vibrant places will definitely convince you to visit this city once in a while. Get out of the ordinary and explore the city on foot! There are a lot of attractions to discover behind the hustle and bustle of the busy roads; sights, fortresses, museums, green parks and many interesting churches.
Check out the ‘musts’ and indisputably plan your trip to Belgrade! 😉

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✌ Must-Visit: Belgrade Fortress, Kalemegdan Park, Nikola Tesla Museum, Salon of the Museum of Contemporary Art

✌ Must-Dine: Sakura, Casa Nova, Toro Latin Gastrobar, and of course,

✌ Must-Party at: Club 94, Club Lasta, Shake ’n’ Shake, Dragstor Play Club

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Traditional Serbian Bread Sticks


Karlja Milana Street

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Wandering around the Old City


Rosé hour @Azbuka Jazz Club


Belgrade from above


River view from Shake ‘n’ Shake


SAKURA (Asian Cuisine)


Maceo Plex @EXIT! Festival in Novi Sad

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Located on the French Riviera and best known for its crazy beach parties, St. Tropez is still ranked as one of the top visited jet-setter destinations.

There’s a glamour in this charming little old town. A class that’s still there, that still remains ever since the early ’60s. Its picturesque pastel-colored houses and its narrow cobbled lanes will definitely make you fall in love.❤️ This place has a unique atmosphere which is indeed filled with good vibes. The beach clubs will leave you speechless and the nightlife plus the restaurants are absolutely going to amaze you!


Highlights: The Saturday evening parties at Nikki Beach, the sunset views from the port with pink cotton skies & some glasses of rosé wine at Café de Paris, the walks around the area of Place des Lices, Rue Gambetta and Rue Allard – a.k.a. “The Golden Triangle” (local markets and chic shopping streets), the dinner events at L’Opéra club-restaurant and the midnight dance parties at VIP Room!

Must Visit: Café Sénéquier, Café de Paris, Le Club 55, Nikki Beach, L’Opéra, VIP Room.

Welcome to St-Tropez..!!!




Port de Saint-Tropez


Dior des Lices


Party time @Nikki Beach


Nikki Beach


Plage de Pampelonne


The Old Port


Pink skies

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Mykonos Island

No matter how many times you’ve been to this island, you’ll always admire the real “sight” in front of your eyes. One of the most cosmopolitan islands in Greece and best-known for its serious nightlife affair with lots of drinks and loud music till the sunrise. Mykonos— a Gem of an island. The island will definitely keep you busy through the day after topping up your tan at its beautiful beaches and tasting its international cuisine. You’ll never want to miss enjoying the romantic and never-ending sunset along with your favourite summerish cocktails. 🍸

By far ranked as one of my top-loved Greek Islands due to the fact that it offers the ultimate combination of relaxation and party life at the same time! ‘Cause we like to party…!



Buddha-Bar @Santa Marina


The view @Ornos


Panormos Beach


Rakkan Beach/Bar/Restaurant




White noise


Mykonos Town


Ftelia Beach


Mykonos Bay


Enjoying the sunset at the party @Alemàgou


Santa Marina Hotel

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Skopelos Island

Skopelos island. A real oasis of relaxation. With crystal clear deep blue waters, the island itself is characterized as a natural painting. The numerous verdant green hills down to the sea level, the sharp rocks and the pebble beaches all come together to create a canvas of the indescribable Aegean beauty. Marvellous picturesque landscapes, charming little white-washed houses, peace– and quiet. Couldn’t get any better. A wisely chosen filming location for the world-famous musical, Mamma Mia! 😉


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Salzburg, Austria

Salzburg: the city of music. The city where music is always in the air!

Listed as a UNESCO World Cultural Heritage Site, the fourth largest city in Austria offers magical sceneries with the backdrop of the Alps that scrape the sky. The churches, the squares, the narrow cobbled lanes…
First thing to notice while wandering around town is the magical atmosphere that’s created by the harmony of the classical music that whisks out of every single corner of the side streets.
This Baroque Old Town is deservedly called the “Rome of the North” due to its dramatic architectural layout.


Getreidegasse (Altstadt)

Must-Visit: Hohensalzburg Fortress, Mirabell Palace and Gardens, the DomQuartier, Mozart’s Residence and the banks of the Salzach River (better on a sunny day).

Must-Dine: Zum Fidelen Affen, a restaurant with an amazing atmosphere, cosy wood-panelled walls and incredibly delicious local food. And beer, of course 😉


Salzburg von oben (view from Hohensalzburg Fortress)


Talking about magical sceneries…


“Love Locks” @Salzach River



@Mirabell Gardens






Street Art by the River


Fairytale-like horse-drawn carriage

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A Weekend in Munich

It’s all about beer, pretzels and wursts! We were lucky enough to visit this lovely city over a sunny weekend and get the chance to wander around Marienplatz, this pretty medieval square in the heart of Munich. There are always new things to discover behind the hustle and bustle of the busy roads…!


It’s said that nearly under every City Hall of Germany it’s possible that you’ll find a hot-spot restaurant that serves traditional bavarian food and of course LOTS of beer! In this case we’re talking about “Ratskeller” which, trust me, is a must!


“Fischbrunnen” in Marienplatz

Talking about beer, don’t forget to have a fresh pretzel with a typical cold 1litre beer-mug in the world’s most famous beer hall, “Hofbräuhaus”. Touristy Bavarian experience: loud german live music & plenty of beer!




Golden Ferrari F430 @Maximilian Strasse

When the sun goes down, the perfect place for a truly satisfying cocktail experience is at Zephyrs bar in Baader Strasse. If you’re into dancing you should definitely go to the famous P1 Club (late at night). The pizza is amazing, too! 😝🍕


Zephyrs Bar


Perfect coffee spot for a sunny day @Overpollinger Rooftop, which offers a stunning view over Marienplatz


The New Town Hall

Science and technology enthusiast? Then be sure to pay a visit to the Deutsches Museum which features an impressive collection of S&T exhibits.


Deutsches Museum

I would also highly recommend a visit to the BMW Museum and BMW Welt –if you’re into cars of course– where you can explore the history of the famed car manufacturer and get a glimpse into its future.

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BMW Museum


HIRMER @Marienplatz


Walking around MP


World clocks


The Hallstatt Dream

When we arrived, I thought it was just an illusion. I’ve been dreaming for so long to visit this small peace of heaven on earth. And finally, I caught my dream to Hallstatt, by sensing the unique atmosphere of the town! Located in Upper Austria, on a narrow stretch of land between mountain and shore.

Maybe one of the most picturesque places I’ve ever been to!! The glassy waters of the Lake make this village look like it’s been taken out of a fairytale. Best known for its surreal views and its small yet magical lake-houses.

Follow me to my Dream Land…!


The “postcard”


The Alpine Lake-view from above


Exploring the Old Town


Uninterrupted views to the Lake




Straight from the Hallsatt Salt Mine


@Maislinger Bakery for a big variety of typical Austrian desserts & coffees


Winter in Kitz

Kitzbühel, a small town near Tyrol which is located in the heart of the Austrian Alps, is considered to be one of the most best-known winter holiday resorts of Austria.

Built on a long ridge of hills, the old town of Kitzbühel offers spectacular sceneries with the highlight of the colourful traditional town houses. As it’s famous for its magical passageways and breathtaking views, I would highly recommend you to take a horse & carriage ride for a more romantic tour around town.

It’s said that “the glamour of the big wide world is reflected in Kitzbühel in a smaller version”. Charming cafés, gourmet restaurants, lively nightlife and exclusive shopping. The outstanding beauty of the Alps will never disappoint you, be sure about it! 😉

P.S. Don’t forget to try some of the Tyrollean traditional dishes such as the Kasspatzln (cheesy gnocchi) and of course the typical Wiener Schnitzel.

The Old Town


Horse-drawn carriage


Old town stories


Clock Tower


Snow path to the top


Colorful n Peaceful


Alpen chic-rustic architecture


Christmas in London

Christmas time is seriously the best time in London; shimmering lights adorning the streets and mulled wine overflowing everywhere you go! Crowded boulevards all day long, festive decorations and magical feelings!

Winter Wonderland is a must-visit paradise and Christmas markets make their best to get you more and more into the Xmas spirit!

Ho! Ho! Ho! ❄️




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Covent Garden


Mews of Mayfair


Winter WONDERland!


Pancake House @Winter Wonderland


Arancina @Notting Hill


Christmasy Lamborghini Gallardo @Mayfair


Best way to end your day… ZOMBIES at Eclipse Bar (Walton Str.)


Beautiful Geneva!

Genève… One of the most beautiful cities to visit. Classy people with really gentle behaviours. Life may be a bit expensive but seriously– you get what you pay. You can just relax at the old town, walk in the rich streets of Geneva for hours and get lost by the lake. The hometown of the world’s most prestigious watchmakers makes the city and the society in general so elegant. Top quality cuisine and beautiful views.

Must-Dine: The Parisian style restaurant in Rue du Mont-Blanc 26, “Café de Paris” by Chez Boubier where you get served an entrecôte of beef, topped with their signature butter sauce and of course some delicious homemade french-fries on the side. When in food, trust me. I know better 😉😝

Must-See: Jet D’eau, a jet of water in the middle of the lake shooting 500 litres of water per second and reaching 140 meters into the sky. (Better by night)

The rich streets of beautiful Geneva

Walking around the Old Town

Lac de Genève

Lac de Genève

Pace du Molard

Place du Molard

Night vision: ON 😍

Night vision: ON 😍

SLS @Rue du Rhône

SLS @Rue du Rhône

Local cheese & wine

Local cheese & wine

Enjoying some wine after a busy day at Hotel President Wilson

Enjoying some wine after a busy day at Hotel President Wilson

Just Art

Art & Art

Aghh Läderach! Hand-made Swiss chocolate

Läderach! Hand-made Swiss chocolate


Patek Philippe

Patek Philippe