The Gomarostalos ridge (Kopsi Gomarostalou), one of the most challenging climbs on mount Olympos, from a technical point of view.
Also called the Serbian Athens (Srpska Atina), Novi Sad is known as the cultural heart of Serbia, the liberal city of music, art and fun.
Exploring the wilderness of what it used to be a hamlet in the Apuseni Mountains: sour cherries, Devil’s Fingers and amazing views.
Montenegro Old pedestrian road to Perazica Do Beach A 3 km hiking trail connects the towns of Petrovac and Razevici, by the seaside in Montenegro. The pathway begins at Petrovac beach, through the forest, an old tunnel and along the sea. The route is suitable by foot or bike, the view over the sea is […]
Romania Transfăgărășean The Transfagarasan, as the name states it, trans [over, across] + Fagaras, is an asphalted mountain road crossing the Fagaras Mountains (southern section of the Carpathian Mountains of Romania). Stretching from Bascov (Arges county) to Cartisoara (Sibiu County), the 91 km road climbs to an altitude of 2042 m. It passes throught 5 […]
Croatia Biokovo Nature Park When we planned our trip to Croatia we pinned the park on our itinerary for two reasons: the amazing view from the top of the mountain and the experience of driving the high narrow road to the get to the peak. Biokovo is the second highest mountain range in Croatia, part […]
Bosnia and Herzegovina Mostar We were returning from Croatia and we had a long road ahead (to Belgrade), so Mostar was the best choice to stretch our legs and grab something to eat. We are not big fans of crowded cities but we decided to take a few hours to visit it. Mostar is the […]
Bosnia and Herzegovina Neretva Canyon When we decied to travel home from Croatia through Bosnia and Herzegovina, we were a little worried. We have become accustomed with the poor condition of the roads in Eastern Europe. We had a pleasent surpise when we saw that the one-lane roads are in really good shape. It was […]
Romania Inelet hamlet Part of the Domogled Natural Park, Cerna Valley is known for the isolated hamlets, almost entirely disconnected from civilization: Scarisoara, Cracu Mare, Prisăcina, Dobraia, Inelet and more. There are few people still living in the hamlets, around 80 households with no electricity, access roads and markets. Some have improvised hydro-power. To reach […]
Romania Domogled Natural Park Domogled Cerna-Valley is a protected area located in the Southern Carpathians. It covers more than 60.000 ha, making it the biggest nature reserve of Romania. The best way to trully see the beauties of the park is by taking the road from Cerna Sat to Campu lui Neag – Petrosani. The […]