We’ve been to some places, seen some things. Wouldn’t you like to know?
Giada Pappalardo is an Italian blogger, who visited Krakow for a few days back in February. We took the opportunity and recommended the best places to show Krakow’s variety of cultures and vibes. We talked to Giada and asked her about the trip – what did she see, what did she love and what surprised her. Read on to see her impression of Krakow.
Another year, another edition of ITB Berlin. This year, 45 Bidroom employees hopped on the Bidroom bus and took a trip to Berlin to attend the biggest European Travel Trade Show. What is ITB Berlin Let’s start with the basics. ITB Berlin is a World Leading Travel Trade show that connects people and organizations from the entire travel industry all around the world. The show takes place each year in March in the capital of Germany – Berlin. Let me provide you with some numbers so that you can understand the magnificence of the show. Here are some statistics from this year’s edition of ITB Berlin: There were close to 10 000 Exhibitors – the people representing companies from all around the world that had their own stands available for everyone to visit; Over 10 000 Trade visitors attended ITB Berlin to share and widen their expertise in the travel industry; Almost 190 countries were represented during the show; More than 160 000 visitors came to see the magnificence of the show during these few …
Italian version below. Versione Italiana di Seguito. When you think about Italy, it’s probably food and architecture that immediately come to mind. Since we have already covered magnificent Italian architecture in our previous articles, I want to focus more on the second aspect. Italian food, also mentioned before, is something the country is internationally famous for. But what’s there besides pizza, pasta, and gelato? Many delicacies!
October is nearly over and that means that even the lucky ones start to really feel the upcoming cold months. Some of us react really bad to the smaller amount of sunlight, longer nights and very low temperature. What to do to deal with it? Read on!
We already told you about the gems of London and Edinburgh. Now, it is time to dive into the less touristic city of Dublin. What is there to see? Where can you get a pint? If you want to know the answer to these questions, read on.
Summer is slowly saying goodbye, the leaves change colors and the temperature starts to go down. Before you get sad, remember that this means the time for autumn travels is here! What is that? Where should you go? Keep reading and I will answer those questions.
When you think of the Czech Republic, the first thing that comes to mind is probably Prague. No surprise, as it’s one of the most popular cities in Europe. However, you might be tired of the crowds and wish to just see a beautiful place. That’s why I prepared a short list of spots not so popular amongst the tourists, but just as magnificent.
Although I am Polish, born and raised, there is one city that holds a special place in my heart. Granada, in the south of Spain, has been my home for nearly a year. During that time it made me fall in love with it. Its beautiful streets, the Arabic influences, fantastic tapas and flamenco street artists make it a one-of-a-kind city. Today, I will introduce you to it and tell you why you should make it your next destination.
Polish Seaside has always been a popular summer destination for Poles. Many tourists know places like the Tri-City. However, they are often not aware of the many hidden gems scattered around the Baltic Sea’s shore. Today I will focus on all the smaller, yet charming cities in this region of the country.