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Taking Time With Nikola Tesla – Visit To The Tesla Museum & Belgrade’s First Themed Hotel

Whether you’re familiar with him or not, Nikola Tesla is a name you are likely to hear as soon as you arrive in Belgrade. The capital’s international airport is named […]

On Champagne, Hating Travel, and One of Europe’s Best Train Rides from Bar to Belgrade

The train ride between Bar, Montenegro and Belgrade, Serbia is famous. It’s known to be one of the best routes in Europe and arguably the most scenic east of Switzerland. […]

Belgrade, Budapest & Bucharest: Three Bs in Eastern Europe You Need to Visit

A couple months ago my friend Rob put up on his blog a very informative public service announcement on where to travel in Europe for Summer 2012. Much to my […]

Traveling between Belgrade and Sarajevo

If you read my post yesterday then you already know that I think Sarajevo is one of the coolest cities ever and that you shouldn’t miss it the next time […]

This One Time, in Belgrade…

There was this dude DJing… He wasn’t that great but the crowd was going crazy so I thought I’d walk to the front of the stage to get a better […]

A Day Trip to Fruška Gora & Novi Sad, Serbia

As the largest capital city in the Western Balkans, one is not at a loss for things to do while in Belgrade; however, if time permits, there are some wonderful day trips to be had starting with a journey out to Fruška Gora and Novi Sad.

Five reasons to visit Pančevo, Serbia

Just a hop, skip, and a drive over the Danube 13 kilometers north-east from Belgrade is the fourth largest city in Serbia’s autonomous province of Vojvodina: Pančevo. Due to its […]

Getting Down with Guča, Western Serbia

Hidden in the hills of Western Serbia, in a region called Dragačevo, about 23km from Čačak, is a tiny town that you may have never heard about, but a town […]

48 Hours in Croatia’s Capital of Cool with Westin Zagreb

Exploring the main sights and local experiences in Zagreb , Croatia’s capital of cool, for 48 hours with the Westin Zagreb

Scenes From a Day Trip to Mitrovica – Kosovo’s Divided City

It’s funny to think back sometimes on your preconceptions of a place before you ever visited and compare what you expected it would be to what you actually found when […]

How You Can Help With Flood Relief in the Balkans

Live from Belgrade – a short list of organizations helping with flood relief in the Balkans and ways you can donate

Via Dinarica: Bosansko Grahovo to Bihac and Una National Park, Bosnia & Herzegovina

The last portion of my Via Dinarica journey through Bosnia and Herzegovina was an interesting and enlightening one. Staying with Stana in Bosansko Grahovo After our action packed day in […]

Mostar, I Think We’re Alone Now

You should always know you’re in for a challenge when you travel off-season, but never, and I repeat, NEVER, let that deter you from doing so. I’ve talked before about […]

From the Baltics to the Balkans

My latest trips have taken me through 6 countries and 9 cities so let me just summarize what’s to come: Tallinn, Estonia Riga, Valmiera and Cēsis, Latvia Vilnius, Lithuania Warsaw, […]