Tbilisi: A city of many faces, some old, some new. With a troubled and varied past, Tbilisi is rekindling its grandeur. Click through to find out more about this fascinating city, the capital of Georgia. ~RefelctiosnsEnroute
As a backpacker-turned-expat, Hanoi is one of the best cities in the world to stop and try your hand at living and working abroad. The majority of backpackers tend to treat Hanoi as a necessary transit point to get to Halong Bay and Sapa; stopping only for a night or two and getting drunk on tourist-quality Bia Hoi in the Old Quarter and visiting Ho Chi Minh’s mausoleum. But if you stick around for long enough you’ll soon discover that there’s a lot more on offer here than cheap beer.
lub di Giulietta – Juliet’s Club has been made famous by the movie Letters to Juliet. Those famous words that millions of people know: ‘Oh Romeo, Romeo, why art thou Romeo?’ It’s no question that Romeo and Juliet is one of the most famous plays of all time. Although it is made famous by Shakespeare, the tale of star-crossed lovers had long been circulating since the Middle Ages around the city of Verona. Since the Shakespearean time, travellers from all over the world had travelled to…
Tel Aviv and its world heritage site white architecture is something you will definitely want to put on your Israel itinerary. Click through to find out more about its fascinating history. ~ReflectionsEnroute
From classics like Bo Kaap, Cape Town to surprises like cities in Transylvania, this list will put colorful cities on your map! Read on to see more surprisingly bright and colorful cities - some in places you wouldn't expect!
Belgrade, Serbia! It's a little off the tourist trail, but it's starting to make its mark. We dined in chic cafes, wandered through the old fortifications, and marveled at the beautiful architecture. Click here to find out how to spend one day in Belgrade! The perfect city to put on your Eastern Europe itinerary. ~ReflectionsEnroute