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Lycian Way: A Walk to Phaselis Ruins

Phaselis Ruins, Turkey

Phaselis ruins are a former Roman city a short distance from Kemer. To get there you can take a boat tour from Kemer or Antalya, or you can walk along the famous Lycian Way walking trail. To get to Phaselis we only walked a short bit of the Lycian Way that is 500 km long in all. We first took a dolmus bus ...

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Sightseeing Around Antalya Old Town

Street life in Antalya, Turkey

This walking trip brings you to some of the most interesting sights around Antalya Old Town. You start in Karaaliogly Park in the south and walk around the Old Town to the lively local shopping streets at the north edge of Kaleici. From here you head west to the Museum of Antalya and Konyaalti Beach. Before dark it’s time to take a dolmus back and inspect the shops ...

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Walk in Kaleici, Antalya Old Town

Kaleici, Antalya Old Town

This post will show you the historic Kaleici, Antalya Old Town. Kaleici is even prettier than I though and perfect in size to be explored on foot. As we wanted to explore Antalya Old Town we booked a hotel right in oldest part of it and spent days in the old quarters and around. This post is a photo gallery on Kaleic ...

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Dining in Gdansk Old Town Restaurants

Restaurant Pod Lososiem, Gdansk

Before my trip to Gdansk I only had a vague idea of Polish food in my mind: potatoes, sauerkraut and pork. But after dining in Gdansk this idea had changed. Gdansk is on the coast so they serve a lot of fish, and even meat dishes were not heavy as I had thought. I wanted to taste local dishes, that’s what ...

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Bike Trip from Gdansk to Sopot Beach

Sopot Pier

We were visiting Gdansk that is an inland city and we wanted to see the Baltic coast of Poland so we rented bikes in a bike rental in Gdansk Old Town and made a lovely bike trip from Gdansk to Sopot Beach. Sopot is a pretty spa town famous for its thermal baths, sandy beach and music festivals. Sopot beach and pier, ...

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A Walking Tour of Historic Gdansk

Historic Gdansk from Motlawa river

This blog post tells you about the historic Gdansk by the Baltic Sea. We stayed there for a weekend and were surprised how great history this more than thousand years-old town has. And that there were so many things to see!  We walked up and down the old streets of Gdansk. We also made trips out from the city, but in this blog post I’m telling you about the ...

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National Mall Walking Itinerary, Washington DC

Lincoln Memorial, National Mall

This post will show you Washington DC and a National Mall walking itinerary that takes you to all famous Washington museums and monuments. So why not park your car and explore the famous Washington DC National Mall by foot? The National Mall is a 2,5 miles long green area between Capitol Hill in the east and the Lincoln Memorial in the west. Washington ...

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Washington DC: Capitol Hill Walk

The U.S. Capitol

This self-guided walk shows you the Capitol Hill in Washington DC. My one day Capitol Hill walk will bring you to the most famous halls of the US Capitol and the Library of Congress. At the end we will visit the US Botanic Gardens. Visiting all these attractions needs a full day and you should prepare your trip in advance, at least a little bit. Make a reservation to ...

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What to Do in Krakow Old Town in One Day

Horses and a carriage, Krakow Old Town

This post shows you what to see in Krakow Old Town in one day. Krakow in the south of Poland is the country’s former royal capital, full of art and culture. Walking in Krakow Old Town is like stepping back in time. What about the trumpeter playing from the top of the church tower – every hour and in all directions – to make sure everybody knows the time? ...

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Sightseeing in Sydney

Sydney Opera House seen from a Sydney Ferry

Sydney is a perfect travel destination. It’s a vibrant, modern city and offers a lot of activities. The city consists of villages that each have their own character and all these villages are so different! And what is also good about Sydney it has water and fantastic beaches almost everywhere, and the climate is tourist-friendly all year round. Sydney has ...

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