Last Saturday, my dear padre and I went on a one-day trip to Lake Blad and Ljubljana. With wonderful tourist guide from Smart Travel I've learned so many new things about the main city of Slovenia and the country itself. Even though I was not very impressed with the Blad, Ljubljana is the city that just perfectly suites my character.Read More
One of the sunniest island of the Adriatic Sea, an Island without a car or simply- Zlarin. It's a small island, no more than 8 km2 in total, that's a part of Šibenik-Knin Country. At first, I thought I could be there for a whole day, unfortunately it was extremely hot (even for swimming), so I had to get back to Šibenik after a few hours.Read More
Split is one of the cities where you can be more than a month and you won't see everything that this beautiful city has to offers. Restaurants with traditional dishes, modern cafés and dozens of museums are only small part of fun places that you can visit in Split. Unfortunately, I was staying in Split only for a weekend so I haven't seen a lot of places that I wanted. However I filmed a short "walk around" video diary where you can see famous sculpture "Gregory of Nin" by Ivan Meštrović and the monumental courtyard "Perystile".
When I was a kid, I used to visit Split with my dad almost every year in a summer time. However, we were staying in a small town Kaštel Kambelovac, so I never experienced Split in full form. As this was my first solo trip here I had no idea where to stay. After some research on booking.com, I came a cross this amazing Sago Apartment with a beautiful interior that's super close to the city center. Diocletian's Palace is just 600 m away from the apartment and that was really important to me because I wanted to explore Old Town a bit more. Walking to an apartment I was kindly greeted by the owner who already gave me her number so I could contact her with any questions about the city or if I had any special wishes. That was a nice gesture because, when traveling, sometimes I can get the feeling that I am one my own in foreign country and it's not very pleasing. After a brief tour around the apartment, Nika (who is traveling with me) and I were left alone to unpack and take a rest.
Sago Apartment consists of two bedrooms, one with the king size bed and one with two twin beds. However, in the living room is one sofa bed, so five people can easily fit in. The Apartment is fully equipped, from the Wifi that's free of charge to two small terraces perfect for a morning tea. You can reach the apartment on foot, however it has a free parking spot, so you won't have any troubles finding place for your car. It is private apartment in building situated near Croatian Maritime Museum and Gregory of Nin, one of the most popular attractions in Split. Sago Apartment is a great apartment to stay in for great location and interior. I was so satisfied with my stay that I look forward to the next opportunity to visit again.
Biokovska ulica 6, Split
21 000, Croatia
All photos are taken by me, unless stated otherwise.
Expensive Reality team was welcomed as a guest of Sago Apartment.
All opinions are my own.
Last weekend I went to Budapest with my aunty who gave me this trip as a Christmas gift. Main attraction that we HAD to visit was the Christmas market, however we saw a lot more. To be honest, I was kind of disappointed with Budapest because I expected much more. The weather wasn't very nice and that might be the reason why the city looked quite boring. I bet it would look really amazing in the spring! Some of the attractions that we visited were Citadella, Andrassy Boulevard, Heroes’ square (my favourite). A place with the most amazing view on Budapest is Fishermen's Bastion. After almost 3 hours of walking, we sat in an Italian restaurant close to main square,
. We were really surprised how you can find a small piece of Italy in the middle of Hungary. The pasta was incredible just as the interior and if you like Italian kitchen I ensure that you’ll be satisfied.
Have you been in Budapest? If so, what was your favourite place there?
As a second part of my Vienna trip, I’m bringing you 20-ish photos of my city exploring with friends. Main attraction that we HAD to visit was Vienna Christmas Market and, to be honest, it totally sucked. Stands were really nice, I must admit, but the atmosphere and the whole energy was quite bad so I haven’t felt that Christmas spirit. However, that
stop us from looking around and good old shopping! After almost 5 hours of walking we were dead so we found really good Italian restaurant and as cherry on top, Starbucks was great choice for two tired basic white bit*hes!
I hope you guys liked my photos and if you’d like more travel posts, feel free to leave me a city where I should go next.
Last weekend Nika and I went on a school trip to Vienna. Even though we have already been there, this time we saw some new things and I wanted to share it with you. Two main places that we HAD to visit was a music museum
Haus der Musik
and historic complex
. At first, we thought it’ll be extremely boring, however it was a real turn-up for the books. Haus der Musik is, by far, the most remarkable museum
ever been to. Holograms, interactive games, art pieces and much more can be found there. Despite the fact that the whole museum is about classical music, being (virtual) conductor of the Vienna Philharmonic orchestra sounds fun! Another attraction, specifically
historic complex was much more focused on vision. There we saw amazing exhibition by Gustav Klimt who is the author of well- known painting
, that can also be found there. As a true fashion blogger, I
help but to take a few photos of my outfit, so now you can have a full experience of my trip.