Continuing from my last post exploring Seville, we move on to my must-see sights – it’s a hefty one I warn you, so grab yourself a cup of tea and get comfortable!
First on the list is the Real Alcazar De Sevilla, with rooms tiled beautifully from top to bottom, carved ceilings and arched doorways, breathtaking atriums and endless gardens, I can guarantee you will be blown away. Every corner we were astounded by something new. Read More
We set our sights on visiting Trsteno Arboretum, so after enquiring at the local bus stop in Lapad, we headed to Dubrovnik Bus Station and awaited the next bus* to Trsteno which is about 20km north of Dubrovnik. We didn't have to wait too long and enjoyed another beautiful scenic journey. Trsteno is a wonderful little picturesque village overlooking the Adriatic. Read More
Arriving at Split Airport, we checked in and awaited our flight. We decided to fly to Dubrovnik as was only a 40 minute internal flight so less time travelling than a bus (and only marginally more expensive). We approached the plane and couldn't believe our eyes, the size of a private jet complete with propellers - we were going to be flying in style! With only 9 people on board, and no door between us and the pilots - it was definitely an experience. Read More