Top 6 Things To Do In Moldova

Top 6 Things To Do In Moldova

Moldova is a small European country that stands landlocked in the continent’s eastern part. It stands surrounded by Romania in the west and Ukraine in the north. Before World War II, it was part of Romania. After World War II, it belonged to the Soviet Union until 1991, when it gained its independence. Moldova’s remote yet…

Top 9 Things To Do In Minsk

Top 9 Things To Do In Minsk

Minsk, the beautiful capital of Belarus, is an ancient city with a rich history, traditions, culture, and arts. It is situated in Eastern Europe, 340 km (213 miles) northeast of Warsaw and 120 km (75 miles) southeast of Vilnius. Minsk was almost completely destroyed in the second world war and was rebuilt during the Soviet time. Till 1991 it…

Top 8 Things To Do In Tirana

Top 8 Things To Do In Tirana

It was founded in the early 17th century and despite Albania’s efforts to appeal to more foreign visitors, Tirana, both the largest city in and the capital of Albania, is not a well-known destination. Tirana boasts a heritage dating back to the Ottoman Empire and is surrounded by lush green hills and has colorful streets…

Top Things To Do In Bucharest

Top 10 Things To Do In Bucharest

If people call it the Paris of the east, it must be for a good reason. In fact we found many good ones why Bucharest is one of the most beautiful European cities. First of all, it is one of the most accessible places in Europe, Bucharest’s mass transit network is the fourth largest in Europe. Despite…

The world's Scariest Stairs

The World’s Scariest Stairs

There is one thing in common among the world’s most treacherous staircases: all of them require nerves of steel. Stairways can leave just as much of an impact on your memory as the places they lead you, especially when they stand between you anda site you flew half way across the world to experience. WOW Travel shares with…

The 10 Most Impressive Walled Cities

The 10 Most Impressive Walled Cities

Defensive walls were built over the centuries to protect a city or settlement from potential aggressors. Beyond their defensive utility, many walls also had important symbolic functions, representing the status and independence of the communities they embraced. Nowadays these walls are UNESCO monuments visited by millions of people. These walls are silent witnesses of glorious…