What to do in London?

I was in London in 2015 and it was a trip which I won ´t easily forget. I wish I had taken more photos but neither did I write a blog nor did I make vlogs at that time, so unfortunately, certain things can be reproduced just in my mind. Anyway, here is a list…

PRAGUE: Estate´s Theatre

I´m sure that the National Theatre is indeed well-known among tourists heading to the capital city of the Czech Republic. Nevertheless, today I want to focus on another famous theatre in Prague which is called the Estate’s Theatre. Many people pass the building without paying any attention to it because it looks similar to the…

PRAGUE: Lennon Wall

Lennon Wall is a place you ought to visit if you ever happen to be in Prague. As the name suggests, it´s a long wall which has been since 1980s painted with John Lennon-inspired graffiti. In 1988, young Czechs were putting their complaints and expressed their dissatisfaction with the communist regime of Gustáv Husák on the…

PRAGUE: Troja Palace

Troja Palace is a Baroque palace situated a stone ´s throw from the city center. It was built by a French architect Jean Baptiste Mathey in years 1679-1691. Its design was influenced by French and Italian architecture. The entire palace is surrounded by a neat garden. I ´m simply in awe of the garden which…

PRAGUE: National Theatre

This building is a very significant one in the Czech history. The idea of building it was established by Czech patriots who wanted to prove that Czech nation is independent and on a par with other nations. The theatre was bulit with funds from a nationwide collection. The cornerstone (actually there were 19 „cornerstones“ –…

Queen Anne´s Summer Palace

Queen Anne´s Summer Palace is situated not far from the Prague Castle. It’s surrounded by lovely gardens which are full of rhododendrons, so the gardens look particularly beautiful during spring. There are also a few statues and a fountain in the area. Queen Anne´s Summer Palace was established between 1538 and 1560. I really liked…

My trip to Oxford

If you want to experience magic and mystery, go to Oxford. It ´s a tremendously picturesque town and despite being rather small, it offers many exciting attractions. I visited Oxford during my trip to London. I got there by train and I really enjoyed the town ´s atmosphere. Beautiful buildings, universities, cathedrals… I simply didn…

Café Pushkin 🍰

I had seen desserts from Café Pushkin on Trip Advisor and the photos appealed to me to the point that I convinced my parents to visit this charming place. The interior was magical, romantic, furnished with luxurious wooden furniture and there was a library with valuable books. The café offered both desserts and lunch menu…

Tretyakov Gallery

The State Tretyakov Gallery was established in 1856 by P. M. Tretyakov. He created a collection of works by Russian artists which now counts approximately 130 000 pieces. The building was designed by Viktor Vasnetsov whose paintings you will find in the gallery. There is a renovated church nearby which is connected to the gallery…