I took advantage of my ESC in Thessaloniki to do a lot of travelling in the Balkans and much more. In this article, I’d like to share my favorite spots with you, and I hope I’ll be able to whet some people’s appetites for travel and discovery! I chose to travel almost all the time […]
As volunteers, we love to travel. It’s great to travel with other young people and discover new places. Here in Greece, there are a lot of places to see in the and near country, and if we could, we would travel every weekend. The only thing stopping most of us from doing precisely that is […]
If you plan to visit Sofia, it is quite possible to come across the effects of the communist regime in Bulgaria on the streets. You can see the communist history of Bulgaria, the pros and cons of the period, and the artifacts from that period. But have you ever wondered what the life of a […]
Last weekend some of us travelled from Thessaloniki to Bulgaria, to the city of Sofia. We walked the streets of a quiet, clean city. We visited churches, parks, ate a lot of food, and had some anecdote in a museum, and some feared the border control… But the important thing is that travelling with your […]
It was one of those late March weekends, when nature and weather are still undecided whether it is already spring or not. I have arrived to Sofia by bus on an early Friday morning and my first steps in this city of wisdom were diving deep into the thick layers of omnipresent snow. This freezing weather was strongly underlying the post-Soviet character of the city and thus my first impression made me feel like Iron Curtain has never fell in this place.