I write travel articles about cities all around Europe. My main focus is always the same: to show readers, what usually you do not find in main travel books. I am an extremely curious tourist, with an interest in culture, history, and lifestyle. I really like discussions with locals about life in their town.
I would be happy to write an article for you for the Czech lifestyle weekly Vlasta, which has a readership of 160,000 and is the oldest magazine for families in the Czech Republic, published since 1947 and then give information that these articles show that if the agency has good materials, so you can write a really big material. So the goal of my mission will also be to inspire other fellow journalists.
Łódź was a big surprise for me. I had no idea how beautiful could be an industrial town! The city council and locals brought new inspiring life into industrial buildings, so there are galleries, museums and cafe in place, where have been machines for decades. American director David Lynch was so amazed by this location that he filmed here movie Inland Empire. I wrote about an interactive museum and a unique hotel Stare Kino (Old cinema), where you will be accommodated in rooms, designed according to famous movies, in the ground floor you can visit the oldest cinema in Poland.
Weimar is a city in central Germany. It’s known as the favourite place of famous German writers Goethe and Schiller, but also for world-famous art school Bauhaus, which started a new way of international modern art and craft. There is a new Bauhaus museum with a huge collection of art masterpieces. I really like design shops all around, where you can see that Bauhaus inspiration is still in the air.
Cesky Krumlov is a UNESCO city in the Czech Republic. There are amazing historical treasures from times of Middle Ages, renaissance and baroque. I saw an amazing baroque theatre with original stage design. You have to see also Egon Schiele Art Centrum, where you can visit a permanent exhibition about world-famous painter Egon Schiele, who lived in Cesky Krumlov in 1911.
Aarhus is Denmark’s second-biggest city. In 2017, it was the European Capital of Culture. I wrote about cultural highlights in the town as open-air museum Den Gamle By, where you can see how Danes lived years ago, also I visited ARoS – gallery of modern art with beautiful rainbow roof and of course, I could not miss street food area.
Warsaw is a major international tourist spot in Poland. I have been to various museums, which presents so many stories connected to Warsaw. My personal Nr. 1 is POLIN – Museum of the History of Polish Jews.
Austria’s Imperial capital offers a unique blend of imperial traditions and stunning modern architecture. I have been in Vienna to see what´s new in main galleries. I saw the amazing story of Madam D´Ora, female photographer, who had a famous studio in the centre of Vienna.
Of course! Amsterdam it means automatically bikes and Van Gogh Museum, but I saw much more as an extraordinary museum of microbes, the only one in the world. I have been in the museum of the resistance movement during WWII and a very nice botanical garden.
Odense is the third-largest city in Denmark. It is best known to tourists as the birthplace of Hans Christian Andersen, author of some of the most treasured fairy tales. I walked around the footsteps of Andersen and saw places, where he lived or places, which inspired him when he was writing fairy tales.