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Brestovitsa Wine House looks like an unassuming wine shop, but is actually one of Plovdiv’s best kept secrets. Just ring the bell and head downstairs to try some amazing food and wine pairings. Owned by Porteva family, this simple, elegant restaurant is the best place to sample delicious Bulgarian wines. A tasting menu will take you through seven incredible varieties, including merlot, rubin, and mavrut. You’ll try the Portiva family’s very own label, Bendida, and get to indulge in homemade dishes designed to match the wine selection of the night. Brestovitsa Wine House frequently hosts wine club meetings and tastings, so it is highly advisable that you reserve a table in advance.
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At the moment we are probably traveling for 70% of the year and the rest is spent at home with family and just rejuvenating our energy, and planning the next trip! In all honesty, travel is exhausting! We love visiting places that people don’t really see. The Mongol Rally for example took us through the Middle East to all the ‘stans’ – Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan, Iran and Mongolia, which was just the most eye-opening and brilliant experience of our lives. We didn’t even know these countries existed in the world!
Go to the Citadella for Views
When you realize how big Spain’s capital is, you cannot help but marvel at the extensive network of subway lines that the metro offers in order for commuters to get around. The Madrid Metro system has more than 300 stops and is over 293 kilometers long (182 miles). All of Madrid’s major attractions are not far from the metro stops and can easily be accessed on foot. The engineers responsible for the planning of this impressive transportation system have been asked to serve as consultants to other European countries that strive for a public metro system as expansive as the one in Madrid.
What to See and Do
Naturally, a visit to Rome isn’t complete without a gelato, and for the finest the town has to offer, look no farther than Gelarmony, a popular ice cream shop that has been available. The shop only uses and prides itself on all of its products.