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Urban Elegant Spring at Gardos

My dear travellers and fashionistas, how are you today? I hope you are beingware and have taken some precautions because of this new situation with the Corona virus. We need to be aware that this is only the beginning and that the Corona is a respiratory infection that can easily be infected by each of us and that it is just like any other flu. Of course, this is only the beginning of a pandemic and we must be prepared for the fact that there will be a large number of patients, it is important to remain alert and not to panic.

The Corona is dangerous for people in vulnerable groups, those who are already suffering from some autoimmune diseases, people with impaired immunity and the elderly people. All those who are sensitive to the flu, I remember five years ago when my grandmother died of the common flu that led to pneumonia at the age of 89. We need to be aware of the fact that this is a virus that will continue for some time. It is important not to panic and be adequately guarded, to maintain hygiene and to protect yourself well before going outside.

I decided to take pictures for a new post so I took the opportunity to visit one of the most important landmarks in Zemun – Gardos Tower. When looking at postcards and magnets that tourists can buy when visiting Belgrade, you cannot miss Kalemegdan, the Winner Statue and the Tower at Gardos.

Based on the traces and the remains found, the scientists concluded that some of the first settlements near Belgrade and Zemun were found near the Tower on Gardos. Today it is a historical monument where everyone can enjoy a beautiful view of the beautiful blue Danube and the Serbian capital, Belgrade .

This historic monument was built in the time of the Hungarian Monarchy, but to this day due to the great efforts of the authorities it has been preserved and we have the opportunity to enjoy the beauty of this extraordinary cultural monument.

Since my photographer came to Serbia because we were supposed to go on a planned trip to South America, but everything was canceled in the last minute due to the situation with the Corona virus, the photographer decided that he at least did not miss his flight to Serbia, so we considered some travel options in Serbia and Balkan region during March and April 2020.

So far, certain tourism organisations have been prepared to show their willingness and commitment to cooperate despite the current situation, which is why I am extremely pleased. I hope you enjoy the future posts that follow this spring.

Everyone who regularly follows my blog knows that my fashion posts are mostly educational and I will do my best to prove it this time. How did the Tower of Gardos begin? The famous tower in Zemun that adorns Gardos was built in 1896, when the Hungarians celebrated their 1000th anniversary of moving from the far Ural region to Europe. To mark this important anniversary, four millennium monuments have been built to mark the exact borders of Hungary on all sides.

The central millennium monument of this unusual composition, with statues of chiefs of the seven tribes who are the founders of the state and significant figures who have marked the rich Hungarian history, is today located on the Heroes Square in Budapest.

The tower on Gardos was built to mark the framed southern border of the Hungarian Monarchy and this is the only remaining monument outside the borders of the present-day People’s Republic of Hungary. Unfortunately, towers in Slovakia, Ukraine and Romania no longer exist.

Originally, this tower was named the Millennium Tower, due to marking one millennium, or 1,000 years since the arrival of the Hungarians in these areas. The Serbs who inhabited the present-day Zemun area had different names, but the most popular among the people was the name of the “Janka Sibinjan Tower”, after the famous historical figure Janos Hunjadi, who fought against the Turks and who was famous for his heroism and great deeds in many folk songs.

This name was widely accepted by the people and accepted by the Government after the First World War. Today’s name is Gardos Tower, named after the famous bank on which it was built more than a century ago.

Today, this place is the center of cultural and artistic events, so this time-honored beauty of Gardos has gained new meaning and splendor. Gardos Tower is the heart of Zemun on the bank of the Danube, which is open to visitors every working day from 10am to 7pm. I am sure you will enjoy it because the view from the tower is truly magnificent and unique.

For all the fashion lovers who follow my blog with great joy, I have to write some words about my today outfit, I hope my dear travellers will not take me wrong! 🙂

I’m sure you’ve noticed over the years, realistically, how and not when I’ve been repeating on social media as much as I really am a big fan and supporter of urban elegance where the trench coat is little more than a piece of clothing, but it’s an iconic cult of fashion!


Trench: Burberry

Turtle-neck Sweater: Loro Piana

Trousers: Loro Piana

Sneakers: Loriblu

How did you like this outfit I wore to visit the one of the most famous sights of Belgrade? Have you been in Belgrade? Here spring is the most beautiful period of the year I have prepared this outfit for you with a lot of love and I hope you like it! This outfit is made by something new, something old and a unique balance is a result.

If you have a question, comment, suggestion or message for me, you can write me down in the comments. Of course, as always you can contact me via mail or social media, which you can find on the CONTACT page.


This post is sponsored by Burberry. This post would not have been possible without the selfless help of Loro Piana fashion house which helps me to express my fashion spirit with their iconic and fashionable pieces.


Letters from Georgia: Let’s go to Mtatsminda Amusement Park!

My dear travellers and fashionistas, how are you today? it’s little time left until the end of this year, have you made any plans for New Year’s Eve? Honestly I haven’t yet because all of this is kind things I always change at the last minute. When I was younger I always tried to organize myself, but eventually everything changed.

This month I was equally active with both travel and fashion outfit posts as well, so I am very proud because I did not neglect my first great love – FASHION.

When Bojana and I were reading tips about Tbilisi sights on the internet we did not find that we should see an Amusement park. However, in the end, because of our many walks through the capital of Georgia, we noticed every day a big wheel on a hill that looks very close to you, but we not knew how to ask people in an adequate way how to get to that “wheel”.

One morning at the hotel, we were trying to explain to people at the reception desk what we wanted to visit… At first, they didn’t understand us until a girl who was just starting to work showed us her phone and that wheel was on screen. Afterwards, in Georgian, she explained to them what we wanted to see and they all started to google how they could help us get there. Fortunately, there was a bus line which going there, but we were warned that the ride was a bit long and we should prepare for it.

Bojana went in search of some supermarket, as something had to be eaten at least… Realistically, the girl thought of real life things, while I struggled to find out the way on a map in Georgian language. Since we were picking up half the store and had food for 3 days (sweets were on huge discount, please understand us) finally, we were ready to go!

After an hour of searching we accidentally found the bus, since that was not his station we begged the driver to let us in, thank God the man was kind and reasonable so he let us in.

In less than an hour we found ourselves at our destination – Mtatsminda Amusement Park. I suppose because of the time when we were visiting Tbilisi it was not the full tourist season, so maybe that is the reason why the park was empty. We could not believe that such an unusual place that was made to be the real fairytale place that every child (and maybe an elderly person who strayed…) would wish to visit.

In the photo above, you can see the reason for our visit to Mtatsminda Amusement Park – the famous wheel. That day was beautiful, like a walking stroll, warm enough to walk outside with a coat or a sweater and not be cold. This time we can thank the sun because this natural light just helped us and we were inspired to do our outfit posts here.

I just want to mention that the entrance to Mtatsminda Amusement Park is free and only rides and games located within this interesting complex are paid for. There is also a small zoo and it is all located on a hill overlooking the most beautiful views of Tbilisi.

Autumn did its magic as always, so the trees got a new color that is trending this season – shades of gold colour. Nature is always in trend, we just need to look around a little better!

We spent almost 3 hours in this amusement park, the time was flying so fast that we didn’t even notice it. This is the perfect place if you want to have fun, enjoy the beauty of nature and the amazing view of Tbilisi.

This post is unfortunately also the last post from Georgia and the end of this series of posts with last fifth article we are officially ending my adventure in Georgia. I will remember this trip for a long time because I had a crazy and unforgettable time, first because I had the best company, my friend Bojana Rmandic, my colleague.

I had the opportunity to see a very unusual country that is only officially on the map of Europe. When you go to Georgia you realize that Europe has never been here.

My dear fashionistas, once again we have come to the end of last post from special series of post from my Georgian adventure. Time just flies so fast when you are having a good time! At the end of this post, I would like to thank my friends from Turkish Airlines and National Georgian Tourism Administration for this incredible adventure and Iota Hotel for their huge efforts to make our stay unforgettable and I felt like at home. Also I would like to say huge thank you to organizers of Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Tbilisi for kind invitation.


Sweater: Givenchy

Trousers: Cavalli Class

Sneakers: Loriblu

Camera: Sony Alpha 7r IILens: Sony G Master 24-70 MM

How do you like this interesting refreshing “red” outfit? Have you maybe had opportunity to visit Tbilisi before? See you next week with another interesting story from Southeast Asia. We are going to explore one lovely interesting country called Laos or Lao People’s Democratic Republic. I can’t wait to share all those beautiful photos with you.

If you have a question, comment, suggestion or message for me, you can write me down in the comments. Of course, as always you can contact me via mail or social media, which you can find on the CONTACT page.


This post was sponsored by Turkish Airlines and National Georgian Tourism Administration. I would like to say thank you to Iota Hotel for having us. Our days were fulfilled with special fashion adventures with Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Tbilisi and this was an extraordinary experience for me! I also thank my friends from Sony who made it possible to enjoy in these beautiful photos made with the Sony Alpha 7r Mark II camera with Sony FE 24-70 mm lense from special G Master series of professional lenses.