Lake Ledinci is a submerged quarry near the village of Stari Ledinci on the mountain of Fruška Gora, near Novi Sad, in the Republic of Serbia. Continue reading
Do you see it?
If I look back 5 years I would not believe this is possible at all. However, the most difficult part of the whole thing is behind. Continue reading
My previous post was all about the outrageous road taxes in Europe. You can thinks of it as my long term frustration about discrimination of drivers in Europe. However, this time I want to share few highlights from our recent trip to Central European countries including Hungary, Slovakia, Poland and Czech Republic.
In one of my previous posts I wrote about the outrageous toll prices in Europe. This time I want to extend the first one and comment on a few more countries in which their governments deserves the Darwin award for naming those roads highways and charging tolls for the passage. I just got back from another road trip in Europe. This time my friends and I covered Serbia, Hungary, Slovakia, Poland and Czech Republic. The trip was great! The best parts were visiting thermal baths in Budapest and enjoying places such as Cracow or Zakopane in Poland. However, this article is not about that, it is about the roads in Europe for which you have to pay toll.