Sarajevo is a cute capital, kind of my size of city. Big enough to have universities and museums but still small enough to see mountains from almost any place. The most convenient hike you can do there is to take a public transport bus 69 to Nahorevo. From there, you keep following the road and come to a place with a map and quite a few trails you can follow.
One day hikes
Norra Lunsens is a nature reserve south of Uppsala, Sweden. It’s easily accessible by public transport (eg. bus stop Fjällfinas Kåta) and kind of a must for every hiker visiting the city.
A lot has been written about hiking around lake Mývatn as there are many options for day walks in the area. One of the longest trails you can do starts directly in Reykjahlíð and takes you through Hverfjall and Dimmuborgir – varied, but still only volcanic landscapes.
Skaftafell in Iceland is a great area for one day hikes. It’s accessed directly on the Ring Road and therefore the local campsite is a truly huge affair…
The Fimmvörðuháls pass from Skógar to Thórsmork is one of the classic hikes in Iceland. You can hike it in either direction and every year there is pretty much only a two month window when the track is passable.
When you are in Landmannalaugar, Iceland, the Bláhnúkur Circuit is one of the day trails you can do there. It is worth doing just as any other trail in the area is.
I love vernacular architecture, I love hiking and I love the Carpathian mountains. Because of that, this relatively easy day hike was for me one of the nicest things I’ve done in a while.
Horní Lomná is a one of the few reminders of a Carpathian village that’s left in Czechia. It’s at the end of a long valley which cuts into the mountains from the north to the south-west
The Moravian Karst is relatively small area in southern Moravia, Czechia. It has geological rock formations, caves and gorges…
Brno is the second biggest city of Czechia. There is something about second biggest cities. In a soccer championship, to be second means to lose in the final which sucks…