Eating Fried Liver in Edirne at Cigercisi Kemal Usta

Learn More about the Bustling Wang Lang Market

When you visit Bengaluru, one of the things you must do is visit KR Market. This colorful local market puts out fresh flowers, fruits, and vegetables early in the morning and is particularly active during the festive season. A lot of the flowers at this particular market come from the outskirts of Bengaluru.

Learn More about the Bustling Wang Lang Market

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David’s Been Here’s epic road trip through Bulgaria takes him to the capital, where David explore the best sights in Sofia. Known for its history, thriving nightlife, and celebrated restaurant scene, Sofia is a must for any traveler headed to the Bulgaria or the Balkans. In this episode David showcases the best sights in Sofia, exploring the remains of the ancient Roman city of Serdica.

Research the Local Scene

A trip to Mumbai isn’t complete without trying one of the signature bites, Vada Pav, also known as the hamburger that is Indian of their city. With approximately 50,000 food stalls across the city selling this unique treat, there’s no shortage of places. The dish is made up of deep-fried potato fritter that is put in a pan-fried bun referred to as pao or a pav. There are numerous variations of the dish such as ones containing corn Chivda, mayo, onions, cheese, and poultry patties!

Research the Local Scene

A destination with cuisine that surprised you the most?

Mother Nature definitely got out her best paintbrushes when she put this beach together! With some 9 kilometers of the world’s purest white silica sand which creates beautiful and ever-shifting patterns with the movements of the tide, and several lookout points from which to admire them, this beach is nothing short of breathtaking. Make sure to admire the view of Hill Inlet from Tongue Point for the best vantage point.

2. Look for hidden city ticketing

Directions to Museum: Go the very end of L2 (the purple one) on the Metro at Badalona Pompeu Fabra. From the main exit go up hill to the next set of traffic lights and cross Avinguda de Martí Pujol and then go along Via Augusta for a couple of hundred metres. The Museum is on the corner of Via Agusta and Carrer de les Termes Romanes.