We’re LIVE taking a look into the dark history of Bucharest, Romania! Join us as we take a look at the haunted, abandoned, and secret places of this city! (with guest: Emma of Urban Adventures Bucharest Urban Adventures)
Coffee recommendation in Bucharest, Romania: for a great espresso in one of most beautifully decorated coffee shops at T0! Also met a few of the fellow travel influencers including Karen Gill and La Carmina that are joining us in this #ExperienceBucharest trip!
We’re LIVE in Bucharest in a mall that dated back to the 1800s but has been repurposed as one of this city’s premiere spots for smoking shisha (also known as hookah or water pipe)! Join us as we talk about this city, our first impressions, and the history of this tradition!
We’re LIVE in Bucharest, Romania! Join us as we explore the alternative culture of this vibrant city from the street art to the hidden gems. (with guest: Elena of Urban Adventures Bucharest Urban Adventures)
One thing that makes NYC such a unique city is how open it is to all communities. Ever since the The Stonewall Inn Riots back in 1969, this city has been on the forefront for LGBTQA+ rights. We've covered plenty of the pride history here on Urbanist, but now we want to show you how inclusive this city can be with one of the most outrageous gyms: Mark Fisher Fitness.
New York City is the most diverse city in the world with over 120 nationalities represented here, and its most evident with the food. Our friend Yusuf Onder shows us the best Turkish food you can find in Manhattan. From Simit Sarayı where you can find a Turkish bagel and red tea. To Gulluoglu NYC where you can find the pistachio-filled baklava and a delicious cup of Turkish coffee.