Astypalea in Photos

For the past days, I had the opportunity to visit a Greek hidden gem, a very special place where people invite you to try their food, make you feel at home and are proud of being who they are. An island peculiarly hard to be reached, but worth every nautical […]

Visiting the Bastei Bridge

The Bastei Bridge is a very famous landmark in Germany, if you like Pinterest you probably have seen a picture of it somewhere. The bridge is located in the Elbe Sandstone Mountains in Saxon Switzerland National Park, around 42 Km away from Dresden. The bridge has been on my list […]

10 must do’s in Dresden

30 years ago a visit to Dresden would have been impossible. After the WWII the city became part of Eastern Germany (DDR) and was closed to the outside world. In 1990 with Germany’s reunification, the process of reintegration of the city to the rest of Germany began, and so did […]

15 Romantic things to do in Paris

There is no less cheesy way to write the first paragraph of this post, is there? I will try anyway. We all know that Paris is known as the city of lights, capital of fashion, and of course, the city of love. But where did that come from? How has […]

8 romantic road trips to take around Europe

Photo credit Europe romantic? No doubt and unquestionable. Many cities of the old continent are among the most romantic in the world, no wonder it became so popular among lovers and honeymooners from everywhere. Since we are on Valentine’s day’s week, I thought it wouldn’t hurt to share some more […]

Essential Tips for Road Tripping Europe

Photo credit Taking a road trip is one of the most exciting things for me; it is my favorite way of traveling. Why? Because there is no luggage weight limit, no securities check in which you have to take shoes and everything else needed off, I can take my dog […]

Saving Money on your London trip

It is no secret that London is one of the most expensive European cities to travel to, side by side with others like Paris. The Pounds currency is not the only problem; the reality is that the town is expensive by itself, in every way. However, it is possible to […]

Nuremberg’s Christmas Market

Dated all the way back to the 16th century, the Nuremberg’s Christmas Market, or the N├╝rnberger Christkindlesmarkt, is one of the oldest in Germany. During the World War II the event didn’t happen, being re established only in 1948 as the old town was destroyed during that period. It’s been […]

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