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Charming Towns / 29.11.2015

Unlike many cities and towns in Italy, Cervia, as we see it today, is a rather recent settlement, dating back to the late 17th Century. Well-known as a beach resort of the Emilia-Romagna region for Summer holidays, Cervia actually has a lot of charm apart from its wide beaches. Cervia, the town of salt.  Originally the city...

Cities, Culture and Art / 02.11.2015

I started being more seriously interested into street art a few years ago, after a trip to Brighton where for the first time I saw some seriously beautiful and creative murals. It might sound strange to many, but in Italy, we’re often plagued with senseless graffiti which are nothing more than vandalism and little quality street...

Cities, Culture and Art / 26.10.2015

[vc_row row_type="row" use_row_as_full_screen_section="no" type="full_width" angled_section="no" text_align="left" background_image_as_pattern="without_pattern" css_animation=""][vc_column][vc_column_text] Back to the city of mosaics, to discover the essence of Ravenna I first visited Ravenna last year on a day trip from Bologna, where I spent two weeks to discover the beauty of the Emilia-Romagna region. I had been wishing to admire the Byzantine mosaics for a...

Nature & Outdoors / 19.10.2015

There's no greater pleasure for an autumn hike than the colours. Year after year, as yellow, orange, red explode and the landscape shines with bright and warm tints, I can't help thinking at the wisdom of nature, offering a colourful treat before winter, when the mountains are white and cities too often are grey. I captured this photo last year...

Cities, Culture and Art / 16.10.2015

The majority of tourists think of Milan as the place for  business and shopping, but there are neighborhoods - like Distretto Isola - where one gets surprised by Milan. [caption id="attachment_24226" align="alignnone" width="750"] Milan - Daily Life at Distretto Isola [/caption] “Isola" means island and the district’s name originate from the construction of the railway which, in 1865, divided...

Cities, Culture and Art / 05.09.2015

It’s the capital of Appenzell Innerhoden Canton, the smallest in Switzerland together with Basel City, but don’t expect a city, since Appenzell is nothing more than a town counting less than 6,000 inhabitants.  Appenzell, the town of the Landsgemeinde Appenzell is well-known for its colorful houses with painted facades and as one of the only two towns...

SP / 31.08.2015

Travelling the world is something that many people dream about but few people manage to realise. Trying to juggle our busy work and home lives people can’t always go on a long holiday to some exotic destination, like Thailand or Mexico. So, they choose the next best thing; a shorter trip, like a last minute...

Cities, Culture and Art / 24.07.2015

Every country has its travel iconography and Burma ancient architecture is mostly identified with the gilded Shwedagon and Sule Pagodas in Yangon and Bagan's valley of temples. The beauty and richness of Bagan, however, is not only in the pagodas and hollow temples' beautiful structure and in the exquisite carvings. In spite of the damages inflicted by time, earthquakes and...