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Travel Postcards / 14.03.2015

Parma is famous for its beautiful monuments and excellent food, but colors were the first thing that struck me. Yellow, pink, green, orange, red, make this small city of Emilia-Romagna (a less-known region of Italy which has so much to offer) a joyful place and it’s no wonder Parma is considered one of the prettiest towns in...

Travel Postcards / 19.12.2014

In 2014 I decided to slow down and travel less. I felt tired, wished to work on other projects and most of all I wanted to focus on quality more than quantity. That meant travel slowly, taking more time to explore smaller areas, discover beautiful places not far from home, having time to take better...

Food & Wine / 18.10.2014

If Bologna were to be defined by its food specialties, these would be homemade pasta and mortadella. And while Bologna is beautiful and well worth spending a few days, besides the beautiful architecture and lively atmosphere, food is certainly one of the main attractions. In its simplicity, making egg pasta is an art and I was mesmerized looking at...

Cities, Culture and Art / 30.09.2014

A deep blue sky, dotted here and there by bright white clouds, welcomed me in Ferrara, one of the many enchanting cities of the Emilia-Romagna region. At first sight, the city appeared to me like an elegant woman, classic and classy, gorgeous and at the same time discreet.    Related read: 10 Reasons to Add Emilia-Romagna to Your Bucket...