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ITALY / 25.06.2018

How many of you have heard about Emilia-Romagna, or know where it is? I bet not many.Everyone traveling from Florence to Venice (or the other way round) goes through Emilia-Romagna and its largest city, Bologna. This Italian region is often barely an area of transit, and only a few make a stop on their way to or...

ITALY / 25.05.2018

Less than 10 km from Alberobello, the delightful town of Locorotondo looks very different from the village famous for the trulli, the traditional whitewashed dry stone huts with their typical conic-shaped roofs. It may not have the UNESCO WHS status of  Alberobello, but Locorotondo is listed as one of the most beautiful hamlets in Italy and...

JAPAN / 09.04.2018

Buddhist temples, Shinto shrines, and more than thousand deer strolling freely in the park: Nara Park took my breath away.Founded in 710 A.D., over time Nara’s development was strongly affected by influences from China and Korea, and the city soon became the cradle of future Japanese culture and architecture.Unlikely many cities of Japan, ravaged across the centuries...

ITALY / 24.01.2018

Well known as one of the world's fashion capitals and a longstanding business hub in Europe, there still are only a limited number of foreign tourists who plan to visit Milan, particularly if it's their first trip to Italy.The land of "La Dolce Vita" is one of the most fantasized destinations in the world, but while Rome,...

ITALY / 09.01.2018

“How about a weekend in Venice in November?”I immediately accepted because I love spending time with Stefano, my travel pal in the few occasions when I’m not traveling solo. The “where” was not relevant. I was happy to enjoy a couple of days with my best friend. I found out that without the crowds and shrouded...