If you want to explore Italy off the beaten path, you’ll love these beautiful towns in Emilia Romagna. They’re indeed charming and well worth to spend a day. You’ll discover another, more authentic, side of Italy.
Last updated on July 4th, 2021I never thought I could feel enthralled by a flower festival, but this is precisely what happened when I visited Girona Temps de Flors. Nothing cutesy. On the contrary, the Festival surprised me with a lot of creative flower arrangements showcasing contemporary design. There are countless reasons to visit Girona, …
If you like street art, you’ll want to discover Brighton graffiti. An easy day trip from London, Brighton has some beautiful scale murals by Aroe, Banksy, and others.
The ultimate guide to hiking the Causeway Coast Way, one of the most scenic coastal walks in Europe. Including the Giant’s Causeway, a unique UNESCO World Heritage Site.
To many European travelers visiting northern Italy, Bergamo is just an airport, a gateway to other Italian cities. There are even tourists flying in and out the same day just for shopping. But there are plenty of things to do in Bergamo, a beautiful medieval town yet often underrated.
Last updated on July 13th, 2021Deciding where to stay in Milan might be complicated and confusing. What’s the best accommodation for my needs? Which is the best area to stay in Milan? How do I find the right hotel for my budget? These are some of the dilemmas you’re likely to have to go through, …
Whether you’re spending in Bristol a couple of days or only a few hours, maybe on the way to Bath, there’s one thing you shouldn’t miss: Bristol Street Art.
Street art and graffiti can tell a story about a city as much as historical landmarks. Only it’s not the story of monarchs, nobles, wealthy families or the Church. Street Art is created by “ordinary” people,