fascinating cities Tag

FRANCE / 02.09.2013

Don't you find that cities by the sea, a lake or a river have a special touch?[pullquote]No matter if it's touristy. A stroll along Marseille Vieux Port is delightful[/pullquote] I reckon this is one of the (many) reasons why I enjoyed Marseille so much. Certainly the beautiful weather and the deep blue sky played a relevant...

ITALY / 06.07.2013

[vc_row css_animation="" 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"][vc_column][vc_column_text]When thinking of the Puglia region, Brindisi is not the first destination that comes up to mind. For many, it is just the embarkation point to Greece, but the city is indeed well worth spending a few days, as I recently discovered. If you wonder why...

GERMANY / 30.06.2013

I walked along Berlin East Side Gallery on a gray, windy, and cold day of March, huddled up in my jacket while silently looking at the wall paintings celebrating freedom after the Wall's collapse, which started on November 9, 1989.[caption id="attachment_15195" align="alignnone" width="600"] Berlin East Side Gallery, Test the Rest[/caption] A memorial for a sad past, a...

ITALY / 26.06.2013

Only a few places in the world (among those I visited so far) give me as much inspiration and delight as the Roman Forum.While  many people see the Coliseum as the symbol and icon of Rome, to me it's the Roman Forum which expresses the essence of the 'Eternal City' and of one of the...