Brazil is the 5th largest country in the world, and a 2 weeks trip is barely enough to scratch the surface. Expecting to see it all in a short time is unrealistic. You have to decide beforehand which are Brazil attractions you don’t want to miss. And from there, build your Brazil trip. Read about my itinerary to some of the most beautiful spots in Brazil.
Whether you like small charming towns, the lakes, the mountains or art cities, there are many beautiful day trips from Milan you can choose from.
Fernando de Noronha beaches are among the most beautiful in the world. Discover this remote, wild, and beautiful island off the Brazilian coast.
Beautiful cities, jaw-dropping beaches, and delicious food. Find out how to plan 10 days in Portugal, following a beautiful itinerary to discover the best in Portugal.
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.
A weekend break in Bath is a perfect choice if you want to combine history, a bit of pampering at the Spa, excellent food, and a touch of romance.
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 from Tuscany.
Pink, yellow, light blue, red, orange. Portovenere, one of the most beautiful towns of the western Ligurian coast, appears from the boat with its colorful houses reflecting in the sea.
I haven’t set foot on the ground yet, and I feel already that many lovely corners are waiting for my eyes to meet and admire them. Only a couple of minutes and my sense of anticipation is fulfilled.
It’s often overshadowed by Kyoto, but a day trip to Nara is a must if you want to see the best of Japan. My jaw dropped as I walked from temple to temple in Nara Park.
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 by earthquakes and fires, many historical buildings in Nara survived time, wars and natural disasters. Today, they are one of the most stunning ancient architectural complexes in Asia, a site whose beauty will stick in my memory forever.