Verona , beyond the romance

Known worldwide as the city of love and romance, which gave us Shakespeare’s classic “Romeo and Juliet”, Verona is one of the most visited cities in Italy, but in my opinion it is much more than that! A place with more than 2.000 years of history where one can appreciate …

A Weekend in Lago di Garda

The largest lake in Italy, but not only that… thanks to its beautiful landscape, its crystal clear waters and its picturesque surrounding villages, this place one of the favorites for both Italians and tourists! I have to confess that I had no idea which town to go or where to …

Ljubljana

With its colorful facades, sculptures, even those buildings that cry for an coat of Paint (but still  essential to city’s charm), Ljubljana really lives up to any of the great European capitals, full of art, history, bars, gastronomic offers and even an alternative neighborhood! The historic center is quite small …

Lake Bohinj

Only 15 minutes by car from Bled and within the National Park Triglav, this beautiful lake appears, it’s the largest in the country and way quieter and less touristy than Lake Bled… so if you like nature in its purest form, this is the place! At the foot of the …

Bled and its surroundings

Bled The real postcard of Slovenia! Look wherever and we will always find the photo of Lake Bled! This location is iconic! Drawn from a fairy tale, its lake is crystal blue, the small island in the middle with its Church, castle on top of the hill, surrounded by mountains …

Predjama Castle & Skocjan Caves

Predjama Castle Built on the rock of the mountain itself, around the 16th century, the Predjama castle is something unique that you will surely haven’t seen elsewhere, despite seeing many photos before going isn’t until there that you realize its real height! Wow! Surrounded by stories super interesting and almost …

Slovenia, the jewel of the Balkans

When I started planning my trip to Slovenia, I had no idea what I was going to find, what to expect… this small country east of Europe is quite “unknown” and isn’t part of the typical touristic circuits. YET. The more I found out the more I was surprised, as such …

Walking around Bergamo

It’s hard not to fall in love with every city or town in Italy, no matter where I go, it never stops to amaze me. And Bergamo wasn’t the exception! As my flight landed at “il Caravaggio” (or Orio al Serio), Bergamo, a small (and rather chaotic) airport 2km from …

Day tour to Toledo

Just 70km off Madrid there’s this magnificient city, well known not only historical heritage (having been the main setting of Charles V court, for e.g.) but for the co-existance of muslims, jews and christians… all contributing to its vast architectonic richness. Getting there is simple! Everyday from Atocha train station …