Berlin is the main town of the reunified Germany (until 1990, was Bonn) and emerged from the largest post-war reconstruction project. The city had perhaps the most troubled history of the 20th century and lives with its scars. During World War II, Berlin suffered countless bombings, which devastated most of the buildings, such as the... Continue Reading →
Berlin is a vibrant capital, full of life and interest. Walking through this city is discovering one of the most significant phenomena of post-war reconstruction and modernity. The Berliners enjoy their entire city, whether they are bikes, relaxing in the many gardens, parks or squares full of inviting terraces, whether speeding up in a sports... Continue Reading →
The capital of Romania is not yet a well-known destination, but it is a city with much to discover that deserves certainly to be in your bucket list.
Located on the other side of Europe, it appeared on the European map in the 12th century. Its name is the abbreviation of the Estonian name Danish Linus that means Castle of the Danes. Victim of the Nazi and Soviet occupation during World War II and integrated into the USSR for about 50 years, of... Continue Reading →
Krakow is a work of art. Krakow Old Town, the Castle Wawel and the District of Kazimierz are part of the first UNESCO World Heritage list created in 1978.