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  • Myanmar, the Golden land

    February 1, 2020 by

    From Yangon to Mandalay from Bagan to Inle lake, through Bago and Mingun, here is the portrait of Myanmar. A modern country, that maintains its roots and culture solid, a country of majestic temples, a country of loving people. In Yangon, I uncovered the most magnificent temples, where the atmosphere is of great tranquillity and… Read more

  • Bagan lost temples

    January 28, 2020 by

    When I landed at the small airport in Bagan I could barely contain my excitement. I was a little closer to getting to know what would be one of the places that most impressed me when visiting Myanmar. The promise and expectations were huge. Visit the largest complex of Buddhist temples, stupas and monasteries in… Read more

  • Frankfurt, a modern medieval city

    November 10, 2019 by

    We landed in Frankfurt with eight hours waiting for the next flight. We and a few hundred more people, like we ended up discovering later. With Europe’s 3rd busiest airport, Frankfurt quickly became a gateway to and out for the rest of the world, a hub for departures and arrivals. What is not at all… Read more

  • 9 Places to discover Dublin

    September 29, 2019 by

    Dublin is a city that seems to have stopped in time. Dublin is the ideal city to get to know by foot, exploring their unique and colourful brick fa├žade buildings, original monuments, centenary churches, the medieval castle and the dark wooden bars. Let’s get to know one of the most lively towns in Europe. Trinity… Read more

  • 14 places to visit in Vilnius

    June 23, 2019 by

    A Lithuania is the oldest state of the Baltic, having been founded by the Pope in 1251. His story has not been easy, having been occupied along the centuries until finally in 1990, they declared an independent state. The 2oth world War I, was one of the most troubled in its history, having been occupied… Read more

  • 14 things to see and do in Venice

    June 23, 2019 by

    Venice is unique, and the experience amazing. For the first visit, there are some places and activities not to be missed. However, it is not necessary to follow a restricted guide. The city is ideal to just wander around and spontaneously find out all the monuments. 1. Grand Canal When arriving, the first impact leaves… Read more

  • 8 places to visit in Antwerp, a diamond in the rough

    June 23, 2019 by

    Antwerp is the second largest city in Belgium and the largest in the Flanders region. In the mid-16th century, it was considered one of the most important European towns due to its harbor, one of the largest in the world. For this reason, it was a preferential target during World War II. It is currently… Read more

  • Istanbul, 15 places to discover

    June 4, 2019 by

    Istanbul is a city full of peculiarities. It is the only country in the world situated on two continents – Europe and Asia – and is one of the oldest. Chosen to be the capital of three great empires: Roman, Byzantine and Ottoman. The city was founded in the 7th century BC by the name… Read more

  • 7 Places to Discover Barcelona

    May 23, 2019 by

    Barcelona is a city with a unique combination of cosmopolite, history and tradition. It’s not a town to meet on the weekend, not a month, or, maybe, in a year. It’s a city to discover and visit. WHERE TO GET LOST 1. Eixample The Eixample is one of the liveliest and most wealthy neighbourhoods in… Read more

  • 7 spots in Berlin that will transport you to the past

    May 9, 2019 by

    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… Read more

  • 11 Places to discover Berlin

    April 22, 2019 by

    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… Read more

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