A couple of days are not enough to spend in Genoa to explore the city – there are lots of interesting places to see. Though the time I spent was so short, I can say that it is such a … Continue reading
This is to introduce the historical port city and the capital of the Region Liguria in northern Italy. It may not be as famous as Rome, Venice, Milan or Florence, but Genoa is a gem that is also most worthy … Continue reading
By a simple walk around the city, without the knowledge of its history, Verona seems to be an ordinary Italian town. Personally, the only information I had before about the place is that it is the setting of Shakespeare’s very … Continue reading
According to some experts, by the year 2030 Venice could be ghost town, which would be populated only by the tourists who would visit during the day. This is due to the continuous depopulation that’s happening in the last 50 … Continue reading
Venice has a rich and diverse architectural style. Although it was not built on the surface of an island, there are over 400 palaces or palazzo that can be found here. These buildings together with the rest of the houses … Continue reading
It’s easy to get lost in Venice just by walking; the streets are so narrow and filled with tourists. But it is a wonderful city and considered by some as the most romantic city alongside Paris – probably for those … Continue reading
It was just a short time spent in Frankfurt, so I never got to explore much of the city. From where I was staying at Mercatorstr, Nordend, my feet only took me as far as Eiserner Steg. The brevity of … Continue reading
Amsterdam is among the top cities in the world, which is bike-friendly. They said that it has more bicycles than people. The city has an extensive infrastructure for the bikers, so everywhere you turn there are bikes and bikers.
Here’s a look at Amsterdam stripped of its colors. After all it wasn’t just Van Gogh who lived here, also the one who was considered as one of the greatest painters and printmakers – Rembrandt.
Amsterdam started as a small fishing village in the late 12th century – according to its history, two fishermen founded it. The name Amsterdam comes from the river Amstel and the Dam that they built to be able to construct … Continue reading