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Unforgettable Capri

Unforgettable Capri   The Island of Capri, a mere 45-minute catamaran ride from Naples, is a gorgeous island with a rocky cliff side and beautiful tropical vegetation. The catamaran docks in the island’s main harbour. The two towns on the island – Capri and Anacapri (the prefix “ana” means “up” or “above” since it’s located […]

La Dolomitica lifestyle and gastronomy

La Dolomitica lifestyle and gastronomy : a successful combination. This gastronomic event, held at the foot of the Fanes-Senes-Braies Natural Park in the Dolomites, a UNESCO World Heritage, will be held on Friday 4th August and it is a collaboration between restaurateurs from Alta Badia and their friends from several Italian regions.    Alta Badia (South Tyrolean […]

Vienna on a bicycle – Ringstrasse

Vienna on a bicycle – Ringstrasse Ringstrasse is probably one of the most beautiful streets in the world. I recently took a bike ride around the Ring to make this video. The cycle lanes are very well maintained, leading mostly through the tree alleys. Vienna on a bicycle is an excellent experience. The lanes are […]

What to see in Salzburg

Salzburg is a real gem. You may not know it, but it is located in the very heart of Europe. What to see in Salzburg – Smack in the center, so it’s no coincidence that it has a special energy. Tourists love it, so in the old part of the city there is practically no […]

TOP 6 free attractions in Venice

TOP 6 free attractions in Venice It would seem that Venice charges entrance fees to every single attraction, but that’s not true. Below is a short list of some lovely places that can be seen for free. The majority of those who visit the Serenissima for a day will probably not make it to them. […]

Graz – Austria,s second largest city

Graz – Austria’s second largest city boasts more than 900 years of vibrant history: on your visit to Graz, you will discover many testimonies bearing witness to its vibrant past, lots of references to the present and many visionary indicators of the future. Delightfully topped off with its sun-drenched, southern-European flair. Graz connoisseurs love this […]

Peaks of gastronomy in Alta Badia – A rainbow of flawors

  Gastronomy in Alta Badia – This year, the most scrumptious mountain initiative of the summer is all about the colours of the rainbow which feature in the dishes created by the Italian Michelin-star chefs Norbert Niederkofler, Matteo Metullio, Nicola Laera, Nicola Portinari, Giancarlo Perbellini, Sebastiano Lombardi, Giancarlo Morelli and Cristina Bowerman. Peaks of Gastronomy […]

Vienna isn’t just about art and history

  Strolling around Austria’s biggest city, Vienna, dubbed the City of Music, is like simultaneously stepping back in time and stepping up in class. You can trace the footsteps of Mozart, Beethoven, Haydn, or Schubert. The famed Vienna Boys Choir’s roots date as far back as 1498 . Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart worked with the choir […]

Charming Lienz

Charming Lienz The capital of the Austrian state of East Tyrol is known to many skiers. Unfortunately, they often just pass through the city on their way to ski resorts in the Dolomites, and quite a few of them make a stop at the only McDonalds along the road in this part of the Alps. […]

Mrežnica – river with hundred waterfalls

  Among the green rolling hills, the Mrežnica River has carved its deep canyon. Green colour springs even from the depth and supplement the forest. River is calm, barely flowing. Water lilies cover the river banks, dragonflies zipping by, while the European pond turtle rest on the plants. But, water shines on hundred spectacular waterfalls, […]

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