Belgrade, the NY of the Balkans 2/2

History, museums, designers and clubs… the city that never sleeps!

Are you ready for the second part of the article about my fantastic trip to Belgrade? Here’s the link to the first part in case you missed it! WHERE TO EAT You can eat almost anything at any time of the day here, the cheapest option is a take away pizza for just 2 Euros!…

Belgrade, the NY of the Balkans

History, museums, designers and clubs… the city that never sleeps!

Dear friends J many of you have followed my Stories on Instagram and Facebook and witnessed my enthusiasm for the six days I spent in Belgrade, one of my most incredible vacations. Get ready to read a pamphlet, because I tried to summarize as much as possible, but it’s really hard! First of all I’d…

Wrocław/Breslavia: 10 things to see

Here’s what I discovered for you : the Christmas Market, the Zoo, Museum of Art, History Museum and …

Here, we are, almost at the end of our trip to Wroclaw (if you missed the previous articles, click here for the first and second part).   4. CHRISTMAS MARKETS The Christmas season is just perfect for markets, so why not stop by the second largest market after Berlin’s? Bozonarodzeniowy is open until the 31st of…

Wrocław/Breslavia: 10 things to see

Here’s what I discovered for you : the city

Here I am my friends, this is the second part of the article about my trip to Poland and today I’ll tell you a little more about Wroclaw and its wonders (here’s the link if you missed the first part). THE CITY I’m sure you’ll also be fascinated by Wroclaw’s beautiful buildings and you’ll spend…

Wrocław/Breslavia: 10 things to see

Here’s what I discovered for you : the city, where to sleep and where to eat …

Have you heard of Breslavia? It’s one of the wester Polish cities that developed on the shores of the Oder river; it’s the fourth largest city in the country and capital of the Bassa Slesia voivodeship. The city’s name in Polish is Wrocław (pronounced “vrotswaf”) but there are actually 156 different names for it; Wrocłow…

A party at the Atlantida Boutique Hotel

A weekend of wellness, good food and a lot of fun

I returned to Rogaška Slatina. I had been there some time ago, remember? This time I decided to spend a different weekend, without my usual photographers or any family members, but with five special friends: it’s time to celebrate my 40th birthday J yes, I have to admit it. It’s not my birthday yet (I’ll…

Slavonia, 10 things not to miss

Discovering the unexplored Croatia between Hungary and Serbia

This time I visited a little place that’s not so well known, because if I ask you “what do you know about Croatia?” I’m sure you’ll answer “the sea, Zagreb, Split” and maybe something extra. Some time ago the Croatian national tourism institute Croazia Full of Life asked me where I’d like to go for…

Grad Otočec, sleeping in a fairy tale

Discovering a Relais & Chtâeaux hotel in Slovenia

I’m in Slovenia, about an hour and a half from Trieste, in a perfectly positioned location because it’s just an hour from Lubljana and an hour from Zagabria. First of all I have to say that here, at Grad Otočec, the food is incredible (link article), but that’s not all; it’s a lovely place to…

Villa BellaVista, a dreamy bed & breakfast in Trieste

In Conconello there’s a stunning swimming-pool with a view on the city!

I usually don’t write about bed and breakfasts, but when they are as good as a 5 star Boutique Hotel I couldn’t miss it, could I? Villa BellaVista (beautiful view villa). This lovely building in Conconello couldn’t have a better name, as it has one of the best views of Trieste, a view which people…

Seven things to do in Bad Radkersburg

I return to Styria in search of some relaxing time

We have few certainties in life. One of mine is Austria! I truly love this country and as soon as possible I try to escape to the nearby region of Styria, just two hours and a half from Trieste. This time I went to discover Bad Radkersburg, the third city of this district in terms…

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