Tuesday 17 May 2011
Valencia has always contended the primacy of night life with Barcelona and Madrid, but the Valencian movida is truly unique, much more discreet and less noisy. Tourists who wander in the centre of the city are often invited for a drink to try the famous Agua de Valencia, typical cocktail made with orange juice, Cointreau, Vodka, Cava and Champagne, possibly served along with a good Paella, typical recipe from this beautiful city.
Monday 16 May 2011
One of the most beautiful places in Belgium, and perhaps in Europe, Bruges is the capital of West Flanders, well preserved from a historical point of view, insomuch as that the entire historical centre has been recognized as a world heritage site by UNESCO.
Friday 13 May 2011
When thinking of Greece as a destination where to spend summer holidays at the sea, certainly the first places that come to mind are the archipelagos and islands such as the Cyclades, Crete or Corfù, rather than other beautiful towns on the coast of the Peloponnese as the Bay of Navarino or Patras. Well, good to know that even the seaside of Athens offers dramatic emotions to all its visitors.
Thursday 12 May 2011
Dubrovnik is located on the southern tip of Croatia, and is undoubtedly one of the most fascinating cities in Europe. A maze of streets, alleys and splendid churches and palaces. In summer, most of these places will host a not-to-be-missed event that happens every year since 1950: the Dubrovnik Summer Festival.
Wednesday 11 May 2011
One of the most famous and beautiful areas in Malaga is its long waterfront, from which you can access the equally beautiful beaches. Along a “walk” of over 14 km of coastline, you will find the numerous beaches of Malaga, about 16 in total. From urban sandy or rocky beaches to more isolated, pristine sea sides to the east, in Malaga you can enjoy sea and sun however you want!
Tuesday 10 May 2011
From June 22 to 26, many concerts will take place at various locations in the city of Amsterdam, in addition to a major closing event in the open air of Oosterpark (Roots Open Air) with free admission. Performances will be divided across several podiums set up in the park, offering a great variety of music from around the world. The Amsterdam Roots Festival stands out for its ability to present artistic talents in a crossover between different cultures and styles.
Monday 9 May 2011
Bordeaux is one of the most important cities in southwest France, with a mild climate all year long and a great history that make it an interesting place to visit. Located on the Garonne River, Bordeaux is the oldest trading port in France after Marseilles. The wine trade began to flourish in Roman times and today the city is considered one of the world capitals of wine.
Friday 6 May 2011
The Palio of Siena is not one of those events held to attract tourists, but rather is the purest expression of Siena’s lifestyle, culture and feelings. Nevertheless, this event is renowned throughout the world and those travelling to Tuscany for their holidays in the periods of the Palio, rarely miss a stop in Siena!
Thursday 5 May 2011
Agrigento is one of the most frequented tourist destinations in Sicily, easily reachable by car after landing in Palermo. This lively city owes its fame to the beautiful remains of Greek temples, which are among the best preserved of the world. This is the Valley of the Temples, a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1998.
Wednesday 4 May 2011
June is a pretty quiet month for trade fairs in Europe. At the same time, take place some events that in the world of annual happenings have an international importance. Such as Pitti Uomo in Florence for fashion, Intersolar Europe in Munich for the world of photovoltaic and solar energy and the BTC in Rimini for the business tourism sector.