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Copenhagen: the premier capital of northern Europe

Published on April 14, 2011 | by Andrea Guerriero

Copenhagen has been voted as the “best tourist destination in 2011” by European tourists, who have preferred it to Barcelona, Berlin, Rome and Madrid. How can we not agree …  This “friendly old girl of a town” offers shopping, culture... Read the rest


Istanbul – Between Sacred and Profane

Published on April 13, 2011 | by Andrea Guerriero

Istanbul spreads on the Bosphorus Strait and this is the only city in the world that is part of two continents, Asia and Europe. Traveling to Istanbul means entering into contact with a multifaceted reality, with noisy but very friendly... Read the rest


6 things not to miss in Stockholm

Published on March 9, 2011 | by Andrea Guerriero

Stockholm and its surroundings really deserve a long and accurate trip, but if you had the opportunity to stay only two or three days, here there are a number of indications about “things not to be missed”, places, monuments, museums... Read the rest


Visiting Copenhagen on a tight budget

Published on March 1, 2011 | by Andrea Guerriero

The first free appointment in Copenhagen can only be a salute to the Little Mermaid, Den lille havfrue, erected in 1913 in honor of Danish writer Hans Christian Andersen. But many other attractions await tourists who have little money but... Read the rest


Amsterdam: the city of lust

Published on January 27, 2011 | by Francy

Seven cities for seven deadly sins. Amsterdam:  lust “… he kissed my mouth while trembling, The book and his author were our Galeotto: we read no further from that day on”.... Read the rest


Brussels: the engaging Capital

Published on January 10, 2011 | by Francy

The capital of Belgium, seat of the European Union, is one of the most cosmopolitan cities of the Old Country, yet has retained a charm that makes it a man-sized city, intriguing and seductive. The wealth of historical monuments, palaces... Read the rest


Bruges, a romantic open-air museum

Published on December 8, 2010 | by Francy

Bruges, amazing city in West Flanders, is a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 2000. Completely surrounded by canals, the Reien, Bruges preserves its original medieval architecture, well-rendered in the ancient church of Our Lady, in Gothic style with a bell... Read the rest


Innsbruck: snow, and more

Published on November 24, 2010 | by Francy

There are as many as 280 kilometers of trails and nearly a hundred lifts at the Olympia SkiWorld, the ski resort in the Austrian Tyrol which includes eight smaller districts among which that of Innsbruck. But Innsbruck is also a... Read the rest

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