Time to explore the beauty of Czech Republic again! Ready to visit the UNESCO World Heritage Site Český Krumlov? Continue reading
First time visiting Prague and I’ve considered the possibility to shoot mostly in black&white because the weather was snowy and really promising for this type of photography.
What’s interesting about this old city?
Capital of the Kingdom of Bohemia, it is now home to a number of famous cultural attractions such as the Prague Castle, Old Town Square with the Prague astronomical clock and the Jewish Quarter.
The city is home to 1.3 million people, but every year it receives more than 8.5 millions tourists.
An interesting fact, tourists may not find the usual horse rides in winter, but they may be intrigued by a particular ride with those old-styled cars.
Don’t forget to walk on Charles Bridge, which is coming from the early 14th century (1357) and it was standing as the only connection between the city and the castle until 1841.
Not much more info for this time, because I need to explore this city a bit better. Time was limited, but hey, it is worth a trip back!
Assisi is very famous for being the birthplace of St. Francis (italian San Francesco), who founded the Franciscan religious order in the town in 1208, and St. Clare (Chiara d’Offreducci), the founder of the Poor Sisters, which later became the Order of Poor Clares after her death.
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Picture this: it’s end of August and days are getting shorter but warm weather is still daunting us. What to do? Catch a flight to Gdańsk, Poland. Continue reading
Hamburg is the second biggest city of Germany and it is situated on the river Elbe. Why it’s so particular? Look at the colors in the photos and you will notice something. Continue reading
During the last two months I have traveled a couple of times in Germany and I had the occasion to visit two times Berlin. Now, if i say Berlin, what comes to your mind? Continue reading
Si, we are back to one of my all time favorite topics: wine. And this episode is about the most famous Austrian wine region, the Wachau. Continue reading