Want to have a feeling of winter wonderland during Christmas time? Ask for nothing more: a short, nearly no elevation 6km round in Bad Leonfelden will get you all the snowy Christmas feeling you need!Continue reading
The title says it all. Here in Austria the vibe in November was all about lockdown v2.0. Homebound with seasons changing, enjoy this collection of vibrant colors.Continue reading
Another Austrian adventure, up among the famous Salzkammergut mountains, in an idyllic scenario with two of the best kept secrets of Austria: Vorderen and Hinteren Langbathsee.Continue reading
A quick overview about the last travel we managed to do just before the Worldwide closure due to Corona. How lucky we were to have the possibility to jump on a plane and to be on a whole new different country and culture in only few hours? Continue reading
Have some spare time in Austria and you don’t know if hiking is the best solution? Maybe you are up for swimming in a lake? Why can’t you do both? Continue reading
Did you know that Rimini, a well-know italian tourist location, was founded by the Romans in 268 BC? Continue reading
Haven’t you ever seen anything more Austrian than this pic? Continue reading
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.