Lugano is the largest town in the holiday region of Ticino, the Italian speaking Canton of Switzerland. Me and my husband decided to spend some time there, during the most perfect spring day! Being just an hour and a half from my hometown, I regret I didn’t visit it earlier: I have been in Switzerland before, but never visited Lugano and… I fell in love! Read More »
It’s no secret that visiting cemeteries is one of the things I enjoy the most. This could sound morbid to some, but keep in mind that European cemeteries are places full of art, history and beautiful trees. Opened in 1804, Père Lachaise is the most visited cemetery in the world, located in the 20th arrondissement on Boulevard de Mènilmontant in Paris.Read More »
It is no secret that Genoa is one of my favourite cities around the globe. I find its little streets intriguing, and the Old Port stately. I am never tired of visiting it, and come here as much as I can, as I live just a couple of hours from it.
The last time I visit Genoa I could spend only a day there, so I decided to make the most out of this limited time. I collected some ideas on how you could spend a single day in Genoa without missing the best spots under the palm trees!Read More »
When you think about beautiful places and cities to visit, you think about Venice. I recently spent a romantic weekend with my husband here! One of the things that always amazes me when I’m here is the relationship between the city and the water, which is ancient and extraordinary: Venice was built on water over 1,500 years ago!