Tuesday, December 29, 2015

Trentino-Alto Adige

I’ve shared photos and places from Trentino, mainly because I really love Trentino but I have never  mentioned before that I lived in Trentino for a year. Here I discovered that I’m a naturelover: I love the lakes, the mountains, the long walks and I got attached to the idea of having a dog. I want a dog now

Monday, December 28, 2015


Innsbruck is the capital city of the Austrian state Tyrol. The city has been shaped by the past but still continues to evolve. Today, the impressive mountain setting and the magnificent, historic buildings meet the attractive modern landmarks.
In the past I've shared Christmas Markets in Innsbruck and Swarovski Kristalwelten but I never wrote about this wonderful city which architecture I love so much.

Saturday, December 26, 2015

Marostica’s Human Chess Game

Marostica is a medieval town, located in province of Vicenza, northern Italy, (90 km from Venice). Mostly famous for its spectacular event and folkloristic tradition The Human Game Chess which takes place in the town’s square in the second weekend of September. It’s a tradition started in 1923 inspired by an event from 1454. For this historic event, Marostica is also nicknamed ‘ La Città degli Scacchi ‘ - ‘The City of Chess ’.

Garda Lake

Garda Lake is definitely one of the most popular lakes of Italy. Surrounded by three distinct regions – Lombardy, Trentino Alto-Adige and Veneto, Garda Lake’s cultural diversity attracts a cosmopolitan crowd. It covers an area of 370 km², a length of 52 km and a depth of up to 350 m. I enjoyed Garda’s Alpine climate because it’s beautifully cupped between high mountains (some of them reach altitudes of more than 2,000 m) and that along with the majestic landscapes are the reason why this part of lake Garda is so popular with hikers, climbers and mountain bikers alike. Moreover, it is also the perfect venue for windsurfers and sailors. Ideal wind strengths and conditions render the northern part of Lake Garda a true paradise for them!

Monday, December 21, 2015

Postojna Cave

Postojna Cave is the largest Karst cave and the only one with a double track railway. It’s a fantastic network of 20 km of tunnels, beautiful passages, galleries and chambers with spectacular drop stones, pillars, limestone curtains and other unforgettable forms - one of the most visited natural landmarks in Slovenia.

Predjama Castle

The Castle is located 9 km from Postojna and 60 km from Ljubljana, the capital of Slovenija.
Predjama Castle literally owes it‘s name (predjama-in front of the cave).

Tuesday, December 1, 2015

Bolzano's Pyramids

This is the second post about these wonderful earth pyramids..In my first post I was telling that I once saw these pyramids in a magazine and fell inlove. But the first earth pyramids I saw, werern't these...and since I was whining all day about the pyramids I saw in the magazine that were so much bigger and many more of them, the next day we've decided to search these ones.And here they are. Isn't this place amazing? Unfortunately I could see these ones only from far away but the other ones from near. So it was a win-win that I saw the both places.
... Isn't this a spectacular view ?   

Wednesday, November 25, 2015

Waterfall in Calliano

Calliano - a small, charming village in Trentino-Alto Adige surrounded by a breathtaking landscape of vineyards and mountains. The village is situated along Rio Cavallo, the stream that descends from Folgaria and flows into the Adige River. Near the “Zambel” in Calliano, you find this characteristic waterfall, where the water runs fresh and clear. Far away from the crowds...it's a place I think only locals know about. And the fact that it's a small waterfall in a small village it only makes it very peaceful and truly beautiful.

Tuesday, October 20, 2015

Genoa's aquarium

Inaugurated in 1992 for the celebration of the 500th anniversary of Columbus's discovery of the New World, the Aquarium welcomes over a million visitors every year. The Aquarium is situated conveniently in the Old harbor, near the Bigo elevator and Biosphere. It's a nice way to hide from the afternoon sun and also entertaining. I could have stayed there and watch the dolphins playing for hours .. so relaxing ..

Tuesday, September 15, 2015

The Pyramids of Segonzano

Flipping through a magazine, I once saw in Northern Italy there are these Earth Pyramids and thought that I absolutely needed to see this natural wonder. So once I told someone about them, as a result I got here. These weren't the Pyramids I remembered but I was very happy I saw these ones!

Wednesday, September 9, 2015

Let it snow! let it snow!

Passo San Valentino, 1314m (Trento) february 2015
I found this in my drafts... and decided to post even if off-season, because it's not about a place - it's about an experience..about doing something for the first time and that was one hell of experience for me. I LOVE SNOW! but let me tell you that only by looking at these pictures I can still feel my butt freezing.

Tuesday, September 1, 2015

...a day in Brasov

Romania is filled with wonderful castles, lakes, serpentine roads, picturesque farmland and it's a perfect destination for budget travelers as it’s one of the cheapest countries in Europe. During my last roadtrip I decided to finally visit 'Dracula's castle'

Monday, August 24, 2015

Jesolo Lido

 Almost 2 years ago I wrote one of the first posts on my blog about the most popular North - Eastern's coast in Italy – Lido di Jesolo (Venice). This summer I was in Jesolo for more than 2 weeks.

Saturday, August 8, 2015


Liguria is the thinest and the smallest region of Italy. Genoa is the birthplace of Christopher Columbus and capital of Liguria and it's certainly big - the sixth biggest Italian city and the biggest seaport in Italy but the historic center is compact and walkable.
Many palaces, gorgeous churches, alleyways, an acquarium, a harbor and spectacular views - a wonderful city to explore.

Wednesday, August 5, 2015

Sunday, August 2, 2015


Heading north from Riomaggiore, the second village is Manarola, with population of 450 people.Manarola as Riomaggiore is characterized by the presence of the colorful house-towers and has preserved medieval fortifications which protected citizens from pirates.


Riomaggiore is the largest of the five villages – the region's favourite postcard view (which I told about in my 1st post) and definitely my favourite.

Saturday, August 1, 2015

Tuesday, June 30, 2015

Maroon 5 in Munich

 After Muse's live concert in Turin, 2 years ago I realized I love live concerts!

Wednesday, June 24, 2015

How to transform a sad place in a magic place

You know one of those days when you're in bed, scrolling through the news feed on facebook and suddenly see a wonderful place, full of colors.. and you think 'where in the world is this place ? '

Tuesday, April 14, 2015

Swarovski Kristallwelten

I've never seen so many crystals in one place, it's like a small paradise where everything sparkles.. just the way I like it and those who know me .. know what am I talking about :)

Saturday, March 28, 2015

Same place different season

I like to see same places in different seasons. Do you remember the breathetaking santa colomba lake? It looks so peaceful in summer .. It's a pleasure to have a walk near lake. Last weeks I was there again and that's what I found :

Beaches in Barcelona

After places to eat in Barcelona and hostals in Barcelona, I've decided to write a short post about beaches in Barcelona.