Capri is an idyllic island in Italy’s Bay of Naples. It’s known for its rocky but stunning landscape, panoramic views, juicy lemons and Blue Grotto. In fact, this dreamy island surprises one with many grottoes, but there’s nothing as stunning as Blue Grotto with its electric blue water. Capri is a famous day-trip destination. Italians … More The electric blue Capri
They say all roads lead to Rome. Well, in my case they have led me to all the other Italian cities so far and this time I found myself ordering Margherita pizzas on the streets of Napoli, sipping fresh lemon juice on Capri Island and wandering around on the hidden routes in Amalfi Coast. And … More Eat, pray, love (repeat!) – in Napoli
Did you know that Valletta is the smallest national capital in the European Union by area, being only 0,8 km²? Malta is super interesting and confusing (in a good way) country. It is impossible to say which country has influenced the island the most as one can spot a bit of Italian culture, that is spiced … More What is the first thing that comes to your mind when thinking of Malta?
Barcelona has always been on my bucket list. I have looked at this as a perfect weekend trip destination – good food, pleasant weather, perfect vibe and there’s always something going on. And what grew my interest in this capital of Catalonia even more is the news of the locals protesting against the tourism in … More Barcelona – the land of pride and sangria
The last destination of the trip was Milan, the capital of design and fashion. This one-time Roman capital might seem quite soulless initially, but while spending more and more time there, one will start seeing the love of beauty, detail to perfection, history and power that drives the city today. This is the place that … More 3 days in Milan
Few places are as romantic as Lake Como. We stayed in a small village called Griante, close to Menaggio and it was perfect because of its good ferry connections to other villages around the lake. The initial plan was to cycle around the lake to discover other villages, but after seeing the traffic there we … More Lago di Como
On the way to the Como Lake we spontaneously decided to have a stop in Verona. And that was one of the best decision I have made lately! Because of its architecture and urban structure Verona is awarded with World Heritage Site status by UNESCO. And the architecture was exactly what magnetized us there. We … More One day in Verona