Amalfi is not a place where you need to go with your to do list, a tight schedule or a must see check list, it’s a place that expects you to discover it, to feel it and to taste it! My first and only advise I can really give you is this: forget the list at home, go enjoy getting lost, have that gelato, taste that limoncello, live loud and love hard! Read More
You either love it or you hate it! There is no 'I kind of like it'! It's crowded - oh so crowded, it’s dirty, it smells and the traffic is hell! Buuuut it's also full of colors, awesome crazy people, beautiful buildings and amazingly good food! Napoli is the place to go if you want to feel alive and if you want to experience the veritable Italian spirit! Read More
Oh, the Stuttgart City Library is a piece of heaven for book lovers and for photographers. I could have stayed there for 3 days in a row without getting bored. You can pick up any book you want, you can stay and work on your laptop or you can just enjoy the silence. Read More
It’s not easy to travel solo but every trip has thought me something. When I left for Athens I was wondering what more can I learn about myself. On Venice I found out that I can enjoy a romantic city if I ignore all the touristic stuff around me, in Barcelona I learned to eat dinner by myself in a restaurant and in Germany that I’m not a weirdo if I walk alone in the rain with a camera!
Well, Athens showed me that I can stand up for myself and it made me realize that I’m the only one responsible for my happiness! Read More
Lisbon and Sintra! I must say from the beginning that I liked Porto a little bit more. But that might be because we visited Porto first and it is a smaller, more coquette version of Lisbon. That doesn't mean that I didn't like Lisbon, it's a ... Read More
1400km by car, about 200+km walking and a gazillion floors. Well, hills... and maybe not a gazillion, but surely felt like it! My goal was to talk about Obidos, Porto, Lisbon and Sintra and to keep it short. Because I couldn't manage to keep it short, I'm going to talk about the first two in this post. Read More
In three days in Algarve we saw some of the most beautiful beaches ever, walked around the small towns, swam in the cold waters of Atlantic, visited some breathtaking caves, drank good wine and had a lot of fun! Read More