Rome is a city that’s crowded with tourists all year long. Wherever you go you can barely move due to the amount of people who are filling the streets and the museums. Tired of this? The Trastevere, a part of Rome on the other side of the river, is an oasis of calm and peace inside Rome’s madness. Continue reading →
Few cities in the world have such a close relationship with a river as Budapest does with the Danube. Since Budapest is two cities in one, Buda and Pest, and they’re both separated by this great river, the only way to get from one part to the other is by crossing the many bridges in the city, each with its own bit of history.
Whether you’re travelling alone and Barcelona is one of your many stops or you’re travelling especially to the city for a few days, where to eat is always a little bit of a dilemma… until now. Here are five restaurants in Barcelona where you can eat delicious food at low prices. Continue reading →
Prostitution has always been a popular subject in art and literature, but never more than in the 19th century in France, where artists and writers used prostitutes as a source of inspiration for their creative works.
An hour south of Florence, we find the gorgeous town of Siena, one of the most beautiful towns in Italy. Here, we can find the essence of this country embodied in all of its cultural forms, food and history.
Portugal has some of the most beautiful little towns that we can find in Europe, with a cultural and historical legacy that make them unique. Their beauty added to all the great traits of Portugal make them an ideal destination. Évora, in southeast Portugal, is the most beautiful one of them all. Continue reading →
Most train stations around the world have little or no character and are just constructions that we go through without noticing the outside, mainly because there is nothing to notice. However, that’s not the case in Paris. The train stations in Paris are mostly beautiful architectonic constructions with plenty of history behind them. Continue reading →