City Breaks

The rich island-nation called Singapore

Singapore is always evolving and every time I visit it, I find it radically changed in its appearance. This rich island-nation of the Malay archipelago, full of history and traditions, ...

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Discovering the medieval cities of ...

Italy is undoubtedly the country of rare beauty and a thousand cities. With an artistic heritage that has no equal, Italy is the place where you can go from medieval ...

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The most beautiful villages of ...

Enchanting whitewashed enclaves, picturesque fishing villages that stretch out towards the sea and ancient hillside settlements surrounded by protective walls, the charming cities of Puglia deserve to let go in ...

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A French excellence called Saint-Émilion

I was very curious to see where the wine was born that made the city of Bordeaux famous all over the world and I could not miss the small town ...

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Bordeaux at first impression

Usually if we say France we think first of all to Paris, without taking into consideration that this nation is very rich in places (even less touristy) to be discovered. ...

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The colorful villages of Amalfi ...

A stretch of wild coast that winds from Salerno to Sorrento, the Amalfi Coast is like no other part in the world. It goes down from the hill to a ...

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Top 5 in Miami

As the song of Will Smith says: “Miami the bass and the sunset low. Everyday like a mardi gras, everybody party all day. No work all play, okay.” And he’s ...

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Buenos Aires one, two, ten, ...

Buenos Aires is like I imagined it. Charming, captivating, sensual. A city that you never get bored of seeing: one, two, ten, a hundred times. It was the beginning and ...

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A fairy tale called Lyon

Lyon has always been a destination that was on my bucket list but every time, at the end of the day, I chose something else. But then, as fate would ...

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How to define Delhi? Definitely ...

If someone asked me to define Delhi with an adjective I would say “full”, without thinking too much about it: it’s a big chaos. Full of people, true, but this ...

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