City Breaks

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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5 things not always so ...

Amsterdam is one of my favorite cities in the world and this is not a secret. It is inside of my personal selection of favorite places where I would live ...

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How to explore Rome

Rome is one of the largest cities in the world, but with so much to see and do, it can prove quite arduous for the visitor on his first visit. ...

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Naples is rich of surprises

When someone asks me what are my favorite cities in the world, I always include Naples. The riot of colors, the true and well-defined soul, the contradictions, the art of ...

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Avignon: contemporary city with a ...

Once the center of the Catholic world, the charming Provencal city of Avignon is now full of youthful energy, contemporary festivals and trendy boutiques. Surrounded by medieval ramparts and flanked ...

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The melancholic indolence of Lisbon

The sky of Lisbon is of an intense blue, without a cloud and locals tell me it’s always like this: dazzling, perfect, clean. And this is a fantastic visiting card ...

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The undeniable values of Segovia

Spain is certainly one of the most desired destinations by travelers all over the world, thanks to its different facets and traditions, which make it a nation to be discovered. ...

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A fast weekend in Athens

When you say Greece, you think sun, heat, sea, white and blue villages perched on islets. When you say Athens, you think about Parthenon and an huge capital with chaotic ...

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I need to be in ...

As always, Sicily has surprised me once again for the beauty of its places, for the goodness of its food and for the friendliness of locals. I think I will ...

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