Tag Archive: architecture

Verona – A city break full of music, history and architecture

      Have you ever been to Verona or just thinking about traveling to? No? Then this is the moment when you should put the city with a 2000 years old history… Continue reading

Hong Kong – Temples, skyscraper, shopping hell and more things to explore

Hong Kong is a huge and a small city in one. Huge by its number of inhabitants living on a comparatively small area. On the first glance the city seems to be very… Continue reading

Hong Kong – A birthday present for myself or I did it again

    2016 fells like 2015 in the first months – time was flying faster than the years before and my birthday was coming closer… And as well the idea about a present to… Continue reading

Ibiza – Sleeping beauty and party animal

  What a weather in March so far – grey, rainy and windy -. The perfect invitation to look for a sunny place for the long Easter weekend. The lucky coincidence and a… Continue reading

Nuremberg – A Sunday in Germany’s south

  Yes to be honest it was a very lazy Saturday night with friends. After a huge and very delicious meal and some drinks we were not able to move anymore which made… Continue reading

Vienna – What to do and how to go around

I had been in Vienna before but it was a while ago and I hardly can remember the most things. What a pity I figured out soon just after a my morning stroll… Continue reading

Vienna – Why a walk on a cold February evening is a must do

  Ok to be honest my dinner was not that good as I hoped after I read the reviews on Tripadvisor. But this and my uncomfortable seat at the bar made me earlier… Continue reading

Vienna – A Saturday in February

A business trip to Vienna was the reason I decided it would be a great idea to explore more of the city than I have seen yet. Last time I spent time in… Continue reading

Bologna – a surprise for shopping addicts and food lovers

Traveling to Bologna just happened by coincidence. What brought us to the city with an almost 1000 years old university – the oldest one in Europe – and the culinary hometown of world-famous… Continue reading

Trinidad – Colonial style and Salsa

  One of the most popular places to visit is a town named Trinidad. 75000 inhabitants and UNESCO world heritage site since 1989 – built in the 19th century -. The main square… Continue reading