Apart from museums, travelling, and strictly the term “heritage travel”, another topic that intrigues me is sustainable travel. When I recently went to the Province of South Tyrol, in Italian Alps, for the second time (and the first time in a spring season), I visited
It’s finally the time to introduce a new country into my repertoire. Even though Slovenia is a neighbor country of mine, I haven’t done much culture travel in that country. During my recent visit to Ljubljana, I managed to visit three places, first of them
The month of February is dedicated to museum inspiration, or better said, to inspiring museums. To start it with a style, I chose to present a culture route and a few castles that tell the story. This January was the month of thinking about Embracing
This is an article for people who like to climb to tops of the hills. That’s the experience no one can escape while visiting Coimbra. Located in the heart of Portugal, Coimbra is a middle sized city, of dimensions similar to those of Rijeka (Croatia) and
Dubrovnik is one of the most astonishing historical towns in Europe. These Walls above the sea, rich architecture and beautiful surrounding landscapes… It always makes visitors wanting to stay, take pictures, and so on. This is my very first article about Dubrovnik. I had been
For the first time since I started blogging, I decided to write a post about my hometown. Not being one of the most well-known or “must-visit” cities in the country, Rijeka can be well considered a hidden gem. To be more precise, I will now
Museo delle Done. Frauen Museum. The Women’s Museum. This is aiming to be the greatest of all articles ever written by me, dedicated to all the great women and men.
The Museum’s name is South Tyrol Museum of Archaeology. It’s situated in the cute and beautiful city with two names – one name is Bolzano, other is Bozen.
A good day in any city is composed of many moments and experiences – walking, shopping, seeing buildings and monuments, eating, drinking, visiting a place you dreamed about. Honestly, I did not have any clear idea about enjoying a day in Milan before visiting the
You will have enough time to sleep, have a plentiful breakfast and take your coffee or tea. Visits to museums never occur too early in the morning.