A couple of tweaks from Italian Lidl

Another grocery haul woohoo! This time I bring you a few treats from Lidl Italia typical for this country that you really cannot leave out while passing by.   Panna Cotta with caramel…oh gosh, this thing is unbelievably tasty. It tastes great also with raspberry topping   Chocolate mousse…surely worth of trying..   I haven’t […]

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Volterra

Hello everybody! If you have time to see only one hill town while you’re in Tuscany, Volterra gets my vote. What? Not San Gimignano? Well, San Gimignano is nice for those who love huge crowds of foreign tourists surging through cramped streets…These days, until the furor dies down, the most beautiful thing about San Gimignano […]

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Unusual night in Firenze

Hello everybody! Florence is an old city with lots of Renaissance architectural gems, but, surprisingly, also is a hot spot for great nightlife. Around the Basilica of Santa Croce, which remains quiet and spiritual during day, you will find many bars and restaurants open in the evening with a great, lively atmosphere. Explore the city […]

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Unusual evening in Firenze

Hello everybody! A recent study by Italian economists revealed that the richest families in Florence today are the same as they were in 1427. That’s just one of the ways that this incredible city hasn’t changed in hundreds of years: the skyline is still dominated by the gobsmacking fifteenth-century dome of Santa Maria del Fiore, […]

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Unusual day in Firenze

Hello everybody! Why to sit behind your computer and sadly look at the beautiful pictures of the Tuscany region when you can see it in person? Amazing tourist spots such as Uffizi Gallery, Cattedrale di Santa Maria del Fiore (the dominant of Firenze – you can´t really say, whether is is more beautiful inside or […]

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Late night in Genoa, Italy

Hello everybody! This Italian port town is packed with appeal but often misses out on the attention it deserves, eclipsed by its more famous city counterparts in the south. Aside from being home to Italy’s oldest football team, and the site of Europe’s – arguably the world’s – first bank, Genoa has bags of medieval charm, complete with cathedrals, […]

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Cinque Terre

Hello everybody! One of the most dramatic sceneries in the world composed of these five ingeniously constructed fishing villages can bolster even the most jaded spirits. Sinuous paths traverse seemingly impregnable cliffsides of this UNESCO World Heritage List member, while a railway from 19th century lead through a series of tunnels and will ferry you […]

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OUR EUROTRIP 2017

Day 1 28.3.2017 travelling by bus all night long, in the morning arriving to the beautiful Austrian town of Innsbruck. We visited picturesque Ambras Castle, got up to the mountains by a cableway Seegrubenbahn and did some sightseeing in the town. Of course, we couldn’t forget the shops and also spent some hours in stores […]

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