Brno is Czech Republic’s second largest city and the capital city of Moravia.
Other than for the races, hosted in the famous Brno’s Masaryk Circuit, the city is an important and growing cultural centre, full of life and unexpected spots.
The landscape is dominated by the Špilberk Castle and the incredible vertical steeples of the Cathedral of Saints Peter and Paul on Petrov Hill.
On the surrounding, the sweet landscape of Moravia invites to get a stroll or to begin a relaxing bicycle excursion. Another option is to head to one of the many winery to have a glass.
There’s not too much to say about this amazing, unique and worldwide famous city. Its charm and majesty are undeniable.
Being in Paris on these days has allowed me to breathe its grandeur, walking around alone and admiring the city all lighted up at night. I won’t never be tired.
I usually post pics from wonderful places around the world, but sometimes there’s also space for something a bit different.
Berlin is a wounded city. Despite the city is growing exponentially as one of the most important cultural centers in Europe and in the world, the scars of its violent, and unfortunately recent, past are still visible.
The former East Berlin is a treasure island for the lovers of abandoned and sometimes creepy locations. They’re quite stunning in their decay, as the buildings of the controversial 1936’s olympic games and the famous Spreepark, an abandoned amusement park.
For more locations and infos on places like these in Berlin, you can visit the page http://www.abandonedberlin.com.
Suva is Fiji’s capital city and one of Oceania’s most cosmopolitan city. It is on the island of Viti Levu, and has a population of 85000.
The city offers many venues, parks, and many exotic, varied and interesting food experiences and of course is a nice beginning for a visit on this beautiful archipelago.
It’s quite hard to describe a place like Florence, where different souls meet in the same place: on one side you have the magnificence and incredible grace of some of the most beautiful pieces of art ever (Brunelleschi’s famous cupola and dome, Michelangelo’s David, Botticelli’s Venus just to write down the most famous), and on the other side you have a city where a simple stroll in the “città vecchia” (old town) may uncover unexpected surprises, like a nice dinner in a trattoria, a glance on the Arno river from Ponte Vecchio, a delicious snack in one of Florence’s food market or shopping on one of the flea markets of the city.
Not to forget the visit to the Uffizi Museum, the city offers a magical not-to-miss view, especially at night, from Piazzale Michelangelo, from where every monument shines of its own proper light.
It’s sometimes hard to connect a country made up of thousands of little islands and little villages and town located on the most remote islands, like the Lofoten Archipelago.
The bridges that connect these extreme lands are quite artistic in their forms and of course, they challenge the laws of physics.
The beauty of this mystical temple, the most hidden and precious treasure in Jordan, is undeniable.
But every Monday, Wednesday and Thursday, the visitors can enjoy Petra lightened up by 1800 candles.
A show that one won’t easily forget.