We travel on to one of the most famous coastal areas of Italy: The Cinque Terre, a twelve kilometers long coastal strip in the region of Liguria. Of the in total 5 villages we are visiting the picturesque former fisherman’s village “Riomaggiore” and during the sunset hours the village of “Portovenere” which isn’t part of the Cinque Terre but nevertheless absolutely must-see.
In this episode we discover the hill town San Gimignano famous for its medieval tower houses. The so-called medieval Manhattan of the Tuscany got its name from the 72 tower houses existing towards the end of the Medieval period.
Situated at the foot of the Alps lies Bergamo, a beautiful city overlooking the Po level on a top of a hill. Discover in this episode must see places and attractions.
When you walk through Milan you will recognize quite fast that this city has a lot of trendy and inspiring restaurants offering you a positive atmosphere and even better food. I set off to find and bring you my top 5 inventive restaurants in the capital of Lombardy.
Top 5 activities for a weekend in Desenzano del Garda
Desenzano del Garda is the largest town at the southwestern shore of Lake Garda. Already the Romans settled down in…
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S1 – E9 – My 1st Italian language stay – Arrival in Sestri Levante – Part 1
In mid-July 2018 the moment has finally arrived when I attended my first ever language stay. See in the following episodes my adventures I could experience during my Italian language stay.
New Lavazza headquarter including a museum, Slowfood bistro and gourmet restaurant
On June 8, 2018, the Italian market leader for coffee products “Lavazza” inaugurated its new headquarters called “la Nuvola” (the cloud). On some of the total 30,000 square meters, the new headquarter offers an interactive museum, Slow Food bistro, and a gourmet restaurant. Get an insight into their world of coffee.
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Corpus Christi festivity in Bolsena and Montefiascone
Every year, since more than 200 years, the “Infioratori” of the towns Bolsena and Montefiascone prepare flower carpets up to 3 kilometers long for the Corpus Christi festivity. Discover the beautiful flower designs, the solemn procession and the unbelievable work behind it including all relevant visitor information.