A tour through one of the most impressing palaces in Italy: The Palazzo Reale in Turin. For centuries, it was the royal home of the powerful and wealthy House of Savoy dynasty, which were the kings of Sardinia and later even of Italy.
In this episode I’m showing you around the city of Turin and its culture with a focus on its main attractions.
For the first time after the lockdown I travel back to Florence in Italy. See in this video which impact the Covid-19 has on security measures and tourism.
We are continuing our journey to Lucca, a Tuscan city 20 km northeast from Pisa. Discover in this episode the fully preserved 4 kilometer long city wall as well as the old town with its numerous churches, towers, palaces and the amphitheater.
We arrive at the most famous place in the Tuscany: Florence. The city is considered as the cradle of the renaissance and possesses numerous works of art. We take you on the top of the famous cathedral and inside its museum, to the Palazzo Vecchio, the Medici-Riccardi palace and the Mercato Centrale.
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In season 2 my brother and I take you on a road trip from Rome to the Cinque Terre. During 12 day we traveled around 700 km and have visited some of the most beautiful and also hidden places in Italy. Join us on our journey and experience all the adventures and impressions that were expecting us.
Catania is rich of culture and history. In this episode I would like to show you two main attractions which underline that, the Teatro Massimo Bellini and the Roman Theater of Catania.
Weekly or even daily markets have a big tradition in Italy and are even today an important meeting point for the locals. One of the most interesting markets is the lively fish market “La Pescheria” in Catania, Sicily. From the early morning until lunchtime, the fisherman are (loudly) offering their catches and loudly praise their goods. Beside the fish market see the daily life of the “Catanesi” and why they make the city so lively.
We are going southwards! The first time in my Vlogs I’m documenting the most southern region of Italy and the biggest island in the Mediterranean sea: Sicily. Our tour starts at the foot of the mount Etna volcano in the city of Catania.
Near to the biggest lake in Italy, the Lake Garda, lies the city of Brescia. Discover in this episode the city’s beautiful Renaissance architecture, its rich archeological heritage and why its also called as the Lioness of Italy.