Marseilles is home to people from all over the world, whose traditions, languages and religions intertwine, making the city famous for being one of the most cosmopolitan in Europe. The lights, the colours and the smells belonging to different cultures create a magical atmosphere and give tourists the impression that they are visiting many different small cities instead of a large one. However, there is no reason to feel intimidated by a city whose every neighbourhood is different from all the others. Marseilles has so much to offer! It must be explored and discovered bit by bit because the very diversity of its inhabitants make this city a special, fascinating place.
Munich, a colourful city in which traditional and modern architectural styles mix, is the ideal destination for a dream holiday. It is particularly appealing to those who want to visit a city that has always been sheltered by the Alps and is hanging in balance between an unforgettable past and a future that is knocking at the door. Munich boasts its traditions, its beer industry, the friendliness and openness of its inhabitants and the history that has made it famous and has earned it the reputation of being the second capital of Germany. Munich is a collection of beautiful squares, interesting museums and large, green parks, all of which make it a fascinating city that conquers the hearts of its visitors. Continue reading “Munich: where modernity and tradition complete each other”
Bruxelles, home to the European Parliament and many other European institutions, is a city that is bustling with life and in which different cultures, traditions and styles mix. If you think that Bruxelles is famous only for the institutions it hosts you are terribly wrong. The museums, the squares, the streets, the chocolate and the beer tradition, the shopping venues and the delicious food make Bruxelles a destination that every tourist must visit. Continue reading “Bruxelles: Museums, art, beer and chocolate”
Kos, the capital of the island with the same name, is a town where the past and the present intertwine so tightly that they actually merge together. It is impossible to walk down the streets of the capital without feeling overwhelmed by a past that seems more real than the present itself. Historic palaces display their beauty alongside new buildings, making the island seem suspended between a past that is full of history and traditions and a present and future that firmly impose their presence on the scene. Continue reading “Kos: The history is talking to us”