Let’s discover together the beauty and culinary traditions of some of the most beautiful and characteristic villages in southern Spain
The itinerary in the Capital of Greece, between millennia-old architecture, stories of ancient gods and tasty local cuisine
Athens is a unique city that knows how to combine its ancient and important history with the modern world. It has much to offer, both for those interested in art, history and legends related to the ancient gods, and for those who prefer social life, shopping and good traditional cuisine, both from sea and land. And all this always with a temperate and warm climate!
Trekking with the Sherpas of Nepal, in the nature of the highest mountain in the world
Mount Everest Base Camp trekking is definitely one of the most exciting and well-known trekking in the Himalayas, Nepal. It is a journey into nature, where you feel on top of the world.
An itinerary to discover the cultural and culinary fusion of Spanish land with ancient Arab culture
Granada is an Andalusian city that lies at the foot of the Sierra Nevada Mountains. It is a unique fusion of history, different civilizations and cultures, color, art and music. It is a city full of mysteries and legends, imported with the Arab culture or already existing, which have been mixed together over the centuries.
An itinerary to discover the fantastic Spanish city, between great art and world-famous traditional local cuisine
Valencia is an enchanting city in Spain, enchant its visitors with ancient sights, modern architecture and traditional dishes that have become legend. The evocative Old City balances with the modern and futuristic City of Arts and Science, designed by renowned architect Santiago Calatrava, a native of Valencia.
An itinerary to discover the beauty of the Portuguese city and its flavors
Porto is a wonderful city, made up of ancient buildings that drag you into another era. Strolling through its streets, in a continuous up and down, you experience the magic of this Portuguese City: stores bearing the old wooden signs, colorful facades, narrow alleys where you experience the daily life of its inhabitants.
The famous fortified wine, Port, takes its name from the city of Oporto, located at the mouth of the Douro River. Its fame is attributed to the need of English traders, at the time at war with the French, to find an alternative to the wines of their wartime rivals. Therefore they began intense trade relations to procure this sweet wine, reinforced with aquavit.
Wonderful places to visit and dishes to taste around the Swiss capital
Bern is a beautiful Swiss city, built on a human scale. It is surrounded by a wonderful river, the Aare, with light blue waters that looks like something out of storybook pictures. The city center is easy to visit, strolling among medieval buildings, curious fountains and historic towers.
Not far from the Swiss capital is another quaint town: Thun. Its setting is the Bernese Alps and the lake. Above the hill rises the white castle and lower down the town is crossed by the Aare River. Nearby are the St. Beatus Caves, a cave system traversed by underground waterfalls.
What to see and taste in St. Gallen, from the Baroque art of the Abbey and Library to the characteristic decorated Erker and the tasty bratwurst
Chur, the oldest city in Switzerland
What to discover in Chur, the oldest city in Switzerland and land of good beer
The first settlements in Chur, in the canton of Grisons, date back to the third millennium BC. Several centuries ago, an important local brewery was born here. Today it is the starting point of the Rhaetian Railways, which offer trips with fantastic views such as the Bernina.
The old town is picturesque, characterized by small streets and old colorful and frescoed houses. Around the city of Chur, snow-capped mountains offer enchanting scenery.
An itinerary in the small Tuscan city, among works of great Italian artists and good wine
Arezzo is a small town in the inner part of Tuscany, immersed in the beautiful hills of the Val di Chiana. From here over the centuries have passed great artists such as Piero Della Francesca and Cimabue. Arezzo, like all of Tuscany, is also famous for its cuisine and wines.
The city of Arezzo goes up and down, following the soft lines of its territory. It is rich in little artistic gems to discover. Besides this, it also offers tasty typical dishes and excellent Tuscan wine.