Ionian Islands: Impressions, pictures and important travel details

February 8, 2017 seenplaces 0

Ionian Islands Strung along the shores of Western Greece, the Ionian Islands reveal yet another totally different facet of Greek landscape. Green and luxuriant, they have been for centuries the crossroads between mainland Greece and Western Europe, and as such they were able to develop their own culture, literature, art […]

London to Edinburgh on The Flying Scotsman

January 25, 2017 seenplaces 0

The Flying Scotsman   The Flying Scotsman is a rail route, train service and world-famous locomotive, in that chronological order. The route is the 627-km (390-mi) East Coast mainline from London King’s Cross to Edinburgh Waverley, created by the combined efforts of three different Victorian railway companies. The train service […]

Korkula- An idyllic place on Dalmatian Coast

December 6, 2016 seenplaces 0

Everything about Korkula It’s easy to see why the explorer Marco Polo would have been drawn back* his native town Korcula (assuming, that is, that it really was his native torn,, matter of some debate). There is no doubting the beauty of the place, a mosm of terracotta rooftops encircled […]

La Mezquita, Cordoba- The beauty of the Moorish style

October 10, 2016 seenplaces 0

La Mezquita, Cordoba In many presvious posts we spoke here about the beauties of Andalucia: Unique Natural Reserves, The local style of Pueblos Blancos or about the best dishes in that region. Today we want to spoke about one of the most famous mounment maded in the Moorsih Style. About […]

Beauties of Romania: Dracula’s Transylvanian Tour

October 8, 2016 seenplaces 0

  Dracula’s Transylvanian Tour   About Transylvania of Dracula Transylvania, part of Hungary and then of the Ottoman Empire, became Romanian in 1918. The name now is synonymous with spiky mountains and castles, dark forests, werewolves and Dracula the Vampire Count. In the last years, Transylvania  became a beloved place […]

On the pilgrim route to Santiago de Compostela

September 11, 2016 seenplaces 0

Via de la plata, Santiago de Compostela Pilgrim Route Impressions from Santiago de Compostella Santiago de Compostela, the ‘Jerusalem of the West’ was Europe’s first tourist destination. Ever since the 9th century, when skeletal relics supposedly belonging to St James (Santiago’s namesake) were discovered, people have been flocking here on […]