Granada reminds Seville, which is not surprising: the same Andalusia with a corrida, flamenco, wine and other southern mischief.
The ancient youth of Granada reminds Salamanca: one fifth of the city’s population, exceeded 2,000 years, are university students. Formed in the 16th century, today it is considered one of the most prestigious in Spain, and indeed in Europe. Continue reading
A small adventure with a happy outcome added joyful exaltation and made further stay in Venice even brighter. Therefore, the Doge’s Palace, in which we went, fascinated me easily.
Erected in the 9th century as the first government palace, it remained its main residence until the conquest of Venice by Napoleon. Continue reading
Little Italy is washed by 4 seas, and this alone makes it a dream of beach lovers! But the country seemed set to make it accessible to all, aggravating the amount of water: there are about 1,500 Alpine, volcanic and lagoon lakes. Continue reading