Despite the fact that everything about Venice is told, seen, and shot, every city visitor has his or her own story to tell, something that no else experienced before.
St. Marco’s Square. Venice
This is probably the most famous place of Venice - St. Marco's Square. Words are unnecessary ❤
Venice. Part 2.
... So I ordered half-raw and half-desolved rice risotto with old sea food. It was a strange porridge, which resemble the one in the 90s Russia in kindergartens and schools, without seafood food though. Yes, it was terrible, I took a couple of bites, and put it aside. The waiter asked if I liked the… Continue reading Venice. Part 2.
Italy, Venice. Part 1.
Time to tell you about Venice. I won't go here with the information about sightseeing, which you can easily access on the Internet. Instead, I will tell you about my emotions and experiences. I had only 1,5 day in Venice to enjoy the place. I booked the hotel in the area, called Mestre as it… Continue reading Italy, Venice. Part 1.
Pictures of Koper
Like I promised, here are my random pictures of lovely Koper...
Titov Trg, Sightseeing in the Heart of the City
One of the historic spots in Koper is Titov trg or Tito Square. The square was functioning as a market from around the 15th century, and it was one of the most beautiful markets in the area. The square is framed by the historically and culturally significant buildings, among which is the Assumption Cathedral. The… Continue reading Titov Trg, Sightseeing in the Heart of the City
Dia de Portugal
Yesterday, 10th of June, Portugal celebrated the National holiday - Day of Portugal, also known as Camões. This holiday is dedicated to Luís Camões, who wrote a poem about great Portuguese explorations. Congratulations, dear Portugal! Thank you for sharing your discoveries and amazing historical facts with me and for introducing confidential and knowledgeable people. It… Continue reading Dia de Portugal
Today is the National Day in Sweden. Congratulations! The first time I visited the country in 2008, and I fell in love with its history, particular architecture, and lovely people. Picture from my Instagram
Mdina is the former capital city of Malta. Nowadays, it is called the 'Silent City' because it is there hardly any cars and traffic. Indeed, the atmosphere of this historical place is indescribable. There is a sacred silence in the air. You are allowed to talk, but you just don't want. There are tiny shady… Continue reading Mdina, Malta
Upcoming Travel Posts
My dear friends, Recently, I have been summarising my travel experiences, and I have a lot of new topics piled up. Here is the plan/draft: - Final post on gorgeous Malta -Trip to Venice - The discovery of new love - Slovenia - Trip to the sourthern neighbours - Denmark -Autumn trip to the South-West… Continue reading Upcoming Travel Posts