All, Buildings, Italy, Nature, Tivoli, Travel

Villa d’Este, Tivoli

It was soooo breathtaking! So many water fountains! Such expansive villa. There was also a musical sculpture powered by water pressure, after 500 years, still running well! Villa D’Este is a must see when you want to visit a more suburban area with lovely gardens, open space and hundreds of fountains. We were lucky, the weather was […]

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Vatican Museum

Get your ticket online, choose the night session (Friday night weekly) as there should be fewer visitors 😉 We bought the ticket in advance directly from their website , got the audio guide (was located at the 2nd level) with an extra fee and printed the ticket. A tip: be in the queue earlier than scheduled. […]

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All, Buildings, city, food, Italy, Palermo

Palermo, You’re Quaint! 

Palermo was just what I needed. Small town full with historical gorgeous buildings, foods to die for, warm weather, seaside and Madalina 🤗 It was less organized than Rome, nonetheless it had its own charm. Comparing the glossy tourist town to Palermo, a more ordinary life. If you’re wondering about the mafia scene, we’ll it’s […]

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All, Buildings, Czechia, People, Prague, River, Streets, Travel

Enchanting Prague

Ah, what can I say about Praha? Its beauty, its art nouveau, its food. 👇 Buildings and art nouveau. Danube river views. Charles bridge views. Shoe! 👇 What can I say? I’m a HHUUGEE fan of art nouveau, so when we saw the Dali, Warhol and Mucha Exhibition– I’ve got to see Mucha’s! Apparently, you’ll need to pay […]

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Parliament Building Tour Berlin

It’s free! And really great! Parliament Building in Berlin is also known as Bundestag. There are 2 visits you can apply, the visit to Dome and the guided tour. For both tours you have to apply in advance, they are free. Highly recommended is the guided tour, we booked 3 months in advance. Bring your passport with […]

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