Author Archive for Anna Moggia

Getting lost to find Venice

Getting lost to find Venice

The only way to immerse oneself into the true medieval atmosphere of Venice is to get totally lost amidst the labyrinth of canals and narrow alleys. And what a surprise to find so many beautiful places without a soul in sight. Just turn a corner into any narrow, lonely alley which will either reach a […]

Top 5 attractions in Bolzano

Top 5 attractions in Bolzano

Bolzano is one of the most beautiful cities in Northern Italy as well as being the gateway to the magical world of the Unesco Dolomites and perfectly portrays the fusion between Mediterranean and Central European culture and traditions. The Ice Man One of Bolzano’s most famous attractions is a 5300 year old man. He was […]

5 international sporting events to look out for in the Dolomites

5 international sporting events to look out for in the Dolomites

The UNESCO Dolomites are the ideal setting for a variety of sporting events – a meeting point for sports professionals and fans. This amazing and unique scenery is the backdrop for many international races. Here are just some to look out for Tour of the Alps The Dolomites have always been an important feature in […]

Is Venice succumbing to tides or tourists?

Is Venice succumbing to tides or tourists?

I was truly amazed to discover that the magnificence which is Venice is on a list of 12 places to avoid visiting in 2018! Not only is this one of the most precious and beautiful cities in the world, it is in fact an open-air museum and should be treated with the utmost respect and […]

5 reasons to include Umhlanga on your South African vacation

5 reasons to include Umhlanga on your South African vacation

Umhlanga is a seaside resort located on the east coast of South Africa. A tropical paradise facing the Indian Ocean and immersed  in lush green vegetation. One of the most beautiful coastlines in the world, with golden beaches stretching northwards for more than 200 kilometers. Only a 10 km drive from the international King Shaka […]

Top 5 reasons to visit the Christmas markets in the Dolomites

Top 5 reasons to visit the Christmas markets in the Dolomites

The crisp air of the Unesco Dolomite mountains during the winter season seem to have a warmer glow during the Christmas festivities. The larger cities and smaller mountain towns are dressed up in magical lights and amazing Christmas decorations. The tradition of Christmas markets in German-speaking countries dates back to the Middle Ages which is […]

5 reasons to choose The Three Peaks for a Winter holiday in the Dolomites

5 reasons to choose The Three Peaks for a Winter holiday in the Dolomites

The ski resort of Three Peaks Dolomites is located in South Tyrol amidst the Unesco World Heritage Dolomites. It remains an undiscovered and uncrowded ski experience even after winning multiple awards. The ski runs are perfectly groomed and with an efficient system of man made snow, skiing is always guaranteed. Providing more than 100 km […]

Top tips for a ladies-only trip to Berlin

Top tips for a ladies-only trip to Berlin

The city of Berlin is a melting pot of different cultures all blending to give it a vibrant yet serene atmosphere. It is a vast city, made up mainly of large parks and many waterways. Berlin is one of the most important historical cities of Europe and even though 60% of the city was destroyed […]

5 of the most popular attractions in South Tyrol

5 of the most popular attractions in South Tyrol

This year has seen a large influx of tourists visiting the Italian UNESCO Dolomites – the main reason being to escape the extreme heat which enveloped the rest of the country. Most of these tourists are Italian as this spectacular region is still off the beaten track for the international traveler. So why should one […]

5 great reasons to visit Little Venice

5 great reasons to visit Little Venice

The Italian Adriatic coast stretches along 90 kilometers of shoreline which lie on the Adriatic Sea. Mostly made up of very busy seaside towns like Rimini, we will explore the lesser touristy side of this beautiful and historical area of Italy. Little Venice The small town of Comacchio lies 3 kilometers from the coast on […]

5 historical reasons to visit the Dolomites

5 historical reasons to visit the Dolomites

The Dolomites were proclaimed a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2009 not only for being among the most spectacular mountain landscapes in the world, but also for the geological and historical vital role they portray in revealing the past of our planet. From the sea to the sky While walking amidst the high peaks of […]

Finding five of the secret covered passages of Paris

Finding five of the secret covered passages of Paris

The covered passages or arcades of Paris were constructed at the end of the 18th century on the then wealthy right bank to allow residents of the area to shop in all weather, take a shortcut or relax in a restaurant or tea salon. What a delight to accidentally encounter one of these mysterious and […]

5 reasons to visit the birthplace of the violin

5 reasons to visit the birthplace of the violin

Cremona is a small city in northern Italy and is famous as the number one center of violin makers in the world. This art has been handed down through the centuries and lives on to this day. Built on the banks of Italy’s most important river, it’s relevance in trade and commerce led to it’s […]

5 historical features you shouldn't miss in Ferrara

5 historical features you shouldn’t miss in Ferrara

Ferrara is one of Italy’s lesser known but very significant cities. A city which historically was as important as Florence and Venice, recognized by Unesco as The City of the Renaissance. A visit to Ferrara is a Journey of discovery into the world of medieval and renaissance architecture and art. The Estense Castle The Castello […]

The fabulous 5 in the Dolomites

The fabulous 5 in the Dolomites

The popular Cinque Terre on the Italian Riviera are a cluster of five fishing villages perched on the cliffs that overlook the Mediterranean Sea. Tourists from far and wide include a stop here on their visit to Italy. The vibrant colors of the ancient homes, the spectacular coastal hikes and the perpetual company of the […]

Top 5 off-the-beaten track things to do in Istanbul

Top 5 off-the-beaten track things to do in Istanbul

I visited this mesmerizing city for the first time in February of this year and fell in love! Fell in love with it’s dazzling colors, vibrant sounds, intriguing scents and wonderful people. I have only just returned from my second visit to find that I am infatuated! Friends and family were flabbergasted that I should […]

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