Spring began officially yesterday, so I though this is the perfect time for the last snowy post of this season. My trip to Zurich in January gave me a lot of opportunities to capture the beauty of the city under many different conditions. I enjoyed sunny and cloudy days, foggy mornings, […]Read More
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I was looking forward to explore a bit more of Switzerland during my last trip to Zurich. I had only a weekend so, after considering a few options, I decided to spend a day in Lucerne. I couldn’t have chosen better! Lucerne is located in central Switzerland in a stunning scenary: […]Read More
Reykjanes is a small peninsula in Iceland, just south of Reykjavik. It is well known because one of the main Icelandic atractions, the Blue Lagoon, is located there, as well as Keflavik airport. But Reykjanes is more than just the Blue Lagoon, it is much more! The peninsula is situated in […]Read More
One of the things I love about Zürich is that nature is so close to the city. Within a few minutes walk from the city centre you can reach the Zürichsee with all its beautiful birds and swans, there are many parks and green spaces, including two botanical gardens… But what I […]Read More
Last year, I visited Zürich for the first time. It was just before Christmas and I fell in love with this city. Zürich is small and beautiful, standing on the mouth of the Limmat river and the northern side of the Zürich lake (or Zürichsee). I think that time the city center […]Read More
I visited Iceland with my husband this summer. I’d never been there before but I knew the travel wasn’t going to disappoint me. We stayed there for 14 days, driving along the famous road 1 (which encircles almost the whole country), trying to explore the island as much as we could. It […]Read More
It took me some time to discover this magical location in the mountains of Wicklow, but now it’s one of my favourite places in Ireland. Glendalough (which means the “Valley of the Two Lakes”) is one of the most beautiful spots in Ireland. The ruins of a monastic settlement from the 6 century, […]Read More