Brussels: Your European Metropolis

As I mentioned earlier in a previous post, I went to Belgium in summer 2018 and managed to visit four cities: Brussels, Ghent, Bruges and Antwerp. Certainly, I stayed in Brussels and did some day trips to the other three cities. It was really a wonderful week for me as Brussels took a piece ofContinue reading “Brussels: Your European Metropolis”

A Nice Day Trip in Bremen that also Perfected My Summer Holiday

As I mentioned in my previous post, one of the day trips I chose while I was visiting Hamburg was Bremen, where there are two magnificent UNESCO World Heritage Sites. The journey with train from Hamburg took longer than it was to Lubeck as I spent around an hour to arrive. However, I should sayContinue reading “A Nice Day Trip in Bremen that also Perfected My Summer Holiday”

My Journey in Rome, The Eternal City in Italy

Rome might be the most wanted destination for all Catholic Christian believers as the Vatican city and The Church of St. Peter are located here. People also call it the eternal city. It’s a very ancient European city as it was found around 750 BC. I got the opportunity to visit it when I hadContinue reading “My Journey in Rome, The Eternal City in Italy”

La Città Alta – A Part of Bergamo Where You’d Find Spectacular Hilltop Medieval Town

Earlier I wrote about one of the most outstanding company towns in The Province of Bergamo, Crespi D’Adda. Now, let’s explore the city of Bergamo itself, or a part of it (as Bergamo consists of the upper and lower city). Let’s talk about La Città Alta or the upper city. The upper city of BergamoContinue reading “La Città Alta – A Part of Bergamo Where You’d Find Spectacular Hilltop Medieval Town”

The City of a Hundred Towers Named Pavia

When you look at the title, I think you would ask, “Really one hundred?” – No worry as I also asked myself the same when I heard the nickname for the first time. Ancient Pavia can be reached with an hour train from Milan and it’s located in Lombardy Region, Italy. This is the city that’sContinue reading “The City of a Hundred Towers Named Pavia”