Only a few years ago, I started visiting cemeteries, places that attract tourists (for a long time now). Although initially, the idea did not appeal to me, I now admit that London cemeteries deserve a visit (both monumental and smaller ones): whether large or small, hidden and unknown or famous and visited, almost all hide…Continue Reading
During a trip to Madrid, a walk in the Parque del Retiro is undoubtedly among the “must do”. The gardens, as well as the Royal Palace of the Good Retreat, were designed and built between 1630 and 1640, the period in which the Count-Duke of Olivares (Gaspar de Guzmán y Pimentel) gave some land to…Continue Reading
During a trip to Madrid the Royal Palace, now used only for representation events (the royal family doesn’t live here), is one of the attractions “not to be missed”. Among the many things I chose to do during my trip to the city, the one at the royal palace was one of the last things…Continue Reading
Italy has so much to tell about its past, not just the oldest one. Speaking with friends, at the beginning of 2018, I discovered that Monte Soratte “hides” a bunker that you can visit: in May 2019, therefore, I didn’t miss the opportunity! After a careful study of the guided tours calendar, I chose to…Continue Reading
Today, with this post, I take you for a walk in Madrid, to discover some of its most (or less) famous places and monuments. I’ll take you to explore practically the whole city starting from the southeast, near the parquet of the Buen Retiro, to move towards the north-west and we end in the north-east…Continue Reading
In Madrid, there are so many things to see and museums to visit. For my trip, I chose to see and visit some “obvious” places to discover the Spanish capital from an artistic point of view. Today I want to tell you about the 3 museums I chose to visit during my trip.