The Sicilian province of Trapani is a multicultural corner of Europe which sometimes seems more akin to Africa. The proposition of following in the tracks of ancient civilisations surrounded by wild nature, mountain landscapes, seaside parks and archipelagos is very tempting.
When you think of Munich (Germany), you usually think of beer, folk costumes (leather shorts with braces for men and dirndls (coloured dresses with generous necklines) for women), BMW and FC Bayern Munich. Leaving these clichés aside, Munich is above all a trendy, lively, cultural and, in particular, very pleasant city. With its 135 million inhabitants, it is the second most popular tourist destination in Germany after Berlin. Munich is the capital of the Land of Bavaria and is one of the richest cities in the European Union.
Situated in an enclave between the julian alps and the adriatic sea, Ljubljana combines these different influences perfectly. Half an hour away from Bled, the jewel of the Julian Alps, and about an hour and a half away from the coast of Slovenia, this capital of human proportions is in the ideal location for a tourist destination.
Who said that the Côte d’Azur can be summed up by the festivals of St Tropez and the crowds in Nice? In Hyères, people live by the rhythm of the mediterranean sea. In Hyères, it is sunny 300 days a year. But above all, it is possible to enjoy a pleasant lifestyle in this small community in the South of France. Here, there is no arrogance or stifling crowds; there is a relaxed atmosphere. Here is a snapshot of some of the prettiest spots, some of the finest cuisine and some of the most comfortable places to sleep.
If you are in Milan for the first time, an absolute must-see is the Milan Cathedral, also known as the Duomo, the intricate facade which is ornamented by 2,000 sculptures, 135 pinnacles and 96 gargoyles. Tourists eagerly visit its roof in order to get a great view of the city’s panorama.