The most unusual place that is often recommended to visit in Copenhagen is Freetown Christiania. A town made up of music venues, art galleries, homemade houses, known for its green, car free and most importantly an autonomous living, one that is completely independent from the Danish government, where one cannot simply purchase a house but […]Read more "Freetown Christiania, Tivoli Gardens, Copenhagen , Denmark"
Denmark is a great country to visit, particularly if you are a museum enthusiast. Within the capital city of Copenhagen, scattered are numerous museums that provide various experiences for every visitor, as long as you are a fan of art – whether its ancient, modern or contemporary. One of my greatest dream in life is […]Read more "Museums of Copenhagen , Denmark"
In and out of the city of Copenhagen are magnificent castles, palaces and estates that make the term majestic appropriate when describing the city. Considered as the world’s oldest monarchy, the royal residences of the past and present queens and kings are sights to behold, particularly for non-European resident like me, who often the closest […]Read more "Castles of Copenhagen , Denmark"
Copenhagen is the first Nordic city I’ve ever visited and it did not disappoint. The city is an essential mix of culture and hipness- it has castles, museums, theme park, port area and shopping district, all located within a good walking distance from each other. Everywhere you look, everything seems to be well-organized, and the […]Read more "Streets of Copenhagen , Denmark"
They say Santorini has its secrets and its beautiful sunset view is definitely not one of them. Forget about the wine tasting and the surrounding beaches, the truth is everyone comes to this island for the romantic panorama of cotton candy skies draping over the caldera cliffs filled with rows of whitewashed buildings, pastel decors […]Read more "Sunset at Oia, Santorini, Greece"
The other things to do in Santorini apart from tirelessly walking the magnificent caldera-edge pathways of Fira is to visit the nearby island beaches, with two of the most popular, appropriately-name in accordance to the color of the sand, the Red Beach or the Akrotiri and the Black Beach or the Perissa. The local KTEL […]Read more "The Red and the Black Beach, Santorini, Greece"
Ah Santorini, everyone’s dream destination, particularly for the romantics and the hopefuls. The image of the whitewashed buildings and the famous blue-domed churches, perched on a rim of an active volcano with the endless clear waters of the Aegean Sea in the horizon, it is truly the poster perfect image of a Greek island and […]Read more "The Caldera View of Fira, Santorini, Greece"