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Copenhagen: welcome to bikeland!

Copenhagen: welcome to bikeland!

When I bought the cheap tickets to Copenhagen a couple of months in advance I didn’t know what I was embarking myself on to. Copenhagen was always this pretty, neat city I used to see on instagram, a distant place I was learning about back in […]

Discover the jewels of Serbia: Novi Sad

Discover the jewels of Serbia: Novi Sad

Let me introduce you a little bundle of colours and joy: Novi Sad ♥ I spent last weekend in this amazing Serbian city and it was such a pleasure to discover what it had to offer. Truth be told, I didn’t know much about it before getting […]

How to spend a day in Tarragona

How to spend a day in Tarragona

While in Barcelona back in November, I took a trip with 2 of my friends to Tarragona, a beautiful small town by the sea, 1 hour and a bit away from Barcelona by train. The journey itself was enchanting, as the train passes by some […]

Barcelona through a 50mm lens

Barcelona through a 50mm lens

Last week I spent one week in Barcelona, enjoying the warm autumn days around this amazing city while catching a terrible cold. The perks of pretending that if it’s warmer than back home, it’s perfect for t-shirts. Well, it’s not. This was my first time […]

Hidden spots in and around Bari

Hidden spots in and around Bari

The first thing I bumped into after arriving in the old city of Bari was the famous area with ladies making orecchiette pasta (the traditional pasta shape in this region; each Italian region has its specific pasta shape) right on the street. It was fascinating and beautiful. I […]

White towns that steal your heart: Ostuni

White towns that steal your heart: Ostuni

Here’s the thing: you can easily win my heart with a full plate of delicious food. And Ostuni did just that! Add the amazing white streets as the cherry on top and you have the perfect recipe of getting me hooked and in love forever. So […]

Trulli-Lulli in Alberobello

Trulli-Lulli in Alberobello

The road from Polignano to Alberobello winds through endless olive groves with red soil. The half an hour journey by car is amazing in itself – but drive safely! The road is not very circulated, which translates into the occasional loco speeding mindlessly and cutting the curb. […]

La dolce vita in Polignano

La dolce vita in Polignano

Back in September I had the chance to turn my work into something really fun, which includes traveling in amazing places and shooting with friends. My dear Mishuella & her husband put their trust in me to shoot their after wedding photos and for this we travelled […]

Camping in Europe for beginners: how to

Camping in Europe for beginners: how to

The story. How it all began. I’ve always had this bohemian dream of spending my summer in a tent on a beach. Despite all the people telling me how more of a nightmare than a dream it is, I didn’t care. The simple thought of […]

How about Zagreb?

How about Zagreb?

You know what I like most about road trips? The fact that you can make as many pit stops as you like to and always re-route if things don’t work or something more interesting comes up along the way. I told you about the random stop […]

Vicenza. Waiting for Rotonda’s gates to open

Vicenza. Waiting for Rotonda’s gates to open

I insisted stopping for just a tiny little bit in Vicenza to visit Palladio’s Rotonda. Villa Rotonda (or Villa Capra) is a perfectly symmetrical Renaissance villa from the 16th century and it’s probably Palladio’s most famous architectural work (even though he didn’t live to see it […]

Best way to experience Cinque Terre: from the sea

Best way to experience Cinque Terre: from the sea

The Five Lands. Where should I begin? We dedicated one whole day to these colorful amazing villages tucked between steep hills and abruptly ending in the sea. Also, we booked in advance a boat trip with Daniele, which turned out to be probably the best three […]