San Marino – or the Serenissima Repubblica di San Marino – is a city state located on Mount Titano, surrounded by Italy, and one of the worldʼs oldest democratic republics.… Read More
My verdict on Lübeck: Easily one of the loveliest German cities I have ever visited. Lübeck was a key-player in medieval and early modern commercial life and generally considered head… Read More
The Pilgrimage Church of Wies, or Wieskirche as it is known in German, is a masterpiece of the Bavarian Rococo. The interior holds exquisite detail, and the artisanship is sheer unbelievable. Hold on to your hats, as your minds are likely to be blown on seeing this 18th century gem.
The Giant’s Causeway is the only World Heritage Site in Northern Ireland. It is located on the North Coast in county Antrim and is an area which is covered by… Read More
The UNESCO World Heritage site in Graz has two components: The historic city centre and Schloss Eggenberg, which is located within the city, but a little further out. Apart from World Heritage status, Graz has another major claim to fame, as it has been a UNESCO City of Design since 2011, being part of the Creative Cities Network.