Turin is the capital and largest city in the Piedmont region, in northwest Italy. Currently, it’s the fourth-largest city in the country, after Rome, Milan, and Naples. Despite being best known for the automotive industry (FIAT) and football (Juventus FC), Turin is a city full of history, art, and culture. For example, did you know that there are more than three dozen museums in Turin? I think it’s time to consult this two-day itinerary and set out to discover this picturesque Italian city!
Granada is an unprecedented postcard: a monumental Arab fortress, snow-capped mountains, and winding streets with whitewashed houses. Also, did you know that the Alhambra and Generalife complex is the most visited tourist attraction in Spain? So, take the opportunity to stroll through the neighborhoods of Albayzín and Sacromonte (with traditional restaurants and flamenco houses), or visit the monuments in the historic center and discover the Andalusian markets, with strong Muslim inspiration!
Giverny is a lovely village mostly known as the location of Claude Monet‘s home and gardens, including his famous pond of water lilies. Wherever your look, you’ll notice a fairytale-like essence, which was so beautifully captured on a canvas by Monet. Located in the Normandy region, Giverny is definitely a must-visit destination from Paris, since it’s less than 60 minutes away from the French capital. Check out this travel guide, because I’m sure you’ll fall in love with the bucolic landscapes!
The Cinque Terre villages are among the most picturesque and photogenic places in Italy, apart from being a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1997. As the name implies, these five centenary villages were built on the rugged slopes of the Italian Riviera, in the Ligurian region. In each of the Cinque Terre, you’ll find colorful and practically overlapping houses, surrounding land cultivated with vineyards, ports filled with fishing boats, and restaurants serving typical specialties!
If you’re looking for a day trip from Rouen or Paris, then Honfleur is the ideal option for you! This picturesque and photogenic small town in Normandy (France) is just by the sea and has lots of buildings and monuments, that look straight out of a fairy tale. With more than 1000 years of history, Honfleur invites you for coastal walks and promenades in the historic center, apart from being close to other must-visit places, such as Trouville-sur-Mer, Deauville, or Le Havre!
Would you like to visit Bologna, the most picturesque city in Italy? Located in the Italian region of Emilia-Romagna, Bologna is the perfect stop for a cultural and historical itinerary or a gastronomic tour. Home to the oldest university in the western world and some of the most well-known dishes and delicacies in Italian cuisine, you have a lot to choose from in Bologna! Discover my complete itinerary with practical information, essential recommendations, and lots of photos to inspire you!
Are you going to be in Paris and looking for ideas for an enriching day? I think the charming city of Meaux is the ideal plan for you! So, get ready for a complete cultural and historical tour, with all the practical information, essential recommendations, and lots of photos to inspire your visit. In Meaux, you can visit Europe’s largest museum about the Great War, stroll through gardens “à la française” and even taste typical food like the delicious Brie cheese!
Would you like to visit Liège, the most peculiar city in eastern Belgium? Located in the Belgian region of Wallonia, Liège is the perfect stop on a cultural road trip across the country, apart from being at a minimum distance from other countries, like Germany and the Netherlands. You really have to get this city guide for a day outdoors, enjoying all the history, culture, and gastronomy that Liège has to offer. In addition, it includes an ideal itinerary to do on foot, alone, or with someone!
Would you like to visit Maastricht, the most charming city in the south of the Netherlands? The capital of the Dutch province of Limburg is the perfect stop on a relaxed road trip across the country, apart from being at a short distance from countries like Germany and Belgium. You really have to get this city guide for a day outdoors, enjoying all the history, culture, and gastronomy that Maastricht has to offer. Besides, it includes an ideal itinerary for walking or cycling!
Are you in Paris (or are you traveling to Paris) and want to spend a perfect day, just an hour from the French capital? Then you have to visit the Medieval Town of Provins, which has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 2001! Discover the perfect itinerary with monuments and attractions that you cannot miss, including their opening times and ticket prices. Besides, I leave you the best public transportation options, so you don’t have to waste time searching for this practical information!