Bergamo might be one of the most beautiful cities in Italy. However, this little city sometimes goes unnoticed. It is located just 60 km from Milan, the financial epicentre of Italy. It is also close to Lago di Garda and Verona. Fortunately, thanks to low cost airlines from Barcelona it is quite easy to flight to the Orio al Serio International Airport. Most people use such airport as a low cost one for visiting Milan and that is what we did one cold weekend in February. But we also decided to visit this medieval jewel called Bergamo.
Most hotspots of Bergamo can be seen in only one day. It is said that when Le Corbusier visited the Piazza Vecchia (main square of Bergamo), he said that it was the most beautiful square in Europe. We’ve already been to some European squares (and have much more in our bucket list!) and the truth is that Bergamo really deserves one day of you time. If you need more reasons for planning a trip to Bergamo, keep reading! 🙂
As we explained in this post, last Easter we took profit of Dídac’s stay in Heidelberg to do a short road trip through the beautiful regions of Alsace (France) and the Black Forest (Germany). We had heard lots of good things about the Black Forest (or Schwarzwald in German) but we hadn’t imagined that we would visit it so soon. We though that the Black Forest was the perfect destination for nature lovers and families and the truth is that our brief visit to that region confirmed our expectations.
We know that the area is full of natural wonders and nice villages, but we needed to focus on one destination to make the most of our time there. Thus, Dídac proposed to spend a night out of his apartment in Heidelberg. The chosen destination was Triberg, one of the most remarkable villages in the Black Forest. We had not heard about Triberg before planning our trip, but as soon as we read the travel guide that Dídac’s cousin lent us we found four powerful reasons to go there.
There are some destinations that keep you dreaming for a long time. This is what happened to us with the French region of Alsace. There was no Christmas time in which we didn’t think of visiting Alsace. I must recognize that I (Laura) was quite obsessed with Colmar and didn’t have much information about the beautiful little villages that can be found in its surroundings.
But sometimes destinations find you when you don’t expect them. Dídac is temporarily living in Heidelberg (Germany) due to work reasons, so we decided that I would visit him during my Eater vacation. We started our search for interesting places to go near Heidelberg and we suddenly noticed that Alsace was only 2-hour driving from there. So we had no excuses not to fulfill one of our (multiple) travel dreams. We book a car and prepared a short road trip through some of the most beautiful villages in the region.
As we explained last week, we have already celebrated our first birthday as travel bloggers. We are so happy about this that we have decided to continue with the celebration with this post! Today we don’t want to write so much, we just want to remind that all the photos of this blog are taken by us unless we say otherwise. This post is for those travelers that also love photography. Travel and photography, what a marriage!
It was August in Austria but it was only 3ºC when we got up at 2,600 m in Grossglockner Alpine Road. We had a plan for that morning: to drive towards the Salzach Valley and then to the West to find the largest waterfalls in Europe, the Krimml waterfalls. They are found at the entrance of the valley in the Hohe Tauern National Park and they are one of the most breathtaking destinations in the entire alpine region.