My other writing of what I didn’t do in Europe
My dreamy writing about what I did in Rome.
A place where even the most arid soul becomes artistic, where the rushing slows down, where the old meets new, and where I found something very Italian, very Rome.
The iconic leaning tower of Pisa – the symbol of Italy. On a cool breezy spring afternoon, this place is such a peaceful and gorgeous place to be.
When I stood on top of the hill overlooking the ancient city of Florence, at Piazzale Michelangelo, I finally understood why this place could inspire the artistic, cultural movement of The Renaissance.
About 4 hours driving from Paris, Brussels is the political capital of Europe with many places of interest to visit, especially if you’re into politics. Find out how I spent my afternoon in the central area of Brussels on a rainy spring day.
One thing that everyone thinks of when mentioning the Netherlands is the vast, endless tulip fields. The colorful, bright, diverse types of tulips fill your eyes with pleasure and your heart with sweet peace. Wandering in the heaven named Keukenhof, taking in all the beauty of nature while searching for the best shots, the best angles on a cold, windy April morning make you realize this country has everything to offer.
My feelings when standing amid the crowded Pizza del Duomo, and admire the centuries-old architecture masterpieces.
A fraction that was my most favorite moment in Paris – a night strolling down the Champs Elysees in the rain, enhanced by a quite interesting encounter
The overview of my Europe trip itinerary, and the dreamy writing you’ll typically find in the following posts about Europe.