Florence is the the quintessential artistic and cultural symbol of the Renaissance period. Historical buildings filled with amazing art abound in Florence’s medieval old town. So put on your walking shoes and let’s go together on a walking tour of Florence, Italy.
Many tourists are drawn to the attractions of London and the South, but one thing I’ve learned from my travels across the UK is that the North of England offers just as many sights and sounds — without the swarms of tourists. Nowhere is this more apparent than in the City of Liverpool. Boasting charming coastal scenery, historic streets, lovely people, and great food, this city on the eastern side of the Mersey Estuary offers an authentic British experience.
When we visited Stirling, Scotland we didn’t expect so much history concentrated in such a small place. Every place around Castle Hill has been involved in every major event in Scottish history. Over the years, Stirling has remained the most prominent symbol of national identity. Come along with me on a beautiful walking tour of Stirling.
St. Andrews is a historical place with a beautiful location in the Scottish coast. Made famous as a movie location and the official birthplace of golf, St Andrews was a pleasant destination for us. Come along with me as we explore historical St. Andrews, Scotland.
In this article I invite you to take a beautiful walking tour of Edinburgh, Scotland with me. Edinburgh was a great experience for us even though we had our two small kids each with its own stroller. We spent a day and a half walking through this city and enjoying the beautiful panoramic views from several viewing spots.
London’s Westminster Abbey and Buckingham Palace areas are among the most iconic tourist areas of this great city. These are large areas packed with tourist attractions and museums. Attempting a one day walking tour of London’s most prominent attractions requires determination and a good pair of walking shoes. Can it be done? Read on as you follow me through the streets of London.
Vienna, Austria…such a melody: Mozart, Strauss and the Blue Danube waltz! We heard and imagined so much about this city and about its beauty that it became our dream to visit it. And finally we had the opportunity and we were very excited. Read on about our experience visiting Vienna, Austria.
The old musical Sound of Music has become a classic being filled with idyllic scenes in and around Salzburg, Austria. The charm of Salzburg and its surrounding areas add so much color and freshness to the movie that we could watch Sound of Music over and over again. Read on about the Sound of Music movie locations in Salzburg.
Salzburg Fortress, also known as Hohensalzburg, is very impressive. The Salzburg Fortress is a fully preserved monument of over 900 years old and is one of the largest existing 11th century fortress complexes in Europe. Situated at over 500 m altitude and measuring 250 m (820 ft) in long and 150 m (490 ft) wide, Salzburg Fortress is an impressive site. Read on about my visit at Salzburg Fortress.
It is almost no wonder Mozart came from Salzburg because Salzburg is such an inspiring and beautiful town. Salzburg is a “must see” if you visit Austria. The charm of the town is still preserving some of Mozart time’s flavor. In addition, it is also no wonder that the picturesque Sound of Music movie has been filmed in many locations in and around Salzburg. Read on to find out our favorite places to visit in Salzburg, Austria.