Tag: Walking Tours

A Beautiful Walking Tour of Edinburgh 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.

A Beautiful Walking Tour of Vienna

Vienna, Austria - Beautiful flower arrangements in Volksgarten garden near Heldenplatz 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. Finally, we had the opportunity to visit and we were very excited. Read on about our beautiful walking tour of Vienna.

Free Self Guided Walking Tour of Salzburg (with map)

Salzburg, Austria - Horse carriage passing by the beautiful Salzburg Dome building in Residenzplatz square. 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. Come along with me on a walking tour of Salzburg.

5 Best Things to See in Genoa Italy (with map)

Genoa, Italy - Piazza Caricamento across from Porto Antico (the old port) Genova, Italy has a beautiful location on the Ligurian sea and an amazingly intricate history. The city has been built in layers over the course of history. This layering is especially visible from the old port area as it allows for a panoramic view of the surrounding hills. Unfortunately, we only stopped for a few good hours on our way to the French Riviera. Read on about my favorite things to see in Genoa.

A Beautiful Walking Tour of Sirmione Lake Garda

Sirmione, Italy - Water canal and beautiful old buildings and shops right inside the old city walls. Sirmione, Italy is a stunning place to visit in Northern Italy. It is situated on the southern tip of beautiful lake Garda and it has amazing history. Sirmione, Italy is the quintessential Italian tourist destination. We arrived in Sirmione a bit tired, coming from Padua, but taking a swim in the warm waters of Lake Garda, completely refreshed us and made us ready to head into town.

3 Best Things to Do in Padua Italy (with map)

Padova (or Padua) was one of the tourist attractions that we were not prepared for. Being impressed and tired after visiting Venice for two days, we did not research Padova very well, so we came ill prepared for what the city had to offer. Padova, Italy is a large city with beautiful tourist attractions which makes for a great day trip from Venice if you have an extra day. Padova, has three large areas with attractions, each within 15 minutes walking distance from each other. Read on about my walking tour of Padova, Italy.

3 Beautiful Things to Do in Burano Italy (with map)

Burano is another well known island in the Venice archipelago. Burano is well known for its fine lace industry that dates back several hundreds of years. It is a popular tourist attraction in Venice but it is not very crowded even at the beginning of August when we visited. Let’s walk together and explore my favorite things to do in Burano.

3 Beautiful Things to Do in Murano Italy (with map)

Since we have already visited the main island of Venice Italy we felt really bad about being near Venice and not visiting more. So we decided that we would visit Venice again for the second day but this time we wanted to visit the two islands that are well known but not visited as much as the main island.  So on our second day to Venice we decided to visit the island of Murano and the island of Burano.

A beautiful walking tour of Venice, Italy

Before visiting Venice for the first time, I have read a lot and seen lots of pictures. I understood that Venice is fundamentally different than everything else simply because instead of roads they have water canals. Yeah,  I got it…or so I thought. However, when I arrived in the central station in Venice, things were different…very different! Why am I saying that?