Thanks to post-Covid reopenings, with a summer that still looks Italian, just like past summer, we return to tell you about the mountains, Dolomites, in Trentino. This time we move to Val di Fassa, to Canazei, a beautiful and renowned town nestled among the important Dolomite groups of Sassolungo, Marmolada and Sella.Continue reading Canazei with children: ready to start again
Val Gardena is preparing to welcome guests again and is preparing a large organizational machine capable of taking all the measures that will be necessary to ensure the safety of everyone, from distance between people to the hygiene of public places, indoors and outdoors.Continue reading Val Gardena ready to start again
Who wouldn’t want to take a nap in Sleeping Beauty’s castle or fly over Big Ben with Peter Pan? Disney movies are part of our collective imagination and are also a reference when we travel the world, especially with children. You don’t have to go very far to experience REALLY the fairy tale: for example in Spain there is a Disney castle that you may not know yet…Continue reading Fairytale journeys: 20 real places to experience Disney fairy tales
Denmark is perfect to visit all year round and even in the off-season there is no shortage of unusual activities and wonderful discoveries. Winter gives travel a different aura, new experiences and emotions that invite you to discover Denmark – The Land of Everyday Wonder, in a new light.
At the end of January we visited Copenhagen again and one of the most interesting things to visit, precisely because they represent a novelty both in terms of time and as a vision that combines a plant and turns it into a place of entertainment, is Copenhill.Continue reading What to see in Copenhagen in winter: Copenhill, urban mountain
When you’re looking for excursions and places to visit in Iceland you certainly find many infos about Golden Circle. The so-called Golden Circle is at the top of every to-do list in the country and is listed as a one-day or more-day tour on almost all the websites of most of tour operators.Continue reading What to see in Iceland: Golden Circle
All the information to visit the glaciers in Iceland: the famous Jokulsarlon glacial lagoon (the one of the blue icebergs, the one that everyone dreams of planning a trip to Iceland, the one of the films such as Batman Begins, Tomb Raider and James Bond) is the most important one, Fjallsarlon is an equally beautiful lagoon (close and much quieter), while Diamond Beach is a must.Continue reading Glaciers in Iceland: Jökulsárlón, Fjallsárlón, Diamond Beach
North Iceland is home to the beautiful lake region of Myvatn. With an area of 36.5 square kilometers, it is Iceland’s fourth-largest lake, although its size is just one of the qualities that attracts guests throughout the year. It is also home to some incredible geological formations, with a great flora and fauna and it is surrounded by many incredible sites.Continue reading What to see in Iceland: Myvatn
According to some, north-western Iceland is not among the most interesting regions of the island. But if you love unspoiled nature, seals and whales, waterfalls, fjords (other than those visited in the Westfjords), then it’s definitely worth visiting North West Iceland.Continue reading Iceland on the road: North-west Iceland among seals, waterfalls and fjords
Heart-pounding roads, breathtaking views, wonderful waterfalls, red sand, wild seas, cliffs overlooking the sea where only the screams of the birds and the hissing of the wind echo. All this is Westfjords region.Continue reading What to see in Iceland: Westfjords
Just outside Reykjavik, ready to go on a road adventure in Iceland, Hotel Laxnes welcomes the traveler with typical environments in a truly strategic location.Continue reading Hotel in Reykjavik: perfect for the Golden Circle!
3300 km of Icelandic roads.
Narrow roads, paved roads, dirt roads, sun, rain, fog, mountain roads, gravel, paved roads, unpaved roads, men at work…
At least 30 sheep that crossed the road, thousands at the side of them, numerous birds at risk of being run over.Continue reading Rent a car in Iceland: all the information to drive in Iceland
The story of Santorini tells about sea and fire, about submerged cities and vanished civilizations, about sunsets and volcanoes. If you plan to visit Greek islands, you will surely have browsed a guide and come across a view of Santorini, with the blue domes, which act as a union between the sky and the sea passing through the white of the houses.Continue reading Visiting Santorini with children
The rock gym, the double slide for competitions, the giant trampoline, the pampering loungers. And we could continue, because there are so many attractions designed for the small guests of the AMONTI & LUNARIS Wellnessresort of Cadipietra (Bolzano, Italy) in Aurina Valley.Continue reading Between slides and castles in Aurina Valley
Covent Garden is a district in central London that attracts around 30 million tourists a year. It stands out with its wide range of shops, cafes, restaurants, but not only: from Covent Garden you can reach the main London attractions and many small hidden corners.Continue reading London with kids: Covent Garden
Covent Garden is definitely a trendy and modern destination for shopping and dining in London. Despite this, its past remains embedded in the cobbled square and the arches of the Market Building and it remains one of the most popular areas of London for tourists, especially families.Continue reading The Nadler Covent Garden: our “home” in London