• The 10 best places to visit in Cornwall

    To visit Cornwall means to immerse yourself in a world made mainly of sea, mines and legends. Our trip has been an evocative succession of fishing villages, castles, coves and industrial heritage sites. Above all, it was a journey through the elements: we walked for days on rugged coastline and promontories, in company of the winds and of the mists Continue Reading...

  • 6-Day Teton and Yellowstone road trip itinerary

    For us, Yellowstone has represented an incredible journey, one of those that remain carved in the soul and dramatically raise the personal threshold of wonder. Our six-day itinerary included the wonderful Grand Teton, and gave us enough time to enjoy these two parks and its unforgettable inhabitants. Yellowstone has two souls: a geological one, made of rocks and springs, geysers Continue Reading...

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  • From Milan to London by car: three wonderful days crossing Europe

    Traveling through Europe is wonderful. Whether you do it by train, by bike or by car, it is an incredible experience for people of all ages. Moreover, the absence of customs, of telephone roaming charges, and the monetary union make it easy and smooth. When we drove from Italy to London to bring our car to England, for example, we Continue Reading...

  • Visit Yellowstone: our advice to enjoy the park at its best

    Visiting Yellowstone is a fulfilling experience that can be enjoyed in many different ways. If you like to travel like us, on the road, maybe without too much comfort but in great connection with nature, here below we list some pieces of advice that we hope you’ll find useful. GATES AND PRICES The pass to Yellowstone costs $ 35 per Continue Reading...

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  • The 6 alpine castles of the Aosta Valley you should not miss

    Despite the peaceful appearance it has today, with its charming villages, quiet hamlets and silent forests, the Aosta Valley has not always been this way. Its strategic position on the Alps has made it a land of passage for pilgrims and merchants, but also a land of conflicting powers and decisive battles. For these reasons, the Aosta Valley landscape is Continue Reading...

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  • Wild London: the deer of Bushy Park

    Bushy Park is one of the 10 Royal Parks of London, probably the most interesting for the wildlife photographers. Located in South-West London, it is next to the more famous Richmond Park and adjacent to the beautiful Hampton Court. Its moderate size and the variety of environments assure an excellent experience for everyone, especially if you avoid the most crowded Continue Reading...

  • Minsmere Reserve: the Suffolk paradise for birdwatchers

    It is a beautiful day of early summer and we have been sitting in a hide for twenty minutes when the boy next to us whispers: "There it is, on the left, close to the water". We point our binoculars in the indicated direction and we spot a beak popping out from the vegetation. It is followed by a very Continue Reading...

  • A weekend in Cologne: beer, perfume, chocolate and history

    Cologne is a city full of pleasant surprises, some easy to imagine, others totally unexpected. From a German city it is for example pretty obvious to expect at least a good beer, but what you find in Cologne is actually more a cult. The Kölsch beer is in fact brewed according to the same recipe for 500 years, it is Continue Reading...

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