Lake Como and Surroundings – What to Expect and Things to Do

Lake Como and Surroundings – What to Expect and Things to Do

Located in the north of Milan, Lake Como should perhaps be a highlight for most travellers visiting Northern Italy. Celebrities and royalties have been known to favour lakeside villas here since ancient time and it is not hard to see why with the majestic setting of the lake and the ability to explore numerous quaint [...]

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48 Hours in Oslo – a City Guide

48 Hours in Oslo – a City Guide

Oslo is the capital of Norway, a country that is part of the Schengen and Scandinavia but technically not part of the European Union customs. This means travellers can get duty free shopping when travelling between Oslo and the EU. As Norway's largest city, Oslo is the the gateway and cultural heart of the country, [...]

Winter in Val Gardena, where the View makes up for the Skiing in the Dolomites

Winter in Val Gardena, where the View makes up for the Skiing in the Dolomites

The Dolomites has always been interesting for their limestone peaks that are distinctive and creates a unique terrain in the northeast of Italy near the border between Italy and Austria. With its natural scenery, the venue is great for skiing in the winter with numerous ski areas around the Sella Ronda, considered one of the [...]

48 Hours in Auckland – A Guide to Dining and Exploring the City and its Surrounds

48 Hours in Auckland – A Guide to Dining and Exploring the City and its Surrounds

New Zealand is gaining popularity as a travel destination due to the wide expanse of nature in the country. While I spent most of my time visiting South Island, it was to ski in the resorts around Queenstown in Wanaka. However, Auckland is probably the point of entry for most international visitors on account of [...]