What to see in Liverpool, the city of football and the Beatles

What to see in Liverpool, the city of football and the Beatles

It is said Liverpool and you think about yours football teams and, above all, ai Beatles. And then, what else? Virtually nothing. And that’s why if there is an English city that can represent the best example of cliché, of triumph of clichés, this is it. Yet, then you just need to get here wondering…

What to see in Biarritz: the beaches and the waves for surfing

What to see in Biarritz: the beaches and the waves for surfing

Elegant and aristocratic, crowned heads and porcelain-skinned beauties met here. The sea of Bay of Biscay it remained the same but, extravagant fate, it is now the goal of surfers with tanned skin and hair discolored by the sun and the sea. welcome to Biarritzthe famous seaside resort in the French Basque Country just 50…

The exhibition on the Lombards in Pavia: the barbarians and the history of Italy

The exhibition on the Lombards in Pavia: the barbarians and the history of Italy

They knotted their hair under the chin to have “long beards”, they liked the shark at the table, they adored the viper. But woe to call them “barbarians“, Because i Lombards they were also fine goldsmiths and engravers and even more subtle and acute legislators, capable of dissolving the certainties of a Roman Empire now…

The Caravaggio exhibition in Milan: X-ray masterpieces

The Caravaggio exhibition in Milan: X-ray masterpieces

Caravaggio under x-rays. Here’s what the new promises Caravaggio exhibition which opened its doors to Royal Palace of Milan with a mission: to pulverize every record. Not only for the public: the exhibition is already highly booked and the organizers have expanded and filed down every possible margin of the opening hours. No, the record…

Melk Abbey in Austria between castles and old houses

Melk Abbey in Austria between castles and old houses

At the point where the Danube enters the valley of Wachauabout an hour’s drive from Vienna, is found the picturesque town of Melk, known for its massive Benedictine abbeyone of the most beautiful monastic structures inAustria and important religious center. Originally it was born as Roman castrum fortified but soon a castle was built in…