It was my second time in Milan and again I felt empowered by the amazing vibe of this big city. Milan is very different of other places in Italy, mainly because of its modern architecture and to walk in the streets of Milan and to see how amazenly people dress is an experience to live. Let me tell you: you can not leave Milan without going shopping!
With these I finish with the photos from my last vacation. Hope you enjoy these photos and hope I travel again soon to share some more!
Italy is a paradise for those who like me, loves cheese!
I call this photo “Hypnose”. Looking at it now I’m not sure if I prefer Italian Cheeses or Italian Shoes. Via de la Spiga, Milan.
Milan supporting Paris after the attacks of November 13th.
Casa de Ringiera.
Castello Sforzesco, built in the 15th century. More details about this amazing fortress on wikipedia.
Inside Castello Sforzesco.
Beautiful vintage tramway on the streets of Milan.
Italy: where food is art even in the public markets.
Naviglio Grande: biggest canal in Milan
Il Duomo di Milano: outstanding gothic Cathedral.
Ahh Paris! Words can’t describe such beauty, so much history, art and culture in a single place! It’s without any questions, together with Rome and Florence, one the most amazing places I’ve visited so far.
Paris got forever a special place on my heart, maybe due to the dramatical circumstances we lived there, but also for it’s soul, for the amazing personality of it’s people and for the undeniable romance in the air.
Paris, je t’aime pour toujours!
Netherlands is beautiful, I have to say!
Today I share with you photo of two gems!
First the site of Kinderdijk: a UNESCO set heritage since 1997. It is the largest concentration of old windmills in the Netherlands.
Thera are also images for Dordrecht, a beautiful medieval city 5 minutes away of Rotterdam.
I want to share some of shots I did during my 5 days at Amsterdam: the chaotic beautiful city of bicycles.
I don’t have much to say about each one of the photos, as they are simple street views over the city. I wan to say however that I am not an adept of selective color, but I could not resist to make my own version of these famous (or infamous) shots of a canal and a bicycle. 🙂
Hope you enjoy what you see!