Referred as the ” Crossroad of the Balkans ” Slovenia is a tiny beautiful alpine country located on the south of Europe. Extremely popular for its picturesque landscapes and rich diverse cultures it is a dream destination for the footloose. LJUBLJANA, (pronounced as lyu-blya-na) is the captivating capital of Slovenia. Ljubljana being the largest city in Slovenia is a very charming place which was awarded the coveted Green Capital of Europe title in 2016 by the European Commission.
LJUBLJANA CATHEDRAL: Simply known as the Cathedral or St. Nicholas is a church in Ljubljana the capital Slovenia. Being a Gothic church in the early 18th century , it was replaced by a Baroque building. It is easily recognized by its octagonal dome with a cupola. The sculpted entrance door, the mesmerizing interiors and the divine ambiance of the cathedral is spellbinding.
One of the oldest cities of the world and home to great philosophers like Socorates, Aristotle and Plato – ATHENS is the capital city of GREECE. Its classic beauty and rich history never ceases to amaze you. A trip to Athens evokes images in time to give you a first-hand experience into its rich and captivating past.
THE ACROPOLIS: A classic symbol of spirit and civilization the Acropolis is a Citadel built atop a rocky hill above the city of Athens in Greece. It contains remains of many ancient buildings of brilliant architectural and historic importance. Its architectural brilliance gives one a glorifying experience of a lifetime.
TEMPLE OF OLYMPIAN ZEUS: The Temple of Olympian Zeus is an epic monument of Athens standing tall in all its grandeur. The temple is dedicated to Olympian gods and happens to be the greatest and largest temple in history. It is extremely popular for its larger then life and prodigious coloms.
MONASTIRAKI: It is one of the major tourist attractions in Athens, Greece. Always buzzing with activity Monastiraki is the popular shopping district of Athens. You can buy just about anything here and collect souvenirs to take back home.
HADRIAN’s ARCH: Constructed by the Roman Emperor Hadrian in 131 AD the Arch of Hadrian is also known as the Hadrian’s Gate in Greek. The monumental gateway was built to honor the Roman Emperor Hadrian. It separates the old and the new cities of Athens.
PANATHENAIC STADIUM: One of the most significant monument of Athens, Greece. The Panthenaic Stadium is the only stadium in the world built exclusively with marble. Also known as the Kallimarmaro it is extremely popular with the tourists for its rich history and direct connection with the Modern Olympics.
Milan is financial hub of Italy but not so famous when it comes for travelers to explore new places. There are so many other places in Italy that Milan hardly is seen in top list for travelers visiting Italy. Though I would rather call it a myth since there are lot lot to see in Milan. We will cover a detailed blog on Milan what to see places, meanwhile enjoy a short clip of a street Flute player playing a soothing music. He surprised us with a sudden pleasure and with his charismatic smile. You may also find him at Duomo Di Milano street playing another soothing rhyme 🙂