Never go to the forest without a map! Especially when it comes to such an intricate area with numerous paths and so many sites of interest as the Ferschweiler Plateau. I have proceeded twice to a Monument of Diana and although I had both times two different places as a starting point, I haven’t managed to reach it. (more…)
Little France on the Meuse River, the Fervent City, Little Palermo, the City of Charlemagne and George Simenon – this is part of the epithets of Liège, my favorite Belgian city. Of course, there are so many beautiful Belgian cities, but, you know, it is all about the atmosphere and the spirit that they are carrying.
Liège, or more precisely, the nearby Herstal is also one of the presumable birthplaces of Charlemagne, (more…)
I’ve passed through Dinant quite recently for a second time only to confirm how beautiful are the towns built near great rivers. Not only because ‘water is life’ (and I, as a highly sensitive person, am attracted to it in particular) but also because the water transport and trade had supported the rapid economic growth and thus, the wealthy shaping of these settlements many centuries ago.
My blog is about not so popular tourist destinations (mainly from a Bulgarian point of view, but not only), yet if I don’t show something from the capital of this tiny country with a few more than a half million residents, then what else remains to be shown in the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg… I’m joking, of course. But for the moment, I’ve decided that Luxembourg City and Brussels will be the only popular destinations to present here, only because I might have missed visiting some important sights there, but in return, I’ve photographed other, not seen by everyone (this applies mainly to Brussels).
My journey didn’t begin with Trier, but I want to begin my blog with it because this is my favorite town in Germany. Not only because of its ancient history and its beauty, but also because of its atmosphere. If it is true that the inhabitants of every one of the 16 federal states in Germany differ from one another, then the residents of Rhineland-Palatinate may turn out to be very pleasant people…