Visit Antoni Gaudi’s Sagrada Familia in Barcelona, Spain and take in the ethereal beauty of the cathedral’s stained glass windows.
After living in Berlin for 3 months, I realized that I haven’t wrote much about my new home. So why not start with photos of the city’s most famous monument the Brandenburg Gate?
Skip Starbucks! When in Vienna, do yourself a favor and visit the historic Cafe Demel for a yummy coffee and Sachertorte.
The first time I gazed at Orsini Castle in Soriano Nel Cimino Italy, it was as if cupid had just shot an arrow straight through my heart. It was love at first sight.
The Duomo di Milano offers great views of the city and provides the chance for visitors to explore it’s architectural nuances up close and personal.
As Peru commemorates Machu Picchu’s 100th anniversary, it’s important to remember that Hiram Bingham did not discover but rather rediscovered this magnificent place.
Even if you are a fan of Ernest Hemingway, do yourself a favor and skip the tourist traps of La Bodeguita del Medio and La Flordita in Havana.
Observe Riomaggiore’s San Giovanni Festivities while staying in Cinque Terre, Italy. They line the streets with flowers petals and lighted candles and hold a parade to honor their saint.
Experience Afro Cuban culture by browsing art installations and taking in a rumba performance in Callejón de Hamel in Havana, Cuba.
Plaza De San Francisco in Cuba’s Old Havana is one of the city’s most beautiful sites. It’s hard not to fall in love and … leave your heart there.
When you’re traveling, sometimes putting your map and guidebook away can be a good thing. Explore and “get lost” and come across unexpected sites like this lovely residential street in Old Havana, Cuba.
While in Budapest, I came to love the foggy weather and learned how it could really enhance some of my travel photos.