This guide of places to see in Bergamo, will help you to know one of the best preserved and most beautiful Italian medieval cities, making the most of the time. Located in northern Italy in the Lombardy region, this city is divided into two parts: Ciudad Alta (Città Alta) and the Ciudad Baja (Città Bassa), connected by an old funicular.
Paris, considered the most romantic city in the world and a place full of charming places, is for us one of those cities that you must visit before you die. Stroll along the banks of the Seine, have a coffee in one of its beautiful terraces, climb the towers of the Notre Dame Cathedral, see the Eiffel Tower from Trocadero, lose yourself in the neighborhoods of Montmartre or Le Marais or get drunk with art in the Louvre, are just some of the many essential places to visit in Paris.
What are the best cards to travel? This is one of the questions you ask us most by email and social networks. After a long time recommending the N26 card, which is what we have used for several years and it has been great, we want to make a relationship that includes in addition to this, two more cards that we have tested in recent months and that have become in the perfect complement to the N26, which is what we used so far.
This guide of the best museums in Madrid will help you to know the extensive cultural offer that this essential European city has, in which some of its most important and visited museums are the Prado, the Reina Sofía or the Thyssen, which bring together more than 8 millions of visitors a year and are located in the same area, around the Paseo del Prado in the known as the Art Triangle or the Golden Triangle.
The best free tours in Venice for free are currently one of the most valued and demanded activities by travelers, who seek to know the city from an expert. Increasingly known, for its characteristic of not having a fixed price, these tours make routes through the best known areas of the city, in addition to sometimes, as in Venice, have someone else who focuses on the mysteries and legends
Porto, city known for its bridges over the Douro River and also for its famous wine. It is a small and charming city that is easily traveled on a weekend and also has nothing to envy to its neighboring Lisbon. A walk along the Ribeira at sunset, watch the sunset from the Luis I bridge, get lost in the Bolhao Market, climb the Clérigos Tower, take some of its historic trams, eat a francesinha or have a few glasses of wine In one of the wineries of Vila Nova de Gaia, they are just some of the many things to see and do in Porto.