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Visiting a cemetery might seem like an unusual activity during a trip, but these places can be spaces of peace, history, and art. Capturing photos of a cemetery can help you remember and share this unique experience. Here, we offer ...

Cemeteries mirror living societies. They are a small version of the city they’re in and reflect the same social patterns. This is especially true for the Cementerio de Montjuïc in Barcelona. In this cemetery, some of Catalonia’s wealthiest families have ...

One of the things I like the most about Berlin as a city is how human it is. I also love the fact that it’s so green … So when I see human and green together (and no, I don’t ...

From above, it is almost impossible to discern windows from doors or roofs from streets in this chaotic city that seems to climbs the hill on which it sits in an impossible, twisted and extremely beautiful way. Definitely, Matera is ...

Like any other modern urban dweller would do, I spend a fair amount of time on the metro system, either sprinting on a train or walking through the maze-like corridors in order to get from one place to the other. ...

Southern Belgium boasts an attractive blend of cultures, combining both the Gallic and Germanic characters and ways of life. In many aspects, Wallonia is a very small region that seems to contain, at the same time, many small countries with ...

Vibrant, crowded, fast-paced and organized-yet-chaotic are some of the first descriptions that come to my mind when I remember Tokyo’s Shibuya Crossing. Call me a misanthrope, but I’m the kind of person to hate crowds. The mere thought of Christmas ...

One of the most recurrent images I had when I thought about Miami was neon lights and art deco hotels along a palm-lined wide street. The city of Miami Beach (yes, it is a separate city) was the undisputed capital ...

I guess you could say I visited Skopje almost by accident, after crossing most of continental Greece by train and discovering in Thessaloniki that there was a direct train that stopped in the Macedonian capital on its way to Belgrade ...

Goethe described Prague as “the most precious of the jewels in the crown of cities”. I can assure you I don’t intend to disagree with the German poet. I fell in love Prague the first time I saw a picture ...

Miyajima itself was everything I expected from my trip to Japan and much, much more. I learned about the existence of this tiny island south of Hiroshima from another travel blog and, truth be told, it was a fair trade ...