Oberammergau – Attend the show that takes place every ten years

#uniquedestinations Oberammergau is a little town located in Bavarian Alps, not far from Munich. The town is famous for its woodcarving tradition, which is kept alive since 1520 and also for the magnificent painted facades of its buildings. The citizens of the town have created real masterpieces, that represent biblical scenes, peasant paintings, local fairy…

Seborga – Discover the village that claims independence

#uniquedestinations Seborga is a small town in the region of Liguria in Italy, near the French border. It has 300 inhabitants and its main economic activities are tourism and agriculture. In the early 1960s, Giorgio Carbone, then head of the village’s flower-growers co-operative, began promoting the idea that Seborga should retain its historic independence as…

Shandon Bells – Ring the bells of a historic church

#uniquedestinations The Church of St Anne is a church located in the Shandon district of Cork in Ireland and its famous for its bell tower and bells, known as Shandon Bells. Cork is the second largest city in the country and has an important cultural and musical tradition. The church is considered the most important ecclesiastical…

Atlantic Ocean Road – Drive on Europe’s most beautiful road

#uniquestinations With this new article  we are going to introduce a new category in our blog named “Unique Destinations”. In this new section we will focus on places that are unique and differ from ordinary travel destinations. Journeys already made or planned. On our first post we will refer to the famous  Atlantic Ocean Road in Norway. Located…

Zakynthos : 5 beaches to visit by boat

Zakynthos is a wonderful Greek island in the Ionian Sea, famous for its exquisite beaches (Navagio beach is probably one of the most famous in the world) and also as one of the most important natural shelters for the sea turtle Caretta – Caretta. During your stay in Zakynthos you could visit beaches, which would please all tastes. Most of…

7 reasons why you should visit Marseille …

Marseille is the second-largest city of France, its main commercial port and the most significant city of the historical province of Provence. Marseille was originally founded circa 600 BC as the Greek colony of Massalia and became the preeminent Greek polis in the region of southern Gaul. As a big trading center and the gate of France to Africa…