Is “la bella vita” just a saying or are really italians living “la bella vita“? you think you’ll never know, but i’m here, as an italian 19 year old, to tell you something about one of the most stylish and mesmerizing cities of the world, as well as a mixture of contemporary and historical set of art.
The fascination for this universal art, which blends the most exuberant creativity with mastery of ingredients of an explosive nature, has given the Cannes competition a global reputation. Every year, the selected pyrotechnicians compete for the highly coveted “Vestale d’Argent” and, every four years, the winners return to do battle for the “Vestale d’Or”, “Vestale d’Argent” and “Vestale de Bronze”, precious door openers awarded to “the best of the best”. Innovation, rich aesthetics, stage setting, synchronization, rhythm…so many criteria considered by the jury to evaluate each of the multicoloured musical frescos in the competition.
Today’s visitors to Greece have the opportunity to trace the “fingerprints” of Greek history from the Paleolithic Era to the Roman Period in the hundreds of archaeological sites, as well as in the archaeological museums and collections that are scattered throughout the country. The first traces of human habitation in Greece appeared during the Paleolithic Age (approx. 120000 – 10000 B.C.). Greece is located in south-eastern Europe, on the southern end of the Balkan Peninsula (Haemus peninsula); it lies at the meeting point of three continents – Europe, Asia and Africa.
Paris is known to be the city of light and of love, it is also renowned for its fashion, art, gastronomy and culture. It is a political and economical centre since antiquity and a hugely popular tourist destination. We are going to list 5 places for you to go to if you would like to visit Paris.
Berlin – the city of East and West. It’s the city of Mitte, Charlottenburg and Kreuzberg and every other amazing neighbourhood. Each with its own charm. It’s the city of many various styles and a multicultural population you must have visited at least once in your life.
Berlin has many faces and you can hardly put a label on it. There is lot of interesting culture to discover and there are many ways to get to know the impressive history of the city. Read more
With a flight time of just over two hours from most Northern European airports, Benidorm affords great value for money compared to other destinations. The cost of food and drinks are low due to the competition between the amount of bars & restaurants in this hugely popular resort, which attracts millions of tourists every year. Read more
The Guadeloupe Islands stand out from other Caribbean Islands.
In the very heart of the Caribbean, the place you love to travel to, there they are, the picturesque Guadeloupe Islands basking in the sun: Basse-Terre, Grande-Terre, La Désirade, Les Saintes and Marie-Galante, five islands which summarize perfectly all the diversity and natural beauty to be found in the Caribbean. And of course our favourite BBC comedic detective series “Death in Paradise” has been filmed on Guadeloupe. Explore the underwater world and discover the hidden gems of the ocean with Jacques Cousteau’s Underwater Reserve. Visit Rum distilleries and Chocolate factory. Admire Iguanas who are part Guadeloupe.
Berlin has a unique landscape of cinemas. Thanks to the strong commitment of their operators and the appreciation of movie-goers, arthouse cinemas are invaluable locations of culture, communication, and creativity. To mark the 60th anniversary of the festival, Festival Director Dieter Kosslick presented Berlinale Goes Kiez in acknowledgement of the superb cinema culture fostered by arthouse cinemas throughout the year.
Everyone knows Antigua & Barbuda have the best beaches in the world.
But did you know that everything else is just as good?
That’s because the food in our restaurants, the parties, the welcoming atmosphere and even our wildlife have to be world class if they are going to tempt people away from our glorious beaches. After all…
“The beach is just the beginning.”
Australia was among the first countries in the world to see in 2019, setting the bar high as an estimated one million people crowded Sydney Harbour to watch more than 100,000 pyrotechnic effects.
London’s sold-out New Year’s Eve fireworks –is always the largest dazzling riverside display in Europe. A soundtrack featuring Europe’s finest musical artists celebrated the diversity of the capital, after Big Ben chimed once more. Spectators lined the banks of the Thames to watch 70,000 projectiles made up of eight tonnes of fireworks fire into the sky from three barges and the London Eye. In Paris tourists packed into the Champs-Elysees to celebrate New Year’s Eve while the Arc de Triomphe monument became the centre piece for an incredible light display. In Berlin tens of thousands of people celebrated at the landmark Brandenburg Gate.