Vintage food kiosks – surrounded by tables and chairs – are nowadays central pieces of Lisbon’s iconic squares. These staples of city’s relaxed lifestyle are as much part of Lisbon’s drinking and dining scene as tasty Ginjinha or Pasteis de Nata.
Many tourists and locals in Brussels don’t realize that they can actually visit European Parliament and get a glimpse of this giant institution representing the pillar of European unity and democracy. Parliamentarium, the European Parliament’s Visitors’ Centre, opened in October 2011 and was already visited by 1.5 million people. European Parliament and EU quarter are considered
Cities are full of urban revival stories, and Molitor’s is a very distinct one – a legendary Parisian Art Deco pool that sunk into despair in 1989 was recently turned into a unique type of resort. We went to explore the place ourselves and discovered the amazing history, which surrounds this legendary pool. Molitor used to be the
Covenant of Mayors celebrates its 10th anniversary in 2018, and with the 2020 milestone coming closer, the Covenant Ceremony and Investment Forum in Brussels were perfect occasions for to reinforce the ideas behind this organization. Since 2008, the Covenant of Mayors Ceremony is a political event that gathers the Covenant of Mayors Community. It is
Berlin is my ultimate favorite city. Having lived there for over two years, I used to live in different neighborhoods but I finally settled in Wilmersdorf – in a charming side street off Kurfürstendamm. I used to catch an S-Bahn at Zoologischer Garten or U-Bahn at Kurfürstendamm, and in front of my eyes I saw how
Unforgettable vacation in the former house of one of the oldest Yugoslav actresses of the 20th century – Ita Rina No matter how many times you visit the Balkan side of the Adriatic coast, you will never get enough of it. It is magnificent with its world-class beaches, multi-faceted architecture, and delicious food. Budva in Montenegro
Whether you look up or down, left or right, you will see the tiles. Colorful azulejos -traditional ceramic tiles – decorate walls of Lisbon. Sometimes they depict insightful scenes from daily life. Original azulejos introduced by the Moors in the 8th century were cut into simple geometric shapes and predominantly blue and white. With time colorful azulejos became fashionable. Below