The Sanctuary of Madonna di San Luca in Bologna

There is still something I left out from my trip to Bologna. The visit on our last day in town to the Sanctuary of San Luca, a place that has been of religious worship for centuries. And the most interesting thing about this place is that it's connected to the city centre through a portico … Continue reading The Sanctuary of Madonna di San Luca in Bologna

Ciao Bologna – highlights from the friendly Italian capital of knowledge

View of Bologna from the top of the tower degli Asinelli. At the start of 2020 we could still book trips impulsively. The world was my oyster. One day I was having one of those days at work when I got a text from a friend saying "Me and a couple other girls are going … Continue reading Ciao Bologna – highlights from the friendly Italian capital of knowledge

How to bring life to rocks -a lesson by Baroque Roman masters

Piazza Navona was definitely one of my favourite spots in Rome. Surely I won't be the only person to say it. The perfectly geometrical designed plaza features three beautiful fountains. The main one, at its centre, Fontana dei Quattro Fiumi, or Fountain of the Four Rivers, was sculpted by Bernini, one the stars of Baroque … Continue reading How to bring life to rocks -a lesson by Baroque Roman masters