History & Culture
19 June 2019 / 4 minutes to read
Italian miracle: one day on Lake Maggiore and the Borromean Islands
Lake Maggiore is amazes with its nature, and the verdant island of Borromeo attracts more and more travelers. Translated from the Italian "Lago Maggiore" means "Big Lake", and this has an excellent confirmation - the lake is not only located on the border of Switzerland and Italy, but also belongs to two Italian regions - Lombardy and Piedmont.
18 June 2019 / 11 minutes to read
Orange City: a recipe for a colorful Spanish holiday in Seville
And all this is Seville! The capital of Andalusia. A noisy, not boring, romantic city. The city, situated on the both sides of the Guadalquivir. The city, where orange trees grow at every turn. The city, where Christopher Columbus went to look for the western route to India from, but found Central America. The city, which must be visited!
9 June 2019 / 9 minutes to read
Paradise holiday: what the world's most beautiful beaches look like
Would you like to know which beach members of the British royal family relax on? Or have you been interested for a long time, which beach is the best in Europe, or even in the whole world? It is time to expand the "beach" horizons, so Travellizy shares a list of the most unique and beautiful beaches on the planet with you.
16 May 2019 / 7 minutes to read
Bologna. Disappear into the warm embrace of the city
Bologna is located in the center of Italy, and therefore most often, it stays away from popular tourist destinations. We know a lot about Rome, Florence, Venice and Milan. But what do we know about Bologna, besides the fact that the oldest university in Europe is located there? Let's try to get to know this city closer.
10 May 2019 / 4 minutes to read
24 hours in the Cinque Terre: what to see and how to get to the National Park of Italy
The Cinque Terre National Park (or “Park of Man” because of its man-made terraces) is one of the smallest national parks in Italy, which consists of five picturesque villages (Riomaggiore, Manarola, Corniglia, Vernazza, Monterosso al Mare) stunning nature and sea views. The park has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1997, along with the city of Portovenere and the islands of Palmaria, Tino and Tinetto.
16 April 2019 / 6 minutes to read
Kateryna Buzhynska: “I'm getting ready to a trip quickly”
Kateryna Buzhynska, a famous Ukrainian singer, assigns five minutes to a trip. Decisions about travels are made spontaneously in her family - she's booking a flight at the last minute in order to fly to a faraway country already the next morning.
10 April 2019 / 4 minutes to read
24 Hours in Rome: Must-See in the Eternal City in One Day
Tourists, who decide to see Rome on their own, begin their standard tour of sightseeing near the Colosseum - that's what is written in every guidebook and advised in tourist centers, and most of the excursions begin here. Getting into the Colosseum without being stuck in a queue is difficult, but real, if you come here in the afternoon.
6 February 2019 / 3 minutes to read
Its Majesty Italy: 7 natural wonders
Italy is associated with the most ancient monuments of European civilization. But did you know, that the “boot”, that is located in the very center of the Mediterranean, between the Adriatic, Tyrrhenian, Ligurian and Ionian Seas, is nothing but a treasure trove of masterpieces created by nature?
24 January 2019 / 4 minutes to read
Venice Carnival: 8 Facts You Didn't Know
The Venice Carnival is the most exquisite show of the planet, and in 2019 it will be held from February 16 to March 5. Those, who find themselves in the thick of events, traditionally wait for unforgettable impressions.
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