4 days in Moscow and explore many of the city’s classics, including the Kremlin, St Basil’s Cathedral, Moscow Metro, Moscow State Circus, and many more!
Tag: top 12 cathedrals
My impression of Helsinki: compact, cultural, clean and cool. I stayed in the city for a few days in winter, yet I found the city was welcoming and charming. Helsinki’s city center is compact and easy to navigate, while tourists could basically go anywhere on foot. Here is a 2-day easy going itinerary of the major attractions in Finland’s Daughter of the Baltic.
This episode is about the onion domes. Visiting Novodevichy Convent, St. Basil’s Cathedral, Cathedral of Christ the Saviour, and most importantly, Moscow Kremlin and admire the beauty of Russian architecture!
Which one is your favourite cathedral in Europe? Which is the best? This is all about my pick of top 12 Cathedrals in Europe! – Part 2
Which one is your favourite cathedral in Europe? Which is the best? This is all about my pick of top 12 Cathedrals in Europe! – Part 1
I titled my visits to the Italian cities “Run! Run!” because I was really in a hurry – I had only a week in Italy and I wanted to cover as much of the country as possible. My 7-hour mission to see all the essentials of Venice and it was amazing!
A friend of mine had ONLY a day in London & I am determined to cover as much as possible! V&A, biking in Hyde Park & Westminster, Sketch, and all the way to Tower Bridge, and City Hall, and finally salt beef in Selfridges.
Istanbul travel guide: a few must-visit places in Istanbul, a charming existence straddling between Europe and Asia: Sightseeing cruise, Hagia Sophia Museum, The Blue Mosque, Topkapi Palace Museum, and Istanbul nostalgic tramways.
A 2-day itinerary in Florence, visiting the churches, mansions, museums, palaces, and much more historic architecture and magnificent art!
Antoni Gaudi’s organic and unique style in architecture has influenced the world profoundly and I admire his work so much for a long time. “Organic” is such a great, and truthful word to describe Gaudi’s work. He regarded a building as a human body covered with skin, the structure itself were flesh and bones, so it’s curvy, and it has an element of randomness to the way he created art. He had lived a long life and left the world many great works to appreciate – most of them are in the Mediterranean city Barcelona.