Tuscany’s medieval Lucca holds you captivate until you fall in love with this gorgeous walled city near the Ligurian Sea. Continue reading “Loving Tuscany’s Lucca”
Claimed as “the largest green-field music and performing arts festival in the world”, you have to attend the incredible Glastonbury Festival with over 200,000 revellers, at least once in your lifetime!
Continue reading “Glastonbury Festival – Sweltering in 2019!”
Who would have thought I’d be back in the UK revelling in another Glastonbury Festival but in sunshine this time?
If you’re searching for a walking guide and a day trip from Cosenza, then Calabria’s capital Catanzaro holds a traveller captive. whilst visiting these 12 sites… Continue reading “Walking Guide: Catanzaro, Calabria’s Capital”
January – December, 2018
Calabria’s charming village of Rogliano and its neighbouring villages in southern Italy are definitely off the beaten track. So, Rogliano offers the traveller a more genuine and memorable Italian experience. Continue reading “Calabria: Off the Beaten Track Around Charming Rogliano”
With a plethora of fabulous tourist destinations in southern Italy’s Calabria region, the famous Murales (murals) in Diamante are definitely worth visiting…
Never one to pass up the chance to an art exhibition, visiting ‘Van Gogh Alive – The Experience’ multimedia travelling exhibition in Cosenza, Calabria is both powerful and memorable.
Image Earth Faces Photographic Exhibition is my first solo exhibition in Italy, which opened 5th January, in the stunning Palazzo Sersale in Cerisano, and runs until the 15th January. Continue reading “Image Earth Faces Photographic Exhibition: Cerisano, Italy”
January – September, 2017
On the way to the spectacular Sila National Park and nestled amongst sweeping hills in the Savuto Valley, lies the quaint village of Rogliano in Calabria, Southern Italy, which is not frequented by many foreign tourists… Continue reading “Visiting quaint Rogliano, Southern Italy”