Picasso 1932 – LOVE, FAME, TRAGEDY

The Tate Modern Gallery is one of my favourite in London. The Tate is an institution that houses the United Kingdom's national collection of British art, and international modern and contemporary art. I went to the Tate to see the Picasso exhibition. This is the first ever solo Pablo Picasso exhibition at Tate Modern. Bringing us face-to-face... Continue Reading →

Sunny Sunday!

It is such a pleasure to be back in the amazing city of Munich. Even better to return on a beautiful sunny spring day. The stunning architecture really reflects the sunlight. One of the most interesting cities in Germany for me, a favourite indeed. If you ever happen to come to Germany don't hesitate to... Continue Reading →

Where “New” is Five Hundred Years’ Old!

The incredible museum Castel Nuovo (literally, 'New Castle'), also known as Maschio Angioino, looks very medieval. The building is amazingly well preserved, it has sculptures, and paintings from the 15th century. The castle was called "Nuovo" (new) to distinguish it from the oldest castles already existing in the city, Castel dell'Ovo and Castel Capuano. Built between... Continue Reading →

The Bloscar Award!

Welcome to the Bloscars! This special award by Ultimatetravel is to nominate all the bloggers that have been working hard for our entertainment and fun. The categories are for the best Travellers, Writers, Poets, Artists, Beauticians, Photographers, People-who-help-others-through-their-experiences-in-life, and many more. I would like to say a big thank you to all the followers, viewers,... Continue Reading →

Carpathian Capers

Sinaia is a city in Romania, in the historical region of Mountenia in the Carpathian Mountains. It is where the German neo-renaissance Peleș Castle is situated.  Peles Castle is considered to be one of the most beautiful castles in Europe, an architectural masterpiece. It has a pretty railway station, too, which is within walking distance to... Continue Reading →

Antwerp’s Allure

Antwerp is a beautiful city only 45 minutes away from Brussels. In the mid-16th century it was one of Europe’s most important cities and home to baroque superstar painter Pieter Paul Rubens. I have no doubts that this charming city is the country’s capital of cool. It's long been a powerful magnet for everyone from fashion... Continue Reading →

Piazza del Plebicito

The Piazza del Plebicito is an interesting large square in Naples. It was named after a plebiscite that was taken in 1860 that took Naples into the Kingdom of Italy. This noble 19th century semicircular piazza is enclosed on one side by the royal palace, on the other, by the neoclassical façade of the church of San Francesco di Paola,... Continue Reading →

Rocking the Rocky Mountains!

My driving tour from Vancouver to the Rocky Mountains was really amazing. I had the opportunity to visit different places, and one of the towns that I stopped by was called Banff. This place is so beautiful, surrounded by beautiful mountains. This town offers endless things to do, alive with adventure, and wonderful vistas in... Continue Reading →

The Lost City!

The ancient City of Pompeii is only an hour away from the coastal city of Naples. It is simply incredible.  Along with Herculaneum, and many villas in the surrounding area, it was mostly destroyed and buried under 4 to 6 m (13 to 20 ft) of volcanic ash and pumice in the eruption of Mount Vesuvius in AD 79.     The eruption destroyed the city, and... Continue Reading →

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