Postcards from a solo adventure traveler…
In the southeastern corner of the Massif Central, the ancient highlands of central France, the Ardèche River carved its scenic way through the limestone plateau over millions of years. Before rejoining the Rhone River on its way to the Mediterranean, it created the...
A leading city of culture throughout its long history, Bologna is home to a variety of exceptional museums that illustrate its enduring artistic heritage.
From Medieval times to the Baroque era, the magnificent churches of Bologna chronicle the historic and artistic grandeur of the city,
Along the Porticoes of the Strada Maggiore, an introduction to Bologna’s medieval golden age.
In the northwestern corner of Italy, the unjustly overlooked ancient hillside city of Saluzzo has preserved the urban characteristics of the fifteenth century.
From former capital of the powerful Dukes of Savoy and glorious showcase of Piemontese Baroque architecture to industrial powerhouse, Turin is one of Italy’s best kept secrets.
Throughout history, the fate of the mountainous northwestern corner of Italy bordering France and Switzerland has been influenced by its strategic location as the entry point to the Italian peninsula from the surrounding Alpine passes. Today, its many Roman and Medieval fortified towns and monasteries still give evidence to this turbulent past.
In the foothills of the Italian Alps, the historic city of Turin recounts the story of very different civilizations in two world-class museums: The Egyptian Museum and the Palazzo Madama.
Western Europe’s largest delta, where the Rhône River meets the Mediterranean Sea, the Camargue is a unique mosaic of wetland teaming with wildlife — and a place of history and legends.
From Galway to the Dingle Peninsula, an especially scenic drive around County Clare the Wild Atlantic Way. .
Connemara is a breathtaking kaleidoscope of rusty bogs, lonely hills and soaring crags rising from slate blue lakes.
It’s a one-hour drive north from Dublin to Brú na Bóinne, and 5,000 years back in time.
Two outstanding Dublin museums explore the historical and cultural heritage of Ireland.
I was barely in my teens when travel became a driving force in my life. Now as a travel writer and photographer, I have visited over 45 countries in some of the most photogenic corners of the planet, taking tens of thousands of pictures along the way. With my work, I thrive to capture the natural and cultural uniqueness of each area I visit. Get to know me better…