Albania’s smaller cities have a lot to offer in terms of architecture and heritage. We visited several and enjoyed them all.
Albania has many fascinating archaeological sites to explore.
A bright red flag with a black double headed eagle is the symbol of Albania. Its seen everywhere, far more than in most European countries, the red is for bravery and the eagle represents the sovereign state of Albania. Its capital, Tirana, is right in the centre of the country.
Nuremberg in Bavaria is famous for the Nazi rally grounds, the charming altstadt (old town) tiny sausages, and a giant chair! Continue reading
Bavaria really is one of the most beautiful parts of Europe.
Superstition is part of Scandinavian life, Icelanders changed the route of a major road so as not to upset eleves and the Norwegians have trolls.
Bergen, surrounded by fjords and mountains, is the second largest city in Norway.
Norway in June means no darkness, a photo taken at midnight shows how light it is.
There are coach day trips from Benidorm but its cheap and easy to take a bus or a tram. Continue reading
Y Viva Espania may be an old song but I’ve always though Spain is an underrated holiday destination so I decided a cheap ten days in Benidorm was a good way to spend time in early May. Continue reading