Antoine de Saint-Exupéry was born 120 years ago today. The popular French writer was a pilot by profession and his experiences as a pioneer of aviation inspired his novels. He wrote “The Little Prince” in 1943, one year before his death.Read More
In the recent weeks and months, due to the pandemic, we have only been able to reach the stunning landscapes of Europe and other continents virtually. Now that the world is slowly awakening, travellers will once again get hope…
Whether raw, barren, gentle green, playful, romantic, Normandy is a world of contrasts, an ideal destination if you are looking for a wonderful journey.
“As a diplomat of the Military Order of Malta, I do not deal with politics. We have humanitarian tasks. What is particularly good, that there has not been a similar order to this for 900 years. We celebrated our 900-year-anniversary in Rome in 2013. It is a very uplifting feeling to belong to an organization which has been working perfectly for 900 years.”Read More
Galway is the largest city in Ireland’s western province of Connacht. It is a lively university town and is considered to be one of the main centre of Irish folk music. Today, with a population of 65,000, it is the fastest growing city in Europe and is still adhering to its traditions. It is well known for its art galleries and shops, most of which are located in the charming medieval quarter of the city.Read More
In our days, Beethoven is the most listened to and most frequently performed classical composer in the world. His works are passionate, catching the audience’s ears and heart with his tunes in no time. His works were beyond his age and are part of the cultural heritage of mankind. His only opera, Fidelio, is a celebration of freedom, nature and power of creation. His Ode to Joy from his Symphony No. 9. has become the European anthem.Read More