Day 143 – Jekovacka Tabija

Day 143 – Jekovacka Tabija

The Yellow Bastion The Jekovacka Tabija is also known as the Yellow Bastion because of its yellow stones. The name came from the Bosnian word “jeko” that means echo in sound but it can also mean hauling sound when in pain. The Jekovacka Tabija is also...
Rovinj – Croatia

Rovinj – Croatia

Rovinj – Istrian Peninsula Located on the west coast of the Istrian Peninsula, Rovinj is one of the 9 cities of Istria. It was an island until 1763 but today, with all the construction, there is no separation from the continent. Here the houses were built...
Day 110 – Pula Castle

Day 110 – Pula Castle

History and lovely views This castle, located in the central Pula hilltop is 34m above the sea. The story of this place started long before the construction of this baroque fortress from the 17th century that you can see here. Due to its strategic position, Pula has a...
Day 90 – Cesena and the Malatestiana Library

Day 90 – Cesena and the Malatestiana Library

Cesena  With less than 100000 inhabitants, Cesena is a small town in the heart of Romagna. Being in the center of Romagna the most used language is Romagnol: a local dialect that I confess I didn’t even know it existed. Like any Italian city, there is no lack of...
Fiesole

Fiesole

Fiesole is a small town 8km from Florence. At first glance, it’s a city without anything special but the view that we get over Florence is indescribable, and the town itself is well worth a visit. It is the wealthiest municipality in Tuscany and one of the...