Donnersbachklamm Gorge - Parking, Trail, Opening Hours ...
November 27th, 2023
The Donnersbachklamm (Donnersbach Gorge) is a less-known gorge in Murau, Austria. The gorge, which a 4.5 km hike can walk, follows the Donnersbach River with the same name, sometimes on a forest path or a wooden boardwalk across the creek. It is an easy, child-friendly excursion for the whole family. The gorge was formed about 12,000 years ago and has been considered a national treasure since 1991. Until 1961, wood was floated into the valley on the creek, which today collects the glacier water
Haslacher Waterfall (Schleierfall), South Tyrol
November 24th, 2023
The 40-meter-high Schleierfall waterfall is one of the most beautiful waterfalls in South Tyrol. The waterfall, accessible by hiking, is a graceful cascade resembling a veil. The hiking route is fabulous, with breathtaking views of the surrounding Alps and the Grossglockner (since you're in its southern part). If you come here in summer, expect a higher water flow and a thick, powerful waterfall. By the way, the waterfall comes from the Staniskabach. ❗Attention! The waterfall has several names.
Wiener Neustadt - Things to See with the Old Town
November 20th, 2023
Just a few kilometres from Hungary lies one of Austria's most visited cities, Wiener Neustadt. With its rich history, Wiener Neustadt is a perfect choice for a cosy weekend getaway and exploring the surrounding area, hiking, or even skiing in the splendid Austrian countryside in winter. The German name "Wiener Neustadt" translates to "Viennese New City" in English. The name reflects the city's historical connection to Vienna because it was founded in 1192 by Austrian Duke Leopold VI as a new fo
Genoa (Genova) - Top 13 Things to See [with the area]
November 17th, 2023
The largest city on the Italian Riviera is Genova (in English: Genoa), the birthplace of Christopher Columbus (Cristoforo Colombo). The city is full of narrow, winding streets, medieval buildings, and huge squares that are a fair representation of its past. Its historical centre is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. During the days spent here, you can enjoy many experiences worth relaxing on one of the local beaches the next day. 💡Did you know? It is the birthplace of the much-loved pesto sauce.
Alpe Adria Trail - Details: Stages, Cycling Route ...
November 15th, 2023
The 720-kilometre Alpe-Adria Trail is a long-distance hiking trail that stretches from the Grossglockner mountain in Austria through Slovenia and ends at the Adriatic Sea in Italy. It covers approximately 448 miles and passes through diverse landscapes, including alpine regions, forests, lakes, and cultural heritage sites. The trail allows hikers to experience the natural beauty and cultural richness of the Alps, the Julian Alps, and the Karst region as it traverses through three countries. It
Lötzklamm Gorge (Zammer Lochputz) - All the Details ...
November 13th, 2023
The 600-meter-long Lötzklamm is one of the gorges Tyrol's official tourism association recommended. The history of the child-friendly excursion destination, filled with legends, will also attract the little ones. Those more interested in the view can also visit the impressive 30-meter-high waterfall. Map - Where is Lötzklamm gorge? The gorge can be found in Austria, in the province of Tyrol. It is located west of Innsbruck (the seat), next to the town of Zams, which can be reached on the A12
Spanish Steps (Scalinata di Trinità dei Monti)
November 9th, 2023
The Spanish Steps, known as "Scalinata di Trinità dei Monti" in Italian, are a famous monumental staircase in Rome. It is one of the city's most iconic and visited attractions, connecting the Piazza di Spagna (Spanish Square) at the bottom to the Trinità dei Monti church at the top. Designed by Italian architect Francesco de Sanctis, it was constructed between 1723 and 1725. The staircase has 135 steps and features an elegant butterfly design with three flights of steps and terraces. The bustli
Milan Things to See – Top 17 Attractions
November 7th, 2023
Milan (Milano) is one of the world's fashion, art and culture centres. Its rich history dates back to ancient times, as the Celts founded it. Various civilizations and empires oversaw it, including the Romans, Visigoths, and Byzantines. It flourished during the Renaissance under the rule of the Sforza and Visconti families. There are countless attractions within its "walls". The most famous is the Gothic-style Milano Cathedral (Duomo di Milano), a magnificent cathedral known for its intricate a
Cascate Di Riva (Reinbach Waterfall) - Hiking Trail and Details
November 6th, 2023
Reinbach is a high-flow river in South Tyrol, nestled among the peaks of the Alps. Cascate Di Riva waterfall is located in the Parco Naturale Vedrette di Ries-Aurina (Naturpark Rieserferner-Ahrn) area, which is known for having more glaciers than anywhere else in the region, surpassing only the quantity of waterfalls. 💡Cascate Di Riva is also known as Reinbach Waterfall in German. Quick Overview * Location: Italy, South Tyrol, Alps * Town: Campo Tures * Number of waterfalls: 3 * Height:
November 2nd, 2023
The Sistine Chapel is primarily famous for its remarkable ceiling painted by Michelangelo. The ceiling frescoes depict scenes from the Book of Genesis, including the iconic image of God giving life to Adam, with their outstretched hands almost touching. Today, it is one of the most visited landmarks in Rome. Michelangelo's art and the grand scale of the frescoes made the Sistine Chapel a symbol of artistic excellence and a masterpiece of Renaissance art. Its historical and religious significanc
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