While travelling Italy during early fall the sun still seems to be your constant companion, the heat isn’t as overbearing anymore as in summer though. So you can better enjoy this European country being particularly rich in history as well as in nature.
The so called Trullis are roundhouses popular in certain parts of the region of Apuglia in Italy. They are build of stone and allow nice temperatures even in the heat of summer, similar to caves. They used to be houses for the poor but since the 20th Century they gained popularity and towns featuring them like Alberobello became magnets for visitors from around the world.
Deep down in a valley in the region of Apuglia in southern Italy lies Alberobello, a beautiful town distinguished by peculiar architecture and the shining white color of its buildings.
The proper history of England begins with the conquest of the island by the Anglo-Saxons in the 6th century, but for many thousand years before the country was inhabited by settlers, who cultivated the land and made it arable for the upcoming generations. During this process the landscape was altered extensively of course, England used to be covered by dense forests before like other parts of Northern Europe. A lot of the wood was used for ship making, as England was an island country and hence depended on sea trade and also on fishing. England became rich and in the middle ages beautiful castles where built and monasteries, which were surrounded by little towns, which became bigger towns with magnificent cathedrals later on. A lot of the history of England can be seen still today when travelling England. Take your time, don’t hurry and never forget the cup of tea in the afternoon!
Wandering through the many labyrinth-like streets of Rome is like walking through history itself. At every corner there is a church or monument with significance. But what makes Rome are the people and their culture. The Romans are enjoying themselves and their lifestyle, which consists of spending time with friends and having a good wine and dinner. Don’t dare to leave Rome without having tried some of the local cuisine! And there is more than just Pizza (although it is delicious over here to be fair).