Flying from Malta, I landed on the East coast. Welcome to Catania.
A few weeks ago, I had the pleasure to stay in a traditional maltese house in Silema, a walking distance from the sea. Balconies often constitute the main component of facades. Made of wood, they are a bright touch of color on the honey-coloured old stone houses.
Silema bay offers a nice view over Valetta, the capital city of Malta, reachable by boat in 15 minutes.
A 40 minutes bus ride later, welcome to Mdina, a medieval walled town situated on a hill in the centre of the island.
And, although it’s packed with tourists, a boat tour to Comino offers you a stunning view over the blue lagoon’s crystal waters.
Climbing up Vor Frelsers Kirke‘s corkscrew spire is a must do in Copenhagen. What a breathtaking view over the city and its architecture.
I’ve been enjoying nice walks around my new neighborhood these days.
Christianshavn offers diverse types of achitecture, charming little streets as well as lively crossroads. Water and nature are predominant (Christianshavn is an artifical island neighbourhood founded in the early 17th century by Christian IV) as you walk by the canal or around the bastions.