Nisa Maier

Nisa Maier

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Vienna / Traveller and Photographer. Born in Austria, raised in Africa, lived in Australia and is exploring the world. Founder of http://letstravelsomewhere.com
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Craco survived volcanic eruptions, malaria outbreaks, the black plague and centuries of war. But in the end, Mother Nature brought it down. An Educational Center That Survived For Centuries. Craco is a hilltop village in the southern region of Basilicata, about 60km from Matera, that was once a mo…

Craco is a hilltop village on the southern region of Basilicata not far from Matera. Situated on a very steep summit, which was the perfect spot for defensive

All my life have I listend to the amazing adventure stories of my parent’s month-long road trips through northern and central Africa. Those stories that struck me the most where the ones about their trips through the Sahara desert. They crossed the desert several times by themselves with an Un…

The dunes of Erg Chebbi reach a height of up to 150 meters in places and altogether it spans an area of 50 kilometers from north to south and up to kilometers from east to west.

Still need inspiration for your next holiday? Or maybe you're travelling to Cambodia in the next couple of months? Be sure to check out this paradise island in the Gulf of Thailand! #BeachParadise

Still need inspiration for your next holiday? Or maybe you're travelling to Cambodia in the next couple of months? Be sure to check out this paradise island in the Gulf of Thailand!

It took 30 minutes and a whole lot of patience to get this photograph of the famous Christmas tree in front of the Rockefeller Center.

Yes, Christmas is wonderful, but by it I actually mean Christmas in New York! It's always been a dream of mine to

The walk into the cater would include sharp drops, slippery steps and a toxic turquoise lake. At almost 2.800 metres, this place is a working mine where men carry up to 100 kilos of sulfur out of the mouth of the volcano down to the weighing station. They do this by hand up to three times a day, six days a week, starting at 1 a.m. when it’s still cool outside.

The walk into the cater would includes sharp drops, slippery steps and a toxic turquoise lake. At almost metres, this place is a working mine where men

A stroll through Matera is like a stroll through a forgotten past. If you visit this atmospheric, suggestive town, you’ll almost feel like walking into a crib. It’s not for nothing that Matera is also called the second Bethlehem and was the filming location for movies like Passion of …

Matera is located in a remote corner of southern Italy in the small region Basilicata. It’s not the easiest place to reach but because of it's remoteness Matera

This article was written in collaboration with Expedia.com. The West Coast of the United States is a popular road trip destination among tourists and locals. Driving from South to North (or vice versa) will offer spectacular views, amazing national parks and vibrant cities. From Los Angeles to San F…

There are plenty of reasons: the superb location along the ocean, the beautiful beaches of its surroundings, the European-Mediterranean architecture and of

The Strada delle 52 Gallerie trail alternates between a dirt track and tunnels…

The road of 52 tunnels is not just any hike; This military mountain road was built during World War I.

Oberstalleralm is one if the most serene and peaceful places in Tyrol.

Oberstalleralm is one if the most serene and peaceful places in Tyrol.