Sophie's World - Anne-Sophie Redisch

Sophie's World - Anne-Sophie Redisch

The World / Wanderer, mostly with kids, sometimes solo. Writer, dreamer, story teller, negotiator, mum. Searching for the world's curious corners. www.sophiesworld.net
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Walls and towers are all that remain of the fortresses that surrounded the once important Roman town of Bellinzona. These walls have protected key routes between northern and southern Europe through the centuries.

Highlights of four nights in Asolo, Italy -- a beautiful and romantic town on a hilltop in Italy's Veneto region. Where to eat, sleep, and see the sights.

In Carlingford, you'll find mountains and loughs, medieval streets, ancient castles, bright colours and the last of the leprechauns. And jolly good craic.

Discovering the historical and cultural highlights (and more) of Mantua, Italy, a UNESCO World Heritage Site and 2016 Italian Capital of Culture

I’m up in the cool, crisp air in Switzerland’s Jura mountains, in the somewhat obscure little town of Le Locle. Just like its neighbour, La Chaux-de-Fonds, this town owes its existence to one of the country’s many claims to fame: watch production. UNESCO has deemed the two towns worthy of special protection for the future and added them to the prestigious World Heritage list.

Dänische Kronjuwelen in Kopenhagen ... #kronjuwelen #schlossrosenborg #kopenhagen #dänemark

Christiansfeld, one of the latest additions to UNESCOs World Heritage list, is very small. Walking through town takes a leisurely hour, incl. a look at the cemetery, a peek inside some of the houses, perusing the craft shops, and stop at one of the bakeries in Lindegade street, where honey cakes have been baked and sold since 1797 and is still made according to the old recipes.

Christiansfeld, one of the latest additions to UNESCOs World Heritage list, is very small. Walking through town takes a leisurely hour, incl. a look at the cemetery, a peek inside some of the houses, perusing the craft shops, and stop at one of the bakeries in Lindegade street, where honey cakes have been baked and sold since 1797 and is still made according to the old recipes.

Food, wine, spirits --- surprises on the culinary trail in Montana from Bozeman to Missoula by Catherine Sweeney via Dave's Travel Corner