All in History
Welcome to the least and most Russian city at the same time. Saint Petersburg is fascinating and full of contradictions. This gem was created in 1703 from the iron will of Tsar Peter the Great. Inspired by his journey in Western Europe, he wanted a new capital that would break with Russian traditions.
This article presents you top things to do in Bukhara. Bukhara is protected by the UNESCO for being one of the best preserved medieval city in Central Asia. It was a major trading place on the ancient Silk Roads connecting the far East with Europe.
Samarkand is a treasure city that greatly influenced the architecture of the Islamic world. Destroyed and reborn many times over the centuries, Samarkand and its sites are now under UNESCO protection and still untouched by mass-tourism.
The capital city of Oman is a hidden gem miles away from the glitz and modernity of its neighbor Dubai. We spent a few days there in the most luxurious palace in town. We share with you our tips to discover Muscat’s history and heritage.
Bangkok is a vibrant and colorful megalopolis where modernity and tradition coexist in the same streets. On top of the must-see landmarks, it is very easy to go off-the-beaten track and discover the authentic side of the Thai capital city.
The city of Chiang Mai used to belong for the Lanna Kingdom, which shaped a unique local culture in the north of Thailand. We explored the different aspects of this culture through food, the history of Buddhist temples, the colonial architecture and the roles of elephants in the teak-wood industry.