If you read up on Milan before a trip to the city, you will mainly find pictures of the Milan Cathedral. This imposing building is the landmark and the main attraction for all tourists. I think that’s right – a visit to the cathedral is simply part of a visit to Milan.
Milan does not lie on any significant and large river. Nevertheless, there are canals here, Naviglio, which are fed by the rivers of the hinterland. These man-made connections give Milan access by water to the Adriatic Sea.
The Castello Sforzesco, like the Duomo, is one of the main attractions in Milan. The castle in Milan is located on the Piazza Castello northwest of the old town. Directly behind the castle is a large park where you can take a wonderful walk.
Magdeburg calls itself the “Otto City”. During a visit to the Ottonianum Cathedral Museum in Magdeburg, you can search for traces of one of the two “Ottos” who had so much influence on the development of the city.
Our cruise with the AIDAperla began and ended at the port of Palma on Majorca. We took the time on our departure day to get the shuttle into the city to visit the Cathedral of Palma.
We like Lanzarote at every season. This time, we chose March to flee the cold in Germany and instead enjoy 24 degrees Celsius, sunshine and the Hotel SBH Roxal Monica in Playa Blanca.
We started looking for a flat in Barcelona early on, right after we had decided to spend about three weeks there.