Author: Marcela Faé

How to plan your luggage ahead

One of the most interesting and exciting parts of planing a trip is to start packing, right? But is it on this time that most of us start wondering things like: How the weather will be? What I need to pack? What I should leave it behind? What is too much? Will everything fit on this tiny bag? What if it’s too cold? What if it is too hot? One thing is certain: it does not matter what you think you’ll NEED to bring it with you, you will not use everything! The problem with bringing it more than...

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Grotte di Castellana for #WeareinPuglia

Grotte di Castellana, or Castellana Caves in English, are a system of caves close to Bari, in Puglia. If you are in the south of Italy, you should find a way to get close to this spectacular limestone caves. Italy’s longest natural subterranean network was first discovered back in 1938 by the speleologist Franco Anelli and it contains an incredible range of underground landscapes. From the stalactites and stalagmites at the Grotta Bianca, the highlight of the place, to La Grave, Caverna Nera and Caverna del Precipizio. We were there taking pictures of everything so you can see how...

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The Best Dresdner Eierschecke

I discovered the charms of the Eierschecke watching videos about Dresden once our trip there got confirmed by GoEuro. After learning about what it is and all the infos regarding the Eierschecke and its significance, I remember that I looked at Felipe and said “I NEED to try this as soon as we arrive in Dresden, ok?“. We went to Dresden to spend 2 days, a Saturday and a Sunday. After walking around the whole old town, taking all the pictures I could and much more, I’ve decided to do a little research before jumping into the first Eierschecke I...

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Polignano a Mare #WeareinPuglia

Polignano a Mare is a small comune on the coast of the Adriatic Sea. The town rests atop a 20 meter high cliff of limestone and lays above crystal clear waters that gives it the nickname Pearl of the Adriatic Sea. The small city is a meeting point of different cultures. Its historic center has traces of Byzantine, Spanish, Norman and Arba rule. But the origins of this beautiful city can be traced back to the 4th century BC when Greek settlers founded the city of Neapolis. This city flourished under roman rule and was so important that Emperor Trajan directed...

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Our Favourite Places in Dresden

Many of you already know that Fotostrasse went to Dresden, Germany a few days ago, right? If you didn’t know that, you should follow us on Twitter. This is the first of many posts we’ll do about this wonderful city here in Germany. A quick, easy and free list of our Favourite Places in Dresden. This can help you if you’re there like we were, for 1 or 2 days and you want to make the best of it. Below you can see our five favourite places in Dresden to take pictures and be surrounded by history. Dresden Frauenkirche The Dresden Frauenkirche is a...

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Alberobello – The Trulli Capital of the World

Alberobello is a small town in the province of Bari, in the italian region of Puglia. It has 11.000 inhabitants and it is famous for its unique trulli buildings. And they are part of the Unesco World Heritage sites since 1996. Comune di Alberobello – The Trulli Capital of the World Alberobello is known as the Capital of the Trulli. But you may be asking yourself, what is Trulli? Trulli (singular: Trullo) are a traditional and simple type of structure which you’ll see all around this part of Puglia, sometimes in its most basic form used as a kind...

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Free Wifi in Berlin – Neukölln

Most people don’t have a clue about what GEMA is and how shitty is to find a good and free internet connection in Germany’s Hauptstadt. Berlin is far behind New York, São Paulo and other major cities when it comes to free wifi for the public. But here you will find 5 great locations to find your free wifi in Neukölln. And they all open on Sundays, so you can come and enjoy a coffee even on Berlin’s most boring day of the week. But if what you’re looking is free wifi in places outside Neukölln, check out our list on foursquare...

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Where to eat in Bari – #WeAreInPuglia

Italy is a country with so much to offer. Culture, history, caves, ancient cities, beaches, volcanoes, mountains… But some of you will agree with me when I say: Italian cuisine is by far, my favorite side of Italy. And Puglia couldn’t be any different, huh? So on this first real post about #WeAreInPuglia, I’ll show you, Italy’s main star: the food! Here you will find out where to eat in Bari like a king. Where to eat in Bari While I was in Bari, I had the pleasure to try 3 restaurants: Giampaolo, Terranima and La Cecchina. Until now...

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