Looking at it now, visiting Copenhagen was never such a thrilling idea for us. Well, at least until the complete world lock-down and ban on travel came upon us all.
We’re not much of a climbers or hikers but we do enjoy outdoor life, especially if it involves drinking or eating 🙂
So, the story behind a day trip to Rjukan, was actually a visit to the Norwegian Industrial Workers Museum (Norsk Industriarbeidermuseum) located in Vemork power station.
So, I have this list with the places I want to visit and things I would like to see.
The last day in Genova was reserved for a visit to one of the largest aquariums in Europe, the Aquarium of Genoa.
If you have read my last post, you probably wondered about the true reason for traveling alongside the Ligurian coast. Well, now is the time to find out 🙂
Sitting in one place has never been our thing, so while in Ligurian capital, I have decided to explore the surroundings of Genoa. The ride along Mar Ligure was our travel route, but the goal was something else that I will touch in my next post. For now, a bit about tongue twisting town in Savone province; Laigueglia.
Finding a place for my birthday dinner is always challenging.
If you read my last post, you’re already familiar with the most famous dishes and ingredients in Ligurian cuisine. Now it’s time to give you some tips on where to eat and what to order if you ever find yourself in the capital of Liguria region.
Ligurian cuisine is most notable for its pesto Genovese, but trust me there is so much more than that.