After visiting a large part of Europe, I present you my top 10 of the most beautiful cities that have left a memorable impression. The top is composed only of the cities I visited, I’m sure there are other beautiful cities out there that I have not yet had the chance to visit. For these I’m waiting for your suggestions in the comments section. We have included only the cities that have preserved their character and authentic beauty, not including those who have sacrificed their personality just for the sake of tourism (I can give Venice as an example of this)

10 Paris – France

I wasn’t sure if this city deserves to be included in the top because it can also easily be included in the list of the most overrated cities to visit and depending on the area you stay, it can also be included in the list of the most dangerous cities to visit. In principle, the French capital lives on the laurels of the past, but although the city of lights doesn’t shine so bright as it used to, it is still quite bright and appealing. The central area that you see as a tourist is still very beautiful and an example of urban planning to be looked up to. Also, the city offers a very large concentration of attractions that will keep you busy for at least a week, so it’s always a safe bet for a successful holiday. Protests, strikes and locals who do not speak English and who do not stand criticism towards their city or their country, all make sure you get a really authentic experience.

9 Valletta – Malta


Top 10 cele mai frumoase si autentice orase de vizitat in Europa

[Top 10 most beautiful and authentic cities in Europe English version]

Dupa ce am vizitat o bucata mare din Europa, am sa va prezint un top 10 al celor mai frumoase orase care mi-au lasat o impresie memorabila. Topul este compus doar din cele vizitate, sunt sigur ca sunt si alte orase frumoase unde nu am apucat sa ajung, pentru acestea va astept cu sugestii in sectiunea de comentarii. Am inclus in top doar orasele care si-au pastrat caracterul si frumusetea autentica si nu am inclus pe cele spoite sau pe cele care si-au sacrificat personalitatea pentru a da bine la turisti (va pot da exemplu Venetia aici)

10 Paris – Franta

Nu eram sigur daca orasul merita inclus in acest top datorita faptului ca poate fi lejer inclus in topul celor mai supra evaluate orase de vizitat si in functie de zona in care esti acolo, poate fi lejer inclus si in topul celor mai periculoase orase de vizitat. In principiu capitala Franceza cam traieste pe laurii trecutului dar desi orasul luminilor numai straluceste atat de tare, este in continuare destul de sclipitor si atragator. Zona centrala pe care o vezi ca turist este in continuare foarte frumoasa si un exemplu de urbanistica demna de urmat. De asemenea orasul ofera o concentratie foarte mare de atractii care iti ocupa lejer o saptamana, asa ca este intotdeauna un pariu sigur pentru o vacanta reusita. Protestele, grevele si localnicii care nu vorbesc engleza si care nu suporta critici la adresa orasului si a tarii lor se asigura ca vei primi o experienta cu adevarat autentica.

9 Valletta – Malta

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Madrid Spain Review

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Although I had the opportunity to see Spain during my voyages, I always wanted a holiday in this wonderful country so I can trully enjoy it. The small escapades and stays through Barcelona and Valencia were beautiful but too short, so between courses I managed to escape with my girlfriend nine days in the Spanish capital, Madrid. I flew with Wizzair from Bucharest, and the tikets bought a month before costed 100 Euro per person. You will not have problems with Wizzair as long as you respect the limits and conditions stated on their website, especially when it comes to hand luggage allowed on the flight.

We landed late in the country and met our hosts there, which whom I wish to thank you so much for your hospitality, and we went straight to sleep. In the morning we woke up to a beautiful view of  Torrejon de Ardoz suburbia, which is a new neighborhood near Madrid, a quiet neighborhood, planned and executed properly, full of green spaces and parks where it was a pleasure to take a walk. [Read more after photos]

Although the suburb is about 30 kilometers from Madrid, you can easily reach the city using a very good transportation system that consists of suburban trains. The state run train company called Renfe , have a frequency of 15-20 minutes and looks flawless, even the older trains. And in the central areas the trains go underground and cross the whole town, very similar to the RER in Paris. Ticket prices vary depending on how many zones you cross, in our case a ticket costs 2.6 euros per trip, but there are cards with 10 or more trips, that make traveling more advantageous. We got off the train at Atocha station , a huge station, which is the city’s main railway hub with links to all Renfe lines, to the metro and also to the main train station were the AVE high-speed trains to other cities in Spain stop. Basically everything related to public transport looks flawless in Madrid. Mostly it’s all largely new, and is well maintained. [Read more after photos]

From here there is only one more stop to Puerta del Sol, the main tourist square in the historic city center. This square surrounded by old buildings is always full of tourists from all over the world, entertainers and street performers and from here you can walk to all the downtown attractions. We took the pedestrian street of Calle Arenal, where there are many shops with souvenirs, clothes, sweets and especially sausage shops where there are exposed proudly many types of Iberian Jamon. Spaniards have developed a passionate obsession for this slightly smoked meat that is sliced ​​for you directly from the pulp of a whole pig. on This Jamon is quite expensive , but it’s quite good also …. and when I say expensive I mean an indicative price of 100 euros per kilogram. [Read more after photos]


Continuing our journey, we arrive at Opera Square following the route and on to the great Royal Palace. The palace is really impressive and serves today as the residence for the royal family of Spain. Near the palace is the great and grand cathedral “de la Almudena”, where the royal family ceremonies take place. This Cathedral which is the largest in Madrid, you can visit for free, but to climb to the dome terrace you will pay a fee of 5 euros. To visit the royal palace nearby the fee is 11 Euro. Also in the area you will find Plaza Mayor, which is a huge pedestrian space enclosed on all 4 sides of a historic buildings, full of cafes and restaurants. My recommendation is to walk along the many narrow streets paralel to the main attractions , which are not only less traveled places  but offer superb views, that normally only locals enjoy. [Read more after photos]


The next day we went to the central station Atocha and on to Retiro Park. The main and most famous park of Madrid is simply huge, includes two lakes, a botanical garden, outdoor theater and two art galleries. Here you will find the Palacio de Cristal, which is a small palace made almost entirely of glass, and hosts exhibits (actually hung) bones of all age and sizes. A little further is the second lake, where the monument to Alfonso watchers over. [Read more after photos]

Leaving the park behind , we pass the Puerta de Alcala and glampse the Post Office palace called Palacio de Cibeles, an impressive structure that now houses the City Hall of Madrid. Immediately nextto it starts the Gran Via, where you can admire some of the most beautiful buildings in the “new”, structures from the golden age of imperial Madrid. Here we found many restaurants specializing in seafood and other goodies. A menu can be found here for as low as 15 euros if you search a little. The whole downtown area is filled with underground parking, pedestrian plazas, bicycle paths and the sidewalk here it is holy and usually much wider than roadways. Authorities discourages driving and coming here with your car, and the results are visible. Honestly I do not see why you would do that, given that you have a Metro or a Renfe  station next to you almost everywhere. [Read more after photos]

The day after we dedicated to visiting Santiago Bernabeu stadium. The Spanish turned the house of Real Madrid club into a true international attraction. The tour cost 19 Euro per person but it’s worth it, you get to see everything including all the backstage areas. I admit it’s damn good to sit on the coaches bench near the play field. The Club’s history and achievements are presented in an interactive tour and the galleries which host countless trophies are impressive. A must see for any football fan. [Read more after photos]

The stadium is located in the newest part of town, near the financial center. Going forward we reach the Puerta del Europe. Here you will find two of the most tilted towers in the world, an impressive engineering achievement from any point of view. It would have been nice though to let you go up in one of the two towers but unfortunately are both towers are intended exclusively for commercial use. Right next door is the Cuatro Torres Business Area, a set of four of skyscrapers  that are the tallest buildings on the Iberian peninsula. Although the financial center of Madrid can not compete La Défense in Paris or The City of London it’s still a must see for modern architecture fans. [Read more after photos]

The next two days we were lucky that our hosts had free from work and we all went to check out some medieval tourist towns near the capital. We started with Toledo, a medieval town located 60 kilometers from Madrid , which is simply superb. If you think Sighisoara is beautiful, you really need to see what’s there.  The well preserved city on the hill is included in Unesco heritage, and it is most known for the fact that here started the reconquest of the peninsula by the Christians kings from the Muslims Moors , more than a thousand years ago. The Catholic Cathedral of Toledo combines gothic elements with is Arab elements and it is a delight for the eyes. [Read more after photos]

The next day we went in the opposite direction from Madrid, to Manzanares el Real Castle, one of the many medieval restored castles , which is about the size of Bran castle. From here we went to the winter resort of Navacerrada, but unfortunately the snow was missing completely, being replaced only by the cold and thick fog, so we continued on to the beautiful Segovia. Like Toledo, Segovia is part of Unesco and is a city developed by the Romans. The tall aqueduct built by them still watches over the city and today is one of the main attractions, as well as the Catholic cathedral built later during the Christian reconquest of the peninsula. I must admit that these medieval cities were my favorite part of the holiday and I can only imagine how it would look if our castles and medieval cities in Romania were properly restored. Here almost everywhere in the medieval cities, the car traffic is severely restricted or banned. Tourists who choose to come by car leave their car outside the city walls, or in one of underground parking under the city.[Read more after photos]

Likewise, in Madrid, it seems that the real achievements of the city are those that are not seen: everywhere near the main sights, the car traffic and parking spaces were moved underground without any problem. Besides the city river embankment, all car traffic that used to run along parallel to the river, was buried under the river with great effort, resulting in some large open spaces, meant for pedestrians, more details here.  No negative remarks regarding the countries  motorways either. Spain, which in the 90s was not too far from Romania, has today the most kilometers of motorway in Europe, most of them built on EU money, and most of them intersect in Madrid. The GPS was holy here. [Read more after photos]

On the last day we visited the amusement park “Parque de Atracciones de Madrid”, though it was not all open due to the season, and although it was raining that day , it still attracted quite a few customers. Here we found some of the coolest roller coasters, but the park has also attractions for the whole family and for all ages. I also recommend going to a Flamenco show, prices are quite steep but it’s worth every Euro for the performance. [Read more after photos]

In conclusion, Spain is a very beautiful country, where the people don’t seem to be bothered that there is a financial crisis and other stuff and rather prefer to keep going with their way of life and work, with their afternoon siesta breaks. They didn’t build or creat something amazing but simply did what it was supposed to be done and in the proper time , and they done a darn good job also. Well worth the trip.

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Madrid Spania Review

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Desi am avut ocazia sa vad Spania in timpul voiajelor , imi doream de mult o vacanta in aceasta tara minunata ca sa o pot savura cum trebuie. Micile sederi si escapade prin Barcelona si Valencia au fost frumoase dar prea scurte , asa ca intre pauzele dintre cursuri am reusit sa evadez cu iubita 9 zile in capitala Spaniei, Madrid. Am zburat cu Wizzair din Bucuresti , si biletele luate cu o luna inainte au fost 100 de Euro de persoana. Cu Wizzair nu veti avea probleme atata timp cat respectati la litera limitele si conditiile companiei , mai ales cand e vorba de bagajele de mana admise pe zbor.

Am aterizat tarziu in tara si la gazdele noastre de acolo , carora doresc sa le multumesc din suflet pentru ospitalitate, si ne-am bagat direct la somn. Dimineata ne-am trezit cu o priveliste frumoasa a suburbiei Torrejon de Ardoz , care este un cartier nou de langa Madrid, un cartier linistit planificat si executat asa cum trebuie , plin de spatii verzi si parcuri unde era o placere sa te plimbi.


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Desi suburbia este la aproximativ 30 de kilometri de centrul Madridului , se poate ajunge foarte usor in oras datorita sistemului de transport in comun foarte bine pus la punct care consta in trenuri suburbane care merg pe regim de metrou. Trenurile companiei de stat Renfe (un fel de CFR al nostru) au o frecventa de 15-20 de minute si arata impecabil, chiar si cele mai vechi un pic iar in zonele centrale acestea intra sub pamant si traverseaza tot orasul , fiind foarte similare cu cele RER din Paris. Pretul biletului variaza in functie de cate zone traversati , in cazul nostru un bilet costand 2,6 Euro pe calatorie , dar exista si cartele cu 10 sau mai multe calatorii mult mai avantajoase.  Am ajuns cu acest tren la statia Atocha , o statie imensa , care este principalul nod feroviar al orasului cu legaturi catre toate liniile Renfe , metrou si unde este si statia principala a trenurilor AVE de mare viteza catre alte orase din Spania. In principiu tot ce inseamna transport public in Madrid arata impecabil fiind in mare parte nou, si este bine pus la punct. [Citeste mai departe dupa poze]

De aici mai este doar o statie pana la Puerta del Sol , principala piata turistica din centrul istoric al orasului.  Piata strajuita de cladiri vechi este in permanenta plina de turisti din toate colturile lumii , de animatori si street perfomeri si de aici se poate merge pe jos catre toate atractiile din centrul orasului. Noi am luat-o pe strada pietonala Calle de Arenal , unde sunt numeroase magazine cu suveniruri , de haine , dulciuri si mai ales magazine cu mezeluri unde sunt expuse in vitrina cu mandrie numeroase sortimente de Jamon Iberic. Spaniolii au dezvoltat o obsesie pasionala pentru aceasta carne usor afumata , care iti este taiata felii direct de pe pulpa intreaga a unui porc, care pe cat de scumpa este pe atat de buna…. si cand zic scumpa ma refer la un pret orientativ de 100 de euro pe kilogram. [Citeste mai departe dupa poze]

Continuand drumul nostru , ajungem la Piata Operei urmand traseul caii pietonale care se infunda in maretul Palat Regal. Palatul este intr-adevar impresionant si serveste si azi drept resedinta pentru familia regala a Spaniei. Langa maretul palat este si mareata catedrala “de la Almudena” , unde au loc ceremoniile familiei regale. Catedrala care este si cea mai mare din Madrid se poate vizita gratuit , dar pentru a urca pe terasa domului se plateste o taxa de 5 euro. Pentru a vizita palatul regal de langa taxa este de 11 Euro. Tot in zona veti gasi si Plaza Mayor , care este un imens spatiu pietonal inchis pe toate cele 4 laturi de o cladire istorica neintrerupta , plina de terase si restaurante. Recomandarea mea este sa luati la pas numeroasele stradute inguste de pe langa principalele atractii, care nu doar ca sunt mai putin circulate si aglomerate dar ofera si localuri retrase si privelisti superbe de care in mod normal numai localnicii se bucura. [Citeste mai departe dupa poze]

Urmatoarea zi de la statia centrala Atocha am mers spre Parcul Retiro. Principalul si cel mai cunoscut parc al Madridului este pur si simplu imens , include 2 lacuri , o gradina botanica , teatru in aer liber si 2 galerii de arta. Aici veti gasi Palacio de Cristal , care este un mic palat facut aproape integral numai din sticla , unde sunt expuse (atarnate de fapt) oase de toate vechimile si marimile. Un pic mai sus este al doilea lac vegheat de sus de monumentul lui Alfonso. [Citeste mai departe dupa poze]

Iesind din parc pe langa Puerta de Alcala vedem palatul Postei, numit Palacio de Cibeles , o structura impresionanta care acum adaposteste primaria orasului Madrid. Imediat de langa incepe si Gran Via , un fel de Calea Victoriei la ei, pe care se pot admira cateva din cele mai frumoase cladiri ale orasului “nou” din epoca de aur a Madridului imperial.  Tot aici am gasit numeroase restaurante cu specializare de fructe de mare si alte bunataturi. Un meniu stufos aici se poate gasi si la 15 euro daca cautati putin.  Toata zona centrala este plina de parcari subterane , piatete pietonale , piste de biciclisti iar trotuarul aici este sfant si deobicei mult mai lat decat partea carosabila a strazii. Autoritatile descurajeaza mersul si venitul cu masina , iar rezultatele se vad. Sincer nici nu vad de ce ai face asta, tinand cont ca ai o statie de Renfe sau metrou langa tine oriunde ai fi. [Citeste mai departe dupa poze]

Ziua de dupa am dedicat-o vizitarii stadionului Santiago Bernabeu. Spaniolii au transformat casa clubului Real Madrid intr-o adevarata atractie internationala. Turul costa 19 Euro de persoana dar merita , cuprinzand toate culisele stadionului si recunosc ca e bine al naibii sa stai pe bancheta antrenorilor de langa teren. Istoria si realizarile clubului sunt prezentate intr-un tur interactiv iar galeriile ce adapostesc nenumaratele trofee sunt impresionante. Un must see pentru orice fan al fotbalului. [Citeste mai departe dupa poze]

Stadionul este situat in partea cea mai noua a orasului , langa centrul financiar. Mergand mai departe ajungem la Puerta del Europa. Aici veti gasi 2 dintre cele mai inclinate turnuri din lume ,o realizare inginereasca impresionanta din orice punct de vedere. Ar fi fost frumos totusi sa te lase sa si urci in unul din cele 2 turnuri dar din pacate sunt destinate exclusiv uzului comercial. Imediat langa este si zona Cuatro Torres Business Area , un ansamblu de 4 zgarienori, care sunt cele mai inalte cladiri din toata peninsula Iberica. Desi centrul financiar al Madridului nu poate concura ca numar de zgarienori cu La Defence din Paris sau The City din Londra , este totusi mult mai aerisit si incanta la fel de tare fanii arhitecturii moderne. [Citeste mai departe dupa poze]

Urmatoarele 2 zile am avut noroc ca gazdele noastre sa fie libere si am mers toti in cateva orasele turistice din vecinatatea capitalei. Am inceput cu Toledo , un oras medieval situat la 60 de kilometri de Madrid care este pur si simplu superb. Daca credeti ca Sighisoara este frumoasa , trebuie neaparat sa vedeti ce e acolo. Cetatea prezervata foarte bine de pe varful dealului este inclusa in patrimoniu Unesco , si este cel mai cunoscuta pentru faptul ca de aici a pornit recucerirea peninsulei de catre crestini de la Maurii musulmani, cu o mie de ani in urma. Catedrala mare catolica din Toledo care combina stilul gothic cu elemente arabe este un deliciu ochilor.  [Citeste mai departe dupa poze]

A doua zi am mers in directia opusa fata de Madrid , la castelul Manzanares el Real , unul din multele castele medivale restaurate, care este un castel cam de marimea lui Bran. Am remarcat faptul ca aici veneau fara intrerupere camioane scolare cu elevi in excursie , iar acestia aveau parte de o printesa care le arata si vorbea prin tot castelul despre istoria lui si a zonei … o activitate extrascolara foarte buna si frumoasa as putea zice. De aici am mers la statiunea de iarna Navacerrada , dar din pacate zapada lipsea cu desavarsire , fiind inlocuita de frig si ceata groasa, asa ca am continuat drumul spre frumoasa Segovia. Ca si Toledo , Segovia face parte din Unesco si este un oras dezvoltat de Romani. Apeductul inalt construit de acestia vegheaza deasupra orasului si azi si este una din principalele atractii , la fel si catedrala catolica construita mai tarziu in timpul recuceririi peninsulei de catre crestini.  Trebuie sa recunosc ca aceste orasele medivale mi-au placut cel mai mult din vacanta si nu pot decat sa imi imaginez cum ar arata si la noi daca ar fi restaurate cum trebuie cetatile noastre. Aici cam peste tot in orasele medievale , traficul auto este sever restrictionat sau interzis , turistii care care aleg sa vina cu masina isi lasa masina in afara zidurilor cetatii , sau in una din parcarile subterane de sub cetate,  se pare ca la ei se pot construi parcari si autostrazi subterane sub orice , pe cand la noi se surpa imediat.  [Citeste mai departe dupa poze]


La fel si in Madrid , se pare ca adevaratele realizari ale orasului sunt cele care nu se vad: pe langa orice obiectiv turistic , traficul auto si parcarile au fost mutate subteran sub acele obiective, fara nici o problema se pare. Pe langa raul orasului pe splai, tot traficul auto care mergea odata paralel cu raul, a fost ingropat sub rau cu mare efort , rezultand niste spatii largi, deschise, pietonale pe faleza raului , mai multe detalii aici.  Imaginiti-va o secunda cum ar arata Splaiul Dambovitei la Bucuresti daca tot traficul auto ar fi mutat sub rau…. Nici un repros nici la autostrazile tarii , care sunt foarte multe. Spania , care in anii 90 nu era prea departe de Romania , are azi cei mai multi kilometri de autostrada din Europa , majoritatea construiti pe banii UE  , si majoritatea se intersecteaza la Madrid. GPS-ul a fost sfant si aici.  [Citeste mai departe dupa poze]

In ultima zi am vizitat parcul de distractii “Parque de Atracciones de Madrid” , care desi nu era deschis in totalitatea datorita sezonului rece si desi cam ploua in ziua respectiva tot atragea clienti. Aici am gasit cateva din cele mai tari roller coastere in care m-am dat , dar parcul are atractii pentru toata familia si pentru orice categorie de varsta. Recomand de asemenea un show Flamenco , preturile sunt destul de piperate dar merita fiecare Euro prestatia. [Citeste mai departe dupa poze]

In concluzie , Spania este o tara foarte frumoasa , in care lumea nu isi bate capul cu faptul ca e criza si alte chestii de genul , ei isi vand in continuare de modul lor de viata si de munca, cu pauze de siesta dupa amiaza. Nu au mare lucru in plus fata de noi si nu au realizat sau construit ceva incredibil , dar micile detalii gen iti iei bon de ordine chiar si la piata in aer liber sau faptul ca nimeni nu parcheaza pe unde are chef  …. sau faptul ca la un cartier nou mai intai se construiesc utilitatile si strazile si dupa casele si blocurile fac diferenta. Pur si simplu au facut ce trebuia si cum trebuia la vremea potrivita. Am putea avea si noi tot ce au ei daca nu s-ar fura si nu si-ar vedea fiecare doar de bunul propiei piei bineinteles. Simplu nu? pe cat de simplu pare , pe atat de complicat e.  Intre timp, noi si ai nostri mergem in continuare la ei sa le facem munca de jos si din pacate , dupa cum am vazut de mai multe ori prin tren, sa ne remarcam ca scandalagii si indezirabili.

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