Versione Italiana di Seguito. Italian Version Below Article written by Federica Margilio While trying to find the “right” topic on which I can develop this article and the perfect words to express it, I found myself lost in all of the anecdotes and stories that should be told. So lost, that I was forgetting the reason that pushed me to talk about my region, Tuscany, which is the unconditional love that I have for it.
Versione Italiana di seguito. Italian Version below. Article written by Izabela Krzanowska Travelling to Salina Italy is a never-ending colourful journey, where time passes slowly. Today, we are giving you a personalised guide to Salina Island, written by our Italian Country Manager, Izabela Krzanowska, who is also an ex-resident of this beautiful paradise.
October is nearly over and that means that even the lucky ones start to really feel the upcoming cold months. Some of us react really bad to the smaller amount of sunlight, longer nights and very low temperature. What to do to deal with it? Read on!
Bidroom has been a busy place this year. We have been doing a lot to make waves in the industry. Improving, making changes, closing deals and expanding at a rate faster than we ever expected at the beginning of this year. Let’s take a closer look at what has been happening and what is coming, in the world of Bidroom.com.
Recently our Director of Operations and renowned travel blogger, Marcin Wesolowski has been on a small adventure after being invited to give a speech at three conferences around the world. Spreading the word about Bidroom and what we offer to the industry and travellers alike as well as giving an expert insight into how the industry is changing for all of us.
Versión en español abajo – Spanish version below As the final part of Spanish week, we take a look at the food fairs and festivals that you can enjoy when visiting Spain. Prepare your senses for a mouthwatering ride around Spain.
Versión en español abajo – Spanish version below Spain, known worldwide for the sun, beaches and delicious tapas, also offers us a large number of impressive places not so well known to foreign visitors and which undoubtedly deserve a mention. A town sculpted in the rock, a place where you can appreciate 2 continents and 2 seas, a dizzying gorge, a desert or a beach that when the tide comes down gives us a cathedral landscape.
Versión en español abajo – Spanish version below We have all either been to Spain ourselves or know someone that has. Normally when you think of Spain you think of the usual suspects; Football, Barcelona, Madrid, Marbella, Paella and we could go on. Ignacio, our Market Representative for Spain and LATAM has given you a sneak peek at the parts of Spain you probably didn’t know, but you definitely want to.
Article en français ci-dessous – See below for the French Version. France is one of the world’s leading tourist destinations, it has many assets, including its cultural, historical and culinary heritage! French gastronomy has been inscribed on the Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity by UNESCO since 2010.
Article en français ci-dessous – See below for the French Version We continue our tour of France in this second article. If you have not read the first one we recommend you to do it (you can find it here). This time we will venture along the Atlantic coast, from La Rochelle to the Basque Country. We will only talk here about one region, namely…