The five curiosities you didn't know about the Madonnina del Duomo in Milan
The city of Milan, the regional capital of Lombardy in Italy, has various symbols that make it world-famous. From La Scala Theatre to San Siro, from the Castello Sforzesco to Navigli, a famous place for youth nightlife. But none of this represents Milan like its Duomo, the cathedral that stands in the city's main square. Inside the symbol, however, is another symbol, namely the Madonnina, a gilded copper statue atop the cathedral's highest spire, which for the Milanese now represents the city in every way. Expressions like 'in the shadow of the Madonnina' are now phrases that all Milanese feel are their own.We certainly haven't told you anything new so far, but would you like to know these five little trivia facts about the symbol of the city of Milan? Discover them with us.
Tourism, hospitality always wins: the world's most hospitable resorts in 2023
There are many aspects that drive a tourist to choose one destination over another, or that hotel structure over another. The variables, as we know, are innumerable, ranging from the time of year, to what one is looking for, to what one finds. An increasingly important component, however, in consumer choice is the facilities' hospitality, or hospitality.With the 'Traveller review awards', every year, 'Booking' rewards the best establishments, in 220 different countries around the world, for their commitment to first-class, professional service and hospitality, continuously throughout the year.Of the five resorts we present, the first in this special ranking, only one is located outside Europe, demonstrating the love that tourists from all over the world continue to have for the Old Continent.
Cebu Pacific launches P1 flights to select domestic, international spots until March 23
P1SO sale alert! Cebu Pacific’s 27th-anniversary celebration is not yet over. On Monday, March 20, the airline company launched P1 one-way base fares to select domestic and international destinations. From Clark, Cebu, Davao, and more, you can explore local spots like Bacolod, Boracay, Siargao, Bohol, Coron, and Iloilo as well as international spot...
Welcome to Jellyfish Lake: a paradise in the Pacific where you can swim with jellyfish
Would you pay to experience something unique in the world? If the answer is yes, then we recommend a visit to Jellyfish Lake, a salt lake located on the island of Eil Malk, in the island state of Palau, Micronesia, in which it is possible to swim among jellyfish. This salt lake, about 500 meters long, is a special closed ecosystem in which jellyfish have lost most of their stinging properties, and it is therefore possible to have an incredible experience that cannot be replicated anywhere else in the world. There are about 600,000 jellyfish within the lake, living in perfect symbiosis with their surroundings. A perfect destination for tourists as well as photographers and naturalists, it is an absolutely unmissable and almost magical sight because of the way these creatures have evolved.