As we approached the ski resort, a fairytale-like landscape opened up in front of us with lovely wooden cottages, icy stream and brownish mountains against the backdrop of clear blue sky.
Sforza castle shelters several museums and art collections inside, of which the most notable works include the Sala dell Dasse by Da Vinci and Michelangelo's unfinished sculpture of Pietà.
As a non-Christian, Christmas didn't have much of a meaning to me but this time I decided to have it the local way. Turns out it was quite a memorable experience.
Want to know what makes a festive season in Budapest one of a kind? Hop on a Christmas light tram -- the one decked in thousands of twinkle white lights that looked as if it were taken straight out of the fairy tale.
Bruges will charm you at first sight by all its graces: the lovely red brick houses lined with winding cobbled streets and century-year-old steeples.
Brussels has an undeniable reputation for chocolate, waffles and fries. Those delicious sweet treats can be spotted anywhere within the 1km radius of the Grand Palace, but the most popular shops can be found on Rue de l’Etuve and Rue du Lombard.
Granet museum is a must-see because it houses hundreds of works by François Granet, Paul Cézanne, Van Gogh, Picasso and other world's famous painters/sculptors.