Based in Germany, coming from Italy (Milan). I'm 33 y.o. and I like to travel, discover new place eating local good food and experience local tradition. I am sportive, no problem walking a bit :-)
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Tommaso has written 28 briefs for 12 locations in 4 countries🙌(show map)
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When the aperitif or breakfast is done in the museum
Take the opportunity to visit one of the…
This one-time Benedictine monastery dates from the year 1000, but over the years it has also been a pirates’…
Despite most of the people think, Sharks are not the most dangerous animals in the Australian waters..but Crocodiles (& Jellyfish) are!
Make sure to read alert signal and…
Australia is listed as one of the most dangerous Country in the world due to the plenty of dangerous animal that are living in there.
Make sure to…
The most easy and convenient way to travel the City! you can easily buying it at each newspaper stand in the city.
Remember to always tap on and…
Uluru also known as Ayers Rock and officially named as Uluru / Ayers Rock, is a large sandstone rock formation in the southern part of the northern…
Once you are in Sydney do not miss to visit beautiful beach in Bondi and starting from ICEBERG Swimming Pool run all over the following running track. You…
Try this wonderful swimming pool in Bondi (Sydney) & get ready to receive some fresh water from the ocean ;-)
Visit the old villa at Groane Park.
You can get there by car (30 min from Milano). If you like running, there are plenty of nice running…
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