Lamda3 team never stops dreaming and exploring new places. We would like to present to you our latest travel discoveries.
Italy’s northernmost province combines Alpine scenery with Italian joie-de-vivre. A unique natural landscape with deeply rooted tradition and cosmopolitan curiosity. Its allure lies in its variety and the harmony of contrasts between Mediterranean landscape and Alpine peaks. South Tyrol is an open air gym with options such as mountain paths, cycling and climbing routes. It also boasts, two of the most celebrated photography locations , St. Johann Church and Lago Di Braies. A visit at the Alpine Palace Spa and Resort at the Dolomites cannot be missed. The Dolomites is a UNESCO World Heritage site and one of a kind place as everything around you is green and serene. You will be surrounded by green fields, fruit trees and flowers, colourful mountains and emerald-green lakes. We loved sipping iced water from creeks and admiring the high mountains in full sun from far away. We also loved South Tyroleans as they are welcoming, helpful and warmhearted people. While when in Austria winter still reigns, South Tyrol , especially the area around Bozen and Meran provides a first taste of spring.
- Lake Prags
- Bletterbach canyon
- Tyrol Castle
- Gardens of Trauttmannsdorff Castle
- Churburg Castle
- Lake Reschen
- Stroll through Bolzano
- The way to the market in Meran
- Café Köning known to be one of the best addresses for cake and coffee in town. Must try the Schüttelbrot.
- Glacier Hotel Grawand
- Braies Lake
- The Stelvio Pass
- The little towns, the animals, the trees and the flowers
Welcome to the Danish Capital. Don’t miss to walk to the city centre and pass by the Art University. The city is full of bicycles and you should definitely take advantage of the cardiovascular exercise it offers. The bike culture is so huge that city bike stations can be found all over the city, making it easy to explore like a local. Wander the narrow streets in Vesterbro and stop for a nice coffee at the Coffee Collective. Have an amazing dining experience at Höst or Admiralgade 26. Pay a visit to castle Amalienborg and pose with the guards. Don’t miss to take photos of Marmorkirken. Also, check out the rooftop of Stay Hotel. Seeing Nyhavn (means New Haven) is a must. You can start a boat tour from there or just walk along the water and enjoy old sailing boats. Although a bit outside the city centre you should visit Grundtvigs Church and take stunning pictures. And definitely walk up the famous Rundetårn. If you’re lucky and meet a nice resident you might be able to sneak in the famous Gemini residence, an architectural highlight.
- Paludan Cafe
- The stunning architecture
- Atelier September for lunch
- Breakfast at Grød: we suggest the gluten free porridge with home made caramel, apples and almonds
- Brunch at Alma’s
- The little mermaid is a very touristic point to see in Copenhagen, a very small sculpture in an always crowded spot. Also, it is placed far from downtown and there’s no metro line connected
- The beautiful Glyptotek
- The Tivoli gardens
- The Design museum
- In the summer visit Amager Strandpark
- During Spring, visit the Bispebjerg Cemetery
- The Queens Palace
- Top of the building of the Danish Parliament
What a city! The capital of Portugal is full of modern vibes and traditional charm. With stunning tile work on the streets and buildings, hills overlooking the iconic Tagus River, and the delicious Portuguese cuisine, it is no wonder that is becoming such a popular destination. Definitely visit the Castelo De S. Jorge, a hilltop Moorish castle and see the palace ruins along with the archaeological museum. For shopping and a nice stroll, we recommend the Praça do Comércio, a waterfront public plaza with cafes and shops. Take IG worthy pictures at the Rossio and at the Santa Justa Lift, that was built in 1902. We loved the Jerónimos Monastery, a gothic style monastery housing archaeology and maritime museums in its wings. For a breathtaking view, visit the Belém Tower.
- Carmo Church and Convent Ruins
- Oceanoario de Lisbon
- 25 de Abril bridge
- Museum of Art, Architecture and Technology
- Restaurante Tascardoso
- Patio de Dom Fradique
Dublin is a cosmopolitan city boasting rich history and architecture. The city is full of seagulls, but also colourful doors. Head to Temple Bar, a lively and cheerful district full of the prettiest facades. Don’t miss to visit the Trinity college, the oldest university in Ireland. Spacious, beautiful and with great atmosphere. Have lunch at the Dean hotel. Enjoy its amazing view and food. Stroll around the shops at Grafton Street. The old buildings, the cobbled streets and the quaint restaurants create a lovely feeling. Discover independent bookshops, art collectives and home and garden stores. What surprised us is that, all of our meals were always served with a fresh brewed pot of coffee or tea.
- The Chester Beatty Library
- River Liffey
- St. Stephen’s Green
- Guiness Stew
- Best breakfast at Farm
- Doors of Dublin
- Brunch at the Fumbally
- Oysters at the Temple Bar
- 3FE coffee
The ancient medina of Fes is the cultural and spiritual centre of Morocco and is listed as a UNESCO world heritage. Bustling with artisans, shopkeepers, locals and tourists, lose yourself and wander in the charming alleyways. Just be careful not to get lost, as it is one of the world’s largest urban pedestrian zones, comprising a maze! Shopping colourful pottery and intricate lamps is a must.Have a delicious lunch at the Riad Rcif or at the Ruined Garden. Enjoy the stunning view from the Palais Faraj. For iconic pictures, visit the Ancient ruins of Fes. We had an amazing experience at the ceramic factory, where we played with colours and created small artefacts. Every corner is Instagram worthy and this place is absolutely rich in flavours, aromas and sights.
- Medieval marinade architecture at Medersa al-Attarine
- Medersa Bou Inania
- Quaraouiyine Mosque
- Become nearly riser to visit Chouara Tannery
- Nejjarine Museum of Wooden Arts&Crafts
- Art Naji
- Jnan Still gardens
- Fez Medina