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Top destinations after quarantine

We know that, after all this extremely exceptional situation happens, all of us will need to think about a wonderful trip to calm our minds, go out of rutine and disconnect from these last months of being just at home confined.

That’s the reason why we’d love to share with you some lovely destinations that will make you dream and travel (at least just in dreams by now).

Take a look to our TOP 5 destinations AFTER-QUARANTINE:

1. VALENCIA, SPAIN. A As you may know, one of the most traditional festivities here in Spain, has been postponed due to the pandemia that we’re suffering. This festivity, called “Las Fallas”, usually takes place in Spring, but this time it will occur in Summer. The perfect time for you to visit our beaches and beautiful secret places in Valencia.

In Valencia, you will be able to taste our typical dishes, as paella, or Agua de Valencia. After the confinement, we will welcome you to join us in the burn of the figures, as a sign of joy and unión between, not just spanish people, but of all the Earth citizens, in the fight against the pandemia.

- What to do in Valencia:

Arts and Sciences City: in Valencia, you can visit a great live museum, full of animals, fishes, history. There, you can visit the museum, eat there, go to live entertainment and enjoy a whole day there!

You will be able to have lunch in the restaurant, surrounded not only by people, but by fishes too!

Little coast towns: If you want to visit many little towns in the region of Valencia, you will find it so easy! Here, you’ll find some towns near to Valencia, really beautiful as: Santa Pola, Altea, Peñíscola, Cullera, Calpe or Xábia.

- Typical dishes: Paella Valenciana, esgarraet, fideuá, olla valenciana, fartons, horchata de trufa, coca de Llanda.

- Best places to picture: La Albufera (where you will find a great picture of the sunset, and a magical moment to share); Jardines de Monforte (these beautiful gardens are the perfect place for an special picture); El Carmen and its streets (if you’re an art lover, you will find many different styles in this neighbourhood, where all streets are full of amazing graffitis and paintings).

Sunset at La Albufera

2. NORTH MACEDONIA. A recent and small country, once part of former Yugoslavia which, unlike its neighbours, has no coastline.

What Macedonia offers, is a great coastline mixed with Sar Mountain massif, “stunning lakelands and beautiful waterside towns, as Mavrovo, and its eponymous National Park”, for people that looks for quiet and relaxing holidays, and want to do both beach and mountains experience.

Picture from Responsible Travel, where they share their travel guide:

“Also, Noth Macedonia is gifted with one of Europe’s most well kept ancient heritage, from the Ottoman Market and ancient Kale Fortress, in Skopje to the extraordinary UNESCO World Heritage Site city of Ohrid”, as Responsible Travel informs in their well known webpage.

- What to do in North Macedonia: Madre Teresa’s memorial house (Here, you will be able to visit the place where she was born as a historical landmark)

- Typical dishes: Ajvar, Cozonac, Lutenica, Mastika, Tulumba, Duvec

3. CINQUE TERRE, ITALY: Cinque Terre’s región is one of the most beautiful ones in the country, Italy. This set of Little towns is located in cliffs and is composed of colorful houses.

We really suggest you to visit Vernazza, Corniglia, Monterosso al Mare, Riomaggione and Manarola, and try to walk through the paths that link all these Little towns in Cinque Terre. Thats the best way to get the most wonderful views to the Adriatic sea.

The better way to get there, is to take a plane to Milan, Florence or Pisa, and then, go by urban buses to La Spezia, or Monterosso.

- What to do in Cinque Terre: We strongly suggest you to visit the outskears of this región, to explore, to discover different towns and meet special people, here, in Cinque Terre.

- Typical dishes: Pesto (Pesto is a garlic-based sauce, but though garlic is, indeed, an essential ingredient, the specific garlic flavor is mitigated, so to say, by the mouthwatering bouquet yielded by the rest of the ingredients: pine nuts, basil, extra virgin olive oil and hard cheese). Salted Anchovies (Anchovies in general can be cooked in a variety of ways: fried and associated with vegetables (potatoes, for instance), brined, drowned in garlic sauce enriched with sundry herbs, or, why not, raw with olive oil and lemon juice. Either way, the anchovies are a must-try on the gastronomic tour of both Cinque Terre and of the entire Ligurian coastline).

- Wonderful restaurants in Cinque Terre:

Tratoria La Lanterna is located right in the proximity of the Riomaggiore marina, which is why it offers clients the occasion to complement their gastronomic experience with the stunning view of the sea. The menu is fairly miscellaneous, but the seafood dishes are the tourists’ favorites since the restaurant is said to keep close to the old traditions of preparing the recipes. Pasta is also appreciated. As if to enhance even more the appeal of the restaurant, the prices are quite reasonable. Reservations are advisable.

Tratoria Gianni Franzi is, by far, the most popular eating venue in Vernazza. Its success is guaranteed both by the restaurant’s location and by the mouthwatering menu which mainly focuses on seafood and fish dishes. Tourists flock to Gianni Franzi precisely because the cooks keep true to the ancient recipes which guarantee the excellence of the taste, of the flavor and of the texture. Briefly put, this is a Ligurian paradise where all palates with a craving for marine bouquets are welcomed with confidence. Reservations are highly advisable. During the tourist season, tables are arranged on the open-air terrace of the restaurant.


Alsacia is the smallest región of the whole country, but also, is the easiest one to explore. Strasburg, capital of Alsacia, is a Young and dinamic región. It has many cultural icons recognized in the whole world.

The Alsace is a region in France on the west bank of the Rhine River bordering Germany. Throughout history, this area has flip-flopped being under a German and French flag.

The areas inhabitants have their own language, Alsatian, and have developed a unique culture including food with influences from both countries.

Really close, you may find Colmar, where all the wine production is handled. It´s also the región where Bartholdi was born, Statue of Liberti’s creator.

As you can see in the picture below, Alsacia is composed of many colorful towns and amazing views to spend lovely holidays!

- What to do in Alsacia: In Alsace’s región, you can visit Strasbourg Cathedral, Colmar (the medieval center of Colmar is full of beautiful streets and colors, where it’s almost impossible to take a bad picture).

- Typical dishes:

Choucroûte garnie: The “national dish of Alsace” is a version of German sauerkraut. The fermented cabbage cooked in white wine, beer or cider and seasoned with juniper berries and black peppercorns. The choucroûte is served hot with boiled potatoes and a variety of meats including ham, bacon, sausages, smoked meats and also fish on the menus. This used to be the big Sunday meal but is now available all week.

Tarte aux poires: The Alsace region is especially known for its pastries. This pear tart has an eggy custard filling with baked pears.

Tarte flambée: The Alsatian equivalent of the Pizza, though extremely different. It is made of a thin layer of dough, covered with crème fraîche (rich sour cream), cheese, onions, and bacon (lardons in French). It is baked very quickly in an extremely hot oven so that it gets crispy. You will see it on menus as Flammekueche in Alsatian or Flammkuchen in German,


The sandy and lovely coast of Goa, India, is perfect to enjoy the sea and the great weather. “In Old Goa, the beautiful Basilica of Bom Jesus is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and a fine example of baroque architecture. Visit during Christmastime to experience a fantastic religious and cultural mash-up of East and West” Tripadvisor.

- Typical dishes: The staple food of the people of Goa is rice and fish curry. Most of their dishes use coconuts, rice, fish, pork, meat and local spices like kokum. Goa was a Portuguese colony prior to 1961 and hence the Portuguese influenced most of their food.

One of the most famous dessert is Bebinca, also known as bibik or bebinka, is a type of pudding and a traditional Indo-Portuguese dessert. Traditional Bebinca has seven layers. The ingredients include plain flour, sugar, ghee (clarified butter), egg yolk, and coconut milk. It is a traditional sweet of Goa, specially popular during Christmas.

Food and Drink Prices in Goa. The cost of food in Goa is generally pretty reasonable, but it depends on where and what you eat. ... However, if you opt for street food and go to local restaurants you will definitely be able to get much cheaper food.

- Best places to picture:

Calangute is a largest beach in north Goa stretching from Candolim to Baga. Due to its sheer size and popularity, it is a hub for tourists and backpackers from all over the world. It is the perfect place to look for accommodation as it keeps you well-connected to the other beaches in the north.

Dudhsagar Falls: Literally meaning milky water waterfalls because of the color of the falls, this is one of the highest waterfalls in India and cascades through four-tiers.

We really hope that this article encourages you to visit one of these lovely and stunning places all over the world. In case that you need more information about these regions, please, send us a message to

We wish you the best to you and your family. We will see you in one of this lovely beaches or magical towns!

Signed by: Krommos family.

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