Hiking is the best way to experience Santorini.
Not only does it offer panoramic caldera views which will be missed in the vehicle road trail, it also passes through the beautiful villages of Fira, Firostefani, Imerovigli, Finikia and Oia which are worth exploring separately on feet.
The actual walking time is around 3 hours, but with so many breathtaking stop points, the total time needed can easily reach 5-6 hours. If you’re planning to visit Skaros Rock (recommended), you’ll need to add another 2-3 hours into your itinerary.
Here’s our complete photographic guide to Santorini’s classic hiking trail. Continue reading
Blue, white… and red??!
While the classic image of white-washed houses and blue-domed churches are undeniably breathtaking, you’ll be surprised to learn that it is not an uncommon sight in many Greek islands.
What makes Santorini stand out from its cousins in the Cyclades archipelago, I’d argue, is a unique, additional touch of red. Continue reading
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No two cities are the same. Merlion, durian spikes, the Supertree Grove, colonial houses and illuminated skyscrapers along the banks of the Singapore River are but some of the highlights that set Singapore apart from other cities. This guide will help camera enthusiasts to uncover the best places for photographing landmarks which capture the Lion City’s unique characteristics. Continue reading