he first Vespa was presented in Italy in 1946 after the end of the Second World War. The name Vespa (which means wasp in Italian) originated from the comparison made by the brand’s owner Enrico Piaggio, between the insect and the rear part of the scooter body as well as the wing mirror brackets and handlebars that resembled a wasp’s antennae.
There is a lot of talk about tourism-phobia lately. But the concept is widely misused. Many of us who complain […]
Es una evidencia que, en los últimos tiempos, ha crecido el interés por el culto al cuerpo y se ha tomado conciencia de la necesidad de incorporar hábitos saludables a nuestro día a día.
We talk to José María Sans, Director of the Palma Boat Show, which has managed to situate itself among the […]
A commitment to sustainability and respect for the environment are not sufficient to combat the amount of waste that ends […]
By Lars Kreye I arrived a few minutes late for my interview with Corinna Graf, so I wasn’t surprised that […]
The continuous evolution and emergence of new medical treatments allows us to enhance and extend our life expectancy. The integration […]
Swedish photographer and editor Pär Olsson, is the author of this report which reflects how the Swedish colony not only lives or passes through the traditional neighbourhood
The floor offers 21 rooms equipped to the very highest technological standard, with all the amenities.
Nowadays, there is no doubt that Mallorca is one of the world’s top tourist destinations. Throughout the 20th century and […]
What does Stevie, aged 52 from Hong Kong, born to a Chinese mother and a father with Jewish German roots, […]
Triumph is a brand that has been associated with England since its creation at the start of the 20th century. […]
The iconic and historic Relojería Alemana in Palma de Mallorca celebrated 135 years of success last year, and it did […]
Cristina Macaya. solidaria y embajadora de Proyecto Hombre