While you might be rightfully anticipating the pasta, pizza, and seafood you’ll find at restaurants around Rome, your Roman culinary journey shouldn’t end there.
Perhaps you’ve already experienced Rome’s greatest hits and are ready to explore historical monuments and attractions that don’t always make the checklist. You’re in luck because today we’re sharing some hidden gems in Rome that may be lesser known but are no less interesting.
Nestled in the northeast corner of Tuscany, Florence is the capital of the region, brimming with history and artistic intrigue that attracts visitors from all over the world.
Roma è piena di storia e cultura, contiene un altro paese intero da visitare (Città del Vaticano) e ha anche il milglior cibo che si può trovare nel mondo. Ecco alcuni consigli per le migliori cose da vedere a Roma.
Naples shouldn’t be just a culinary pit stop on your way to somewhere else. This city is jam packed with intriguing history, art, and tradition, deserving of your full attention.
Venezia è una città meravigliosa con una lunga storia e un patrimonio culturale inestimabile. Per poter dire di conoscere davvero la città, dal punto di vista architettonico, storico, folkloristico, locale…ci vorrebbe davvero una vita! E se invece si avessero solo 3 giorni?
After spending a day exploring the nooks and crannies of the Funk Zone or mingling with wildlife at the Santa Barbara Zoo, there’s no better way to end the day than by watching the sunset over the water.
From the awe-inspiring interior of La Sagrada Familia to the mosaic wonderland of Park Güell, there’s never a dull view when walking in the footsteps of Gaudí.
There's so much to see in Florence, but the surrounding cities have a lot to offer as well. These are some of the best day trips you can take from Florence, Italy.
The vast size of the museum can be overwhelming; therefore, we took it upon ourselves to round up a few of the most important and famous paintings in the gallery.
Barcelona’s ideal temperatures and coastal location means coming to the beach should be on your agenda. These are our five favorite beaches near the city.
On this year Mother's day if you are unable to reach your mom, there is no need to worry. For every negative condition there is a remedy, without giving up on the celebration.
From lush gardens overflowing with rose bushes to long stretches of meadows with snaking running paths, the parks of Florence offer a tranquil retreat from the pace of everyday life.
These Neopolitan vineyards indulge all of your senses; from sight, taste, touch, smell and even the sound of nature as it whirrs around you.
Although we can't visit it, we can still manage to help Venice. Here's an article on how to support Venice during New Coronavirus outbreak.