It is road trip season, it’s undeniable. With nature at its best, everything around us still in bloom, let’s be honest, heatwaves have not knocked on our doors yet, the sun is warm, most of the days, inviting us to leave home, and the only thing that we dream of is fully packed suitcases, some good company and counting kilometers, many kilometers as moving through villages, cities, hills and valleys. Oh, and some delightful music, of course!
Since I’ve been getting a lot of questions regarding Milan, I decided to dedicate a separate post on where to eat and what to do in the Italian city, something like a quick reference to use for future trips.
When it comes to Rome, there are a lot more than ten reasons why you should visit the Eternal City. It will take more than a weekend to explore its endless sights, attractions and magical corners and more than one visits to fully acknowledge its beauty
Cinque Terre, the five villages. Set amid one of the most picturesque and romantic sceneries of the world, Cinque Terre had me at hello! This remote part of…
Situated in the Venetian Lagoon, 7 kilometers from the San Marco square, it is accessible only via boat and, although being close to Venice, the trip can last up to an hour due to the many stops made on the way there.