It had been years since I last strolled down the narrow streets of Rome’s Trastevere neighborhood.. and I was happy to discover that it hadn’t lost any of its charm!
Lombardy in Northern Italy is often skipped in favor of more popular tourist destinations in the south of Italy – but let me tell you why you should visit Lombardy:
Both huge fans of wine, olives, pizza and pasta , we had been wanting to visit Italy together for years but for some reason, it never worked out. This year we finally made it – and had an incredible trip. Here’s a taste of our time in Italy.
How is it that what started off as a convenient path for neighboring villages to sell fruit became the Cinque Terre National Park and UNESCO World Heritage site it is today? In a word? Love…
I love Venice – there’s just no other city that feels the way Venice does. To make the most out of your visit, I am sharing my best Venice travel tips.
You might call me cheesy, but I absolutely adore Venice! Despite many people seeing the city as an overpriced tourist trap, I can still see the gorgeous city beyond the touts. Today I’m sharing 15 facts about Venice with you that you might not know yet:
I finally visited the north of Italy, a part of the country I neglected during almost all of my 12 visits to the country. Now I wish I would’ve come earlier…
Venice was the last stop on my little tour of northern Italy, and it is safe to say that I picked the perfect place for a truly grand finale.
Polaroid of the Week: The Long Way Down to Vernazza… Hiking the trail that connects the five villages of Cinque Terre is the best way to get to know this beautiful region and offers stunning views.
This week’s Polaroid shows the steep, narrow lanes of Monterosso al mare, one of the five villages that make up Cinque Terre in Italy.