Out of all the places there are to visit in Italy, Rome has always fascinated me the most. Mainly because I find it hard to believe that structures like the Colosseum are still standing after 2,000 years. In this way, I couldn’t wait to end my trip to Italy by spending a week in Rome! Below you’ll find all you need to know about my Rome itinerary (and why its the best) ;).View Post
After Spending 2 days in Venice, my Italian adventure continued with a trip to Florence. Previously home to the famous Medici family, this Tuscan city is full of beautiful historic sites. Sadly I only spent one day in the city. However, I found that this was enough time to do most of the top things to do in Florence. Thus, here’s what to do in Florence in a day.View Post
The Italian Riviera is home to the most breathtaking coastlines. The views are arguably at their best in the region of Cinque Terre. Here five beautiful fishing villages sit isolated from the rest of the world on the edge of the cliffs. Hiking in Cinque Terre, therefore, involves uninterrupted views of the coast and the opportunity to explore tiny towns that have remained unchanged for centuries.View Post
Without a doubt, the most beautiful destination on my recent trip to Italy was Cinque Terre. The first time I saw a photo of this wonderfully scenic region I just knew I had to visit! In this way, I spent five delightful days in Cinque Terre, soaking up the sun, gazing at its colourful houses and exploring its villages…View Post
For summer I decided to take a big trip around Italy! I started by spending 2 days in Venice. My expectations for this floating city were not high. However, I fell madly in love with its winding canals, unique architecture and its general laid-back vibe.
I found 2 days in Venice to be the perfect amount of time. I was able to visit most of the cities sites and therefore left feeling that I’d fully got to experience all the city has to offer. In this way, here are all the things to do in Venice in 2 days:View Post