Exploring Florence by bicycle
Exploring Florence by bicycle is a great way to see the city at a leisurely pace and take in all the sights. Here is a possible itinerary for a day of biking in Florence: Morning: Start your day at the Piazzale Michelangelo, a scenic overlook that offers panoramic views of Florence. From there, rent a […]Read More
Italy: 4 hours in Rome!
If you only have 4 hours in Rome, here are some things you could do: Visit the Colosseum: The Colosseum is one of the most famous landmarks in Rome and is a must-see. You can take a guided tour or explore it on your own. Be aware that lines can be long, so try to […]Read More
Bomboloni: A Delicious Start To Your Day
Bombolone (Pl. Bomboloni) is a type of Italian pastry that is similar to a doughnut or a Berliner. It is typically a round or oval-shaped pastry that is deep-fried and filled with various fillings such as jam, custard, Nutella, or cream. Bombolone is a popular snack or breakfast item in Italy, and it can be […]Read More
Italy: Palermo in the Spring
Palermo in the spring can be a wonderful experience. The weather starts to warm up, with temperatures ranging from the mid-60s to mid-70s Fahrenheit (around 18-24 degrees Celsius) during the day, making it a great time to explore the city’s outdoor attractions. The famous markets of Palermo, such as Ballarò and Vucciria, are bustling with […]Read More
8 interesting facts about Italy that you probably didn’t know
There are a lot of interesting facts about Italy. It is one of the most visited nations in Europe. It has a long and illustrious history. The culture is diverse. And the meal is delicious. But how much do you know? Here are some intriguing facts about Italy that we discovered. It’s time to put […]Read More
Why Is Sicily Vacation So Famous?
Sicily is the Mediterranean Sea’s largest island and one of Italy’s 20 regions. It is formally known as Regione Siciliana and is one of the five Italian autonomous regions. The population of the region is 5 million people. Palermo is the capital city. Sicily is located in the middle Mediterranean Sea, south of the […]Read More
Love Abruzzo: The fascination of folkloric traditions and unique wild fauna
Abruzzo is a mystery, as it is neither part of the fashion-conscious, Ferrari-producing north nor the siesta-loving, anarchic south. Despite its proximity to Rome and a long history of tribalism and pre-Roman civilisation, it ranks low in terms of tourist appeal among Italian areas. Regardless, this rough alpine territory, racked by earthquakes regularly, remains […]Read More
Love Sardinia: A lovely blend of sea, sand and history
Sardinia, the Mediterranean’s second-largest island after Sicily, offers a delightful mix of water, sand, and history. Thousands of nuraghe (stone structures) dot the terrain, indicating that locals have been enjoying the pleasant climate for millennia. Sardinia has something for everyone, from the luxurious Costa Smeralda in the north to historic Alghero in the northwest […]Read More