Italy

5 Towns to Visit on Your Trip to Tuscany, Italy

by Audrey on December 14, 2016

Tuscany

Tuscany lies in the central region of Italy and encompasses approximately 8,900 square miles. Florence is the capital city and along with having a history that dates back to 1350 B.C., Tuscany is the birthplace of the Italian Renaissance. Many local people over hundreds of years have made influential contributions to the arts and sciences and […]

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Rome for Foodies

by Audrey on March 2, 2016

Cappuccino!!!

Rome is a great city for foodies! Whether you want to eat your weight in pizza and gelato, or you actually want to learning a cooking skill or two, this is a great place to do so. If this is your first time in the city, you can check more activities in Rome here, however, you should […]

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When In Rome…

by Audrey on April 20, 2015

Rome at night

They say when in Rome do as the Romans do, and a traveller couldn’t ask for better advice. Rome is a magnificent city, with a history going back more than two thousand years. Here you’ll find a wealth of art, architecture and culture to satisfy any visitor. But what’s the best way to really make […]

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Architecture of Rome, Italy - Flickr CC glenirah

When thinking about city breaks there are plenty of options both within Europe and further afield, but none have perhaps quite as much to offer as Rome. The Italian capital is in fact the whole package with history, culture and a passion for food which is unrivalled anywhere else in the world. So if you […]

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