Transportation in Verona

Transportation in Verona

What would tourists do without the main means of transportation? Simply think about it. Not only will the vacations cost more, but all the comfort and the joy of visiting a place will be lost, due to the stress and fatigue. That is why it is always important to have all the information about the transportation that you can find in city. It will not only save you from many troubles, but it will also help you save your budget and will make your stay even more pleasant. Therefore let’s find ou... [ read more ]

Have fun in Gardaland

Have fun in Gardaland

This is an excellent destination for families with children who will definitely be extremely pleased with this stay. And to tell you the truth, the parents (or any adult for that matter) will also be excited and will have fun in Gardaland just like any kid. This amusement park is designed to surprise you with every of its activities and is a nice break from all the history and culture that Italy usually encounters you with. Info about it Gardaland is Italy’s largest and most famous amu... [ read more ]

Villafranca di Verona

Villafranca di Verona

The provinceof Veronais quite charming and lovely, so do yourself a favor and don’t limit your trip to Verona alone. Villafranca di Verona is a good place to start with, being a little gem full of history and monuments, located south ofVerona, in the so-called Basso Veronese region. Short history This place was, in Roman times, the meeting point of four major roads: Gallica, Claudia Augusta, Vicum Vironesium and Postumia. Its Roman origins are marked by the arch of Tiberius. In the Mid... [ read more ]

Main attractions in Verona

Main attractions in Verona

I hope you didn’t think I was going to write only about Romeo’s and Juliet’s legacy; I did that already in another post. So, this article will be about the main attractions in Verona other than Juliet’s house and other Shakespearean legends. This is mainly, because,Verona has a very rich historic and cultural heritage that you absolutely must experience. In other words, this is another Italian city ready to offer you an amazing incursion into this country’s beautiful culture and hist... [ read more ]

Verona, a romantic city

Verona, a romantic city

"O Romeo, Romeo! wherefore art thou Romeo? / Deny thy father and refuse thy name. /  Or if thou wilt not, be but sworn my love / And I'll no longer be a Capulet." (William Shakespeare, Romeo and Juliet, 2.2) I bet you can quickly guess where the best place in the world to read this play is. The answer is, of course, Juliet’s famous balcony in the even more famous town, Verona. Shakespeare succeeded in writing an immortal love story that has been touching on us ever since and in making Veron... [ read more ]

Say 'Ciao' to Verona

Say ‘Ciao’ to Verona

To be honest, it is a real pleasure to write about Verona; it is, without a doubt, one of the most charming Italian cities. In what comes, I will try to depict as well as I can what is so great about this town. So, don’t be shy and say ‘Ciao’ to Verona because this town is equipped with everything it’s needed to make your trip an unforgettable one. A short historical account Verona is a millenary town, its origin supposedly being Etruscan though the first document was recorded in... [ read more ]

Best hotels in Turin

Best hotels in Turin

  Ok, so enough with the expensive hotels and inexplicable high prices for a room and a breakfast. After all, how long do you actually stay in your hotel room and how much are you willing to spend only for a really comfortable bed and a movie-like service room. This will be the most pragmatic post ever and will only offer you the best hotels in Turin, in terms of quality-price rapport. It will focus on the location of the hotel, its cleanness, shower disposal, breakfast menu and of cou... [ read more ]

A weekend in Turin

A weekend in Turin

  There are so many things you can do in Turin that you will feel a weekend is simply not enough. After all, it might not have Milan’s fashion, Florence’s culture or Venice’s canals, but it does have an amazing architecture, cars and mesmerizing stories. A weekend in Turin definitely means having a good time; after all it is an Italian city so ‘la dolce vita’ is everywhere. I will not focus on the places that you can visit, but more on the things that you can do so that you can ... [ read more ]

Shopping day in Turin

Shopping day in Turin

Sometimes there is nothing more relaxing and pleasant than a shopping day in Torino. No matter how beautiful this amazing city is and no matter how many wonderful places you can visit and admire, sometimes all you need is to change your look and start feeling like you began a brand new life, a new existence that makes you feel more confident and more beautiful. Changes are always revigorating, so why not starting this on a shopping day in Turin? Where to go shopping Turin has plenty of sho... [ read more ]