Top places to visit in Genoa

Top places to visit in Genoa

There are so many things to see in this amazing city, that it will be really difficult to create a top places to visit in Genoa.  However, let’s find out more about each attraction point in our top list so you can decide if they are really worth a visit. But keep in mind, these is along list of attractions here, so you should definitely consider a 1-2 days trip to the city unless you are on a very tight schedule. If you are, the below attractions are still must-sees: The Aquarium G... [ read more ]

Top 3 most beautiful churches in Perugia

Top 3 most beautiful churches in Perugia

  Perugia is a famous artistic and cultural centre of Italy. People from all over the world come here to simply find out more about the Etruscan civilization and to enlarge their horizons on the glorious past Perugia has so many stories to tell about. Every corner of this amazing city has a story of its own, but the most eloquent such places are without trace of doubt the palaces, museum and churches. Perugia can brag with a large variety of imposing churches with sumptuous interi... [ read more ]

Must do list in Turin

Must do list in Turin

I hope that the articles I have written so far on Turin have made it one of the destinations that you will most definitely choose if ever throughout Italy. But, just to make things easier, I thought to draw up a must do list in Turin, so that all that you’ll have to do is show up and check the points on this list. Let’s give it a try, shall we? 1.     Visit the most important sights This actually goes without saying so I’m not going to insist on it too much. There is the Egyptian... [ read more ]

Most important landmarks in Turin

Most important landmarks in Turin

If you are in search of genuine Italian atmosphere, then Turin should definitely be your top list. Worldwide famous for its automobilist industry and the 2006 Winter Olympics, this amazing city has much more to offer than that. Because many tourists overlook this amazing Italian place, you will also be able to enjoy a pleasant and peaceful trip while enjoying the most important landmarks in Turin. Mole Antonelliana, today the National Cinema Museum If you ever hear one name or the other, you... [ read more ]

What to visit in Naples

What to visit in Naples

Naples is a place of contradiction and true charm, with simple, yet sophisticated people, alluring but dangerous landscapes and amazing however not that safe surroundings. Naples is most often than not a city difficult to define but absolutely impossible to ignore. If you get over the preconceptions people generally have about this breathtaking place, Naples will surely leave deep and long time imprints on your memory. It only takes an open mind and heart and rested eyes. Therefore let’s see w... [ read more ]

What not to miss in the Vatican City

What not to miss in the Vatican City

As some of you might know the Vatican City is surrounded by Rome, therefore if you want to get to the Holy City by walking, your itinerary will include crossing Ponte St.  Angelo Bridge.  This path will take you to Castle St. Angelo right outside the Vatican walls and then to the famous St. Peter’s Square, where Catholics from all over the world gather to confirm their faith. What you might not know is what not to miss in the Vatican City, which is why I recommend you follow the tips below:... [ read more ]

Accommodation in Florence

Accommodation in Florence

Accommodation in Florence, almost without regard to category and price, is strongly influenced by the high and low season. It is true that this might differ slightly from one hotel to another, depending on the area of the city it is located. Usually the high season corresponds to spring and summer and possibly a couple of weeks around Christmas, whereas the low season is related to winter and late autumn. Therefore, be aware of how much time ahead you book your hotel if you are planning a visit... [ read more ]

Family activities in Florence

Family activities in Florence

Indeed Florence is more about wondering around the wonderful places reminding of the glorious period of the Renaissance, but don’t you ever try to limit this amazing city only to this. Besides being one of the culinary capitals of Italy, Florencealso offers a wide variety of activities catering to almost every market and all persons of any age, kids included. There are so many interesting family activities in Florence that your children will never get bored and will ask you to go back to this ... [ read more ]