Five reasons to visit Verona

This post is on the self-indulgent side. For the last few months I’ve been armchair travelling with the best of them, and I’ve planned multiple adventures all across the globe. The place that sparked these mass itineraries? Verona. I first went to Verona several years ago on a day trip from Milan. My bus tookContinue reading “Five reasons to visit Verona”

Five reasons Bari is the perfect Puglia hub

For those readers who don’t know, I spent a year living in Bari when I was a student. Not only does it offer the perfect lifestyle for an out of their depth Brit learning the lingo and the Italian way of life, but it was also a great base to plan another adventure. Cheap flightsContinue reading “Five reasons Bari is the perfect Puglia hub”

How to spend a day in San Marino

Visiting the mountainous micro state of San Marino has been on my travel bucket list of years. As someone who can’t drive, it had been too difficult to get to when I lived in Italy on public transport.  But years later when I started planning my trip to Emilia-Rogmana, I knew this had to beContinue reading “How to spend a day in San Marino”

Eight hours in Ravenna

A city famous for its intricate mosaics, Ravenna is an absolute must for any traveller exploring Emilia-Romagna.  In a previous post, I explained why Rimini is an ideal travel hub for exploring this northern Italian region. It takes just under an hour to reach the former capital of the Western Roman Empire from Rimini.  BeforeContinue reading “Eight hours in Ravenna”

Three off beat tourist attractions in Milan

Milan, Italy’s northern metropolis, is a global powerhouse of fashion, food, desgin, architecture and finance. Every year, millions of tourists flock into the city to climb the winding steps of duomo di Milano, to take in the light pastels of Leonardo da  Vinci’s last supper and dine out in the trendy waterworks of the Navigli.Continue reading “Three off beat tourist attractions in Milan”