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”

A day in Positano!

Ciao Ragazzi! I am really sorry for my absense over the past week, but it was my birthday yesterday, so I was slightly busy with all things birthday related! (Expect a Birmingham UK Lifestyle post tomorrow/a birthday update). However, today’s post is again inspired from my adventures in Italy and it’s exactly what the titleContinue reading “A day in Positano!”

Top 5 tips for settling into a year abroad!

Ciao Ragazzi! Another travel post, in future I will try and balance the posts a bit better, but I am just in the travel writing mood of late! I am not sure if I have openly mentioned this yet, but I have just returned from the most wonderful year abroad possible. I won’t sugarcoat it,Continue reading “Top 5 tips for settling into a year abroad!”

24 Hours in Turin

How to get there: Monarch airlines fly from Birmingham International to Turin, for as little as ¬£30 one way. What to do there? Turin offers a wide range of touristic opportunities, most Brits venture there to do a bit of skiing and other such winter sports. Turin is surrounded by the western alpine arch. But,Continue reading “24 Hours in Turin”