10 things to do in Lisbon

The yellow trams, domed cathedrals, grand plazas and picturesque hillsides of Lisbon have been attracting tourists to this Portuguese capital for decades. In 2019, I was lucky enough to visit this capital city twice. For both trips, my itinerary was jam-packed full of attractions, food and drink. So here are just a few tried andContinue reading “10 things to do in Lisbon”

Five reasons Rimini is the perfect Emilia-Romagna hub

The Emilia-Romagna region in Northern Italy stretches from the tips of the Alpine mountains all the way to the micro state of San Marino. Rich in its renaissance architecture, each city has its own splendours that deserve to be discovered. Just over two years ago, I spent six says wandering such sites. In that shortContinue reading “Five reasons Rimini is the perfect Emilia-Romagna hub”

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”

Two days in literary Oxford

Ciao a tutti!  Come Stai?  It’s been a while since I dropped new travel content onto the site. I could sit here and type countless excuses for my lack of updating, excuses that you’ve all heard before on countless different platforms all the time, but I won’t excuse myself. Instead, I want to dive intoContinue reading “Two days in literary Oxford”