Whether you are sightseeing, out for exercise or enjoying some form of recreation, Lucca’s 2 1/2 mile (4 km) medieval wall walk is an experience that shouldn’t be missed. Located just [...]
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Verona is a beautiful city in the Veneto region in the north of Italy.
The history of Western Civilization is conveniently displayed for your strolling pleasure in the Eternal City.
A marvelous transformation happens in Venice in the month of December when the tourist population declines to half of the normal August droves.
Most tourists to Venice make plans to see the main sights. However, there’s a whole other city to explore a few streets beyond.
Portovenere is on the Ligurian Coast between La Spezia and the Cinque Terre. It sits very prettily at the base of the steep slopes of Muzzerone, a rocky mountain covered with olive and pine trees. The town is watched over by the tower of the old citadel.
Thanks to Mr. Shakespeare the world associates the city of Verona with star-crossed lovers and two famous gentlemen. There’s also the annual opera festival held mid-June through early September, which attracts crowds to the celebrated Roman arena.
Undoubtedly one of my favorite cities in the world is the eternal city of Rome. Not only can you travel back in time to the age of the Roman Empire, you can retrace the footsteps of man for the last 2,000 years from the empire's fall through the Middle Ages, through the Renaissance through present day.
While researching my personal list of top things to explore in Tuscany, I realised there are so many things I love about it that only one article is not enough! Here’s what else I recommend...
If you have already been to Tuscany it is quite easy to take my word, but if you haven’t here is my personal “Top 10 things to do in Tuscany”!