You’ve bought your plane ticket and booked your accommodation for your much awaited Roman holiday. You haven’t reached the city yet, but your wallet already feels quite a bit lighter. Obviously, the budget allocated to food during your trip is of primary importance... John told you about the gelato, Mary about the thin crust pizza and Lizzy urged you to head to that sweet little coffee place by the Pantheon! So much food to eat, so little time.
Italy dedicates February 17 to domestic felines, but in Rome it’s an everyday celebration.
Nel profondo ovest della Sicilia c’è un pezzo di isola capace di entrare immediatamente nel cuore di chi lo visita. Stiamo parlando della provincia di Trapani, crocevia di popoli e merci ma, soprattutto, scrigno di spiagge e panorami mozzafiato. Sole e bel tempo non sono certo una rarità a queste latitudini, tuttavia l’estate è il momento migliore per organizzare una vacanza. Se non altro per godere di un mare che ha pochi eguali in Italia.
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You could spend an entire week exploring the Vatican Museums, which contain a staggering 1,400 rooms and 65,000 paintings. Seeing everything in one visit is impossible, but these masterpieces are truly unmissable.
No trip to Venice would be complete without a vaporetto ride straight to Murano, the most famous of its islands. The small city, known as the mecca of glassworks, is only a nine-minute boat ride from the Fondamente Nuove and a 30-minute ride from San Marco. Here’s a short guide that will help you look beyond the glass to the treasures of Murano.
Stunning. Intriguing. Breathtaking. Simple. Majestic. The words that come to mind to describe Sardinia are as diverse as the island itself. Located just south of its French sibling, the island of Corsica, Sardinia is often regarded as a continent in its own right.