Tag Archives: Italy

Staying in Corniglia: My Favorite Cinque Terre Town

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Cinque Terre isn’t one place. This famous destination consists of five small villages located on the rugged Italy coast. These cliffs overlook the aqua Ligurian sea as if hiding out from the modern world. In Cinque Terre, you’ll find pesto, hikes, sea food, and charm. So, unsurprisingly, these rainbow-splashed towns are immensely popular with both […]

Northern Italy Itinerary 8 Days: An Unforgettable Trip

Northern Italy Itinerary 8 Days seeing statues in como

Travelers are powerfully drawn to Italy. And it’s easy to understand the country’s appeal. I mean, Italy is enticing. No doubt about it. As for me, I’ve visited Italy twice and plan to visit again. I don’t think I’ll ever stop feeling excitement bubbling inside my stomach whenever I step off a plane that’s just […]

Solo Travel Milan: 7 Reasons to Go Alone to the Fashion Capital

solo travel milan: see the churches

Traveling solo to Milan was one of my fondest travel memories, because I fell in love with the Central Station. I had expected a huge bubble of chaos, bustling commuters and bewildered tourists, but instead I smoothly navigated the platforms and then stepped out into a welcoming large city square. Purple blossoms bloomed around me, […]

Is Lake Como Worth Visiting? An Honest Guide

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Is Lake Como worth visiting?? Seriously, what sort of ridiculous question is that?! Haha, I imagine a couple of my readers are picking their collective jaws off the floor at this very second.  As travelers, we’ve all heard of Lake Como. In case your memory needs refreshing (doubt it), Lake Como is the upscale and […]

Italy for the First Time: How to Plan Your Trip

Without a doubt, traveling to Italy for the first time is exciting and overwhelming. Going to Italy is even considered a lifelong dream. When asked about their number one travel destination, a lot of people will mention Italy right away. It feels as if everyone loves, loves, loves Italy. I fall into that mindset too. […]