Planning a trip to Italy: all you need to know!
All you need to know to plan a trip to Italy. The travel guide for stress-free Italy travel planning that will help you make the most of your vacation in Italy.
3 days in Cinque Terre: the itinerary you’ll love
3 days in Cinque Terre: a detailed itinerary to see all five Cinque Terre towns with two nights / three days in the area, plus travel tips, transport info, best spots. Last summer, I brought the kids back to Cinque Terre. We spent two nights in the area and had a lovely time discovering the five Cinque Terre towns, riding the ferries, the train and eating our body weight in pesto! I love this part of Italy: I love the colorful houses, the fact the fact that you don’t need a car here, and the laid-back atmosphere of this welcoming yet not over-the-top glamorous destination. For this trip, I decided…
Visiting Turin with kids: all you need to know to plan a fantastic family trip to Italy’s first capital
All you need to know to plan a visit to Turin with kids: the best kids’ attractions in Turin, Turin landmarks, where to stay in Turin with kids and travel tips for families with children. Torino / Turin is one of the most beautiful and best cities to visit in Italy with kids. Famous for being the first capital of Italy and the seat of Italy’s Royal palace, Turin doesn’t feature in the most popular Italy itinerary and, therefore, feels a bit like a hidden gem, despite being full of wonderful attractions and things to do. We visited Turin with the kids last month. We made the most of the…
How to see Venice in a day: the one day in Venice itinerary you’ll love
One day in Venice itinerary: see the best of Venice in a day following our detailed itinerary with Venice’s main attractions, local areas, best lunch restaurants and photo spots! I love Venice and always recommend staying at least three full days in the city to enjoy it. However, sometimes you don’t have that time and, no matter how much you may want to stay longer, you can only take a day trip to Venice, with less than a full day to see it all. If this is you, you’re in the right place! While I won’t pretend you can see ‘everything’ in Venice in a day, getting a first sense…