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When it comes to food and drink, Italy’s incredible richness means you’re spoiled for choice. After all these years of living inRead more
Florence, I am still amazed by what this small, quaint city has too offer. One major reason for Italy’s abundance is its perfect terrain and temperature, which allows...
Home to some of the worlds best food, museums packed with world-famous Renaissance art, and beautiful architecture as far as the eye can see, it’s not hard to see why so many people fall forRead more
Florence. And even on a tight travel timeline, you can still take in a whole...
If you’re lucky enough to be in Italy over the Christmas holidays, then you should share some of that luck by bringing back epic Christmas gifts that you can only find in the land of great fashion, great food, and great, well, everything. We asked our local guide Linda in...Read more
Gelato’s had a long life. Like, more than 5,000 years of living. As far back as 3000 BCE, Asian cultures snacked on flavoured crushed ice. Later, Egyptian pharaohs served fruit-sweetened ice to visitors. As well, Arab, Greek, and Roman cultures all served cold lemon drinks, much like sorbet, after dinner....Read more
We are in love with the rich, decadent, glorious life lived in Italy, andRead more
Florence is overflowing with exactly that. If Florence is in you travel plans, we’re sure you’ll want to enjoy plenty of the popular sights — but may we also recommend venturing further into the lesser-known hidden...
As one of the most recognised landmarks in the beautiful city ofRead more
Florence, Ponte Vecchio is certainly not camera shy. This bridge was the only one to survive in Florence during World War II, and is one of the few in the world with shops lining both sides – a...
The TripAdvisor ‘Certificate of Excellence’ is the equivalent of receiving a gold star on your homework from your favourite teacher after weeks of study. Or the ‘MVP’ award from your respected football coach after months of training. Or finally collecting the honourable Eagle Scout badge after years of orienteering. A...Read more
When it comes to wine, the Mediterranean has a long and rich history. The area’s warm climate, agricultural techniques and local varietals produce unique white, red and sparkling wines you won’t find elsewhere. So raise a glass and sip your way around the Mediterranean, with this handy guide on what...Read more
Located in the north of Italy, Genoa is a port city on the Ligurian coast. The southern coast may get more attention from many visitors, but skipping Genoa would mean missing out on centuries of history, a seriously beautiful Old Town complete with winding streets and alleys, quaint wine bars...Read more