Discover religious art bliss coupled with an infinite expanse of Renaissance carved marble statues and busts.
Adventure, culture, experiences. Seekers of travelling local or global will find recommended travel hot spots, low key destinations, local restaurant recommendations and more. Get out there with eyes wide open and sightsee all the remarkable nature wonders of the world. From mountain-side hiking with steep inclines to laid-back vacation lazy days, harness the enjoyment of exploration.
With so many private Italian wine tours out there, we had no idea what to expect from our randomly selected vineyard.
Welcome to Venice, Italy, a wonderfully enchanting world of historic buildings surrounded by majestic waters and interconnected canals.
Art lovers unite; the Uffizi Gallery is one of the finest Renaissance art museums in the world to visit. A few hours and numerous hallways later, the work of minor and significant Italian artists will leave you in awe.
Opulence, lavishness, and magnificence: Three words that describe St. Peter’s Basilica to the tee. If God was an architect and had an unlimited budget, this is probably what he would build.
For a medieval vibe with majestic hillside views, make a pit stop at the quaint countryside town of San Gimignano, Italy.
An impressive 2,824,800 cubic feet of water flows through the Trevi Fountain each day, while nearly €3,000 splashes its way onto the floor by patrons passing by.
As one of the largest unreinforced concrete domes in the world, the Pantheon is not only an impressive sight to see, but a structural wonder to admire.
Some call it the “Forum Romanum”; others like myself call it a mysterious ancient civilization marketplace. These government ruins will make you ponder, “What was that” as you take step after step.
With an original construction date of 70 AD, the nearly two-thousand-year-old Amphitheatre certainly shows its deteriorating age. However, it does so beautifully historically, with plenty of the original structure and artifacts remaining.
When it comes to exploring Rome, you’ll find far more grand attractions and minor city street-side sights. After all, Rome is home to well-known places like the Colosseum, Pantheon, and Trevi Fountain.
Florence is one place you won’t want to miss out on when it comes to exploring Italy. Even equipped with a handful of days to roam around, we still found ourselves overwhelmed with sights and attractions to discover.
Five sleepy, sea-side towns. Quiet, casual strolls with the occasional train ride to get around. Away from the hustle and bustle of the tourist engulfed Italy, Cinque Terre is a place to relax and wander.