There’s no question that the city of Rome and all of its must-see sights could keep a curious traveler occupied and enthralled for weeks. But if you’re looking for a breather in the middle of your Roman holiday, Italy’s awesome public transport makes day trips from Rome an easy choice that can add so much richness to your trip.
Traveling during the holiday season is something I think everyone should do at least once. In cities and towns of various sizes, you’ll see the local people spilling out into the streets each night, shopping, eating, drinking, singing, dancing, and socializing. And as a visitor, you’re warmly invited to mix with the locals and join the party.
If you’ve been following my blog, you could probably already tell, I’m passionate about good, smart, and efficient travel. Each custom itinerary I craft is thoroughly researched. So, to best serve my clients (and blog readers!), I made my way over to Italy. The goal was to experience for myself how Italy’s Green Pass worked in practice and to generally discover what the realities of traveling looks like now, in the COVID-era.
With its winding streets, revved-up joyful chaos, and seemingly limitless offerings of amazing food, drink, art, and ancient historical sights, Rome is a city that will take your breath away — whether you’re visiting for the first time or the tenth.
Whether you’re traveling to escape the cold temperatures in your home town, are celebrating a special occasion, or simply have the urge to travel during a quieter time of year, there are several great places to visit in Europe during the winter months.
Exploring Rome off the beaten path is a great way to elevate your travel journey, allowing you to escape the crowds and experience awe-inspiring sights, unique attractions, and history-rich places […]
While I typically spend my days crafting custom travel itineraries for travelers, this time I’ve planned a virtual museum tour itinerary for all of you. As usual, my recommendations are based on personal experience and plenty of research. These are what I consider to be 11 of the most well-done virtual tours for European museums available online today.
Get up-to-date with the new and most anticipated events happening all over Europe in 2020! New museums, art exhibitions, food markets, historic buildings and more!
A common question that many travelers ask themselves (and me) is, “Which city should I visit on my first trip to Europe?” While I believe plenty of cities in Europe would make for a great first trip, I do have a short list of suggestions that I typically make based on ease of communication with locals, Bucket List-worthy sights to see, transportation options, and culinary experiences.