Early Christian Monuments of Ravenna

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Ravenna, a city in the province of Emilia-Romagna, was one of those pleasant surprises that we might not have discovered if it wasn’t for our UNESCO goal. In fact, I will admit that I went in thinking that I was … Continued

St. Moritz & the Rhaetian Railway

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Continuing our goal of visiting every single Italian UNESCO site, this time we had to drive across the border to Switzerland to see the Rhaetian Railway, a train line that connects Italy to Switzerland through the Alps!

Valentine’s Day in Verona

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Verona, most famous nowadays as the setting for Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet, is a city located in the Veneto region of Italy. Last year, we spend Valentine Day in Venice and immediately thought it would be a good idea to spend Valentine’s Day in Verona this year.

A Day in Pompeii

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A few months back weΒ spent a day in Pompeii, or the ruins of the ancient city buried by a volcanic eruption. Pompeii is a very well-known tourist spot, with many people taking time to visit from Rome or Naples. All … Continued

Assisi, the Jewel of Umbria

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I generally prefer writing about a place we’ve been to as soon as possible after we get back. Otherwise, I start to forget little details that I might have wanted to include in my blog post. However, it is also … Continued

The Italian Riviera, Part Two: Portovenere & Portofino

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I’ll be completely honest with you: I really don’t feel like writing this post. It’s been a pretty exhausting week so far. We spent the weekend in the beautiful city of Vienna (if you follow me on Instagram you’d know … Continued

Top Reasons to go to Italy’s Most Underrated City: Turin

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If you asked me what I was doing a year ago at this very moment, I’d say, “That’s easy! I was in Turin!” Turin is hands down Italy’s most underrated city. It’s also my favorite. Yes, above Rome, above Florence, … Continued

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