The Path of Gods is an ancient ~135 km hiking route from Bologna to Florence through the Tuscan-Emilian Apennines mountain range. Here’s who will love it:
Hiking in Cinque Terre can be a dream with its medieval fishing villages and stunning views of the Italian Riviera. However, it can also be confusing and many travellers miss out by not going beyond the Cinque Terre. Here’s what you need to know before you go:
Cinque Terre is the most picturesque place on the Italian Riveria which makes it popular with travellers. Here are 5 travel tips to make the most of your visit.
Lecco, is an incredible alpine city on the shores of Lake Como in Italy. It will appeal to everyone from mountain lovers, water sports enthusiasts and those who consider gelato testing to be a serious sport!
Ziplining at Jungle Raider Park Xtreme near Lake Como in Lombardy, Italy was unlike anything I’ve ever done! Adventure junkies will love its uniqueness!
Fascinating coffee facts, like what cat poop and the world’s most expensive coffee have in common. From Valentin Hofer, Italy’s 1st Coffee Sommelier.
I had just enough time to see one attraction during a short stop over in Rome. I debated between the Largo di Torre Argentina, the cat sanctuary of all cat sanctuaries and the Coliseum. Hint: the Cat Sanctuary won.
- Adventures in the Alps, Mountain Adventures, Nature and Wildlife Travel, UNESCO World Heritage Sites to Visit
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Alpe di Siusi (Seiser Alm in German) is home to the Dolomites, Europe’s largest alpine meadow AND serves as a training ground for Olympic athletes!
Perugia, the capital city of Umbria, oozes with charm from almost every corner, but there’s also chocolate and plenty of scandal as well!
Marmore’s Falls is the world’s tallest man made waterfall. Even more incredible is that it dates back to 271BC and was constructed by the Romans.