Browsing Category : Europe

5 Tips for Visiting Cinque Terre


 I bet you’ve seen pictures of these beautiful seaside towns before. The rainbow coloured houses perched on the cliff overlooking the Mediterranean Sea. Yet what you may or may not know is that there are five separate villages each uniquely different from the other. Cinque Terre, also known as “The Five Lands” is composed of Manarola, Vernazza, Monterosso, Riomaggiore and…

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One Day in Pisa


Pisa is one of those places that should be on your bucket list. The ever iconic Leaning Tower of Pisa brings in over 1 million tourists every year alone. A small city that has ever grown in size due to one major architectural failure now flourishes as one of Italy’s must see destinations. You can easily spend one day in…

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Three Days in Rome


This magnificent city has endless possibilities to keep you busy all day long. Rome is home to over 2.7 million people so it can be a very busy place, especially in the summer months when large crowds of tourists come to visit. If you can consider planning your trip during the off season such as in May or September to…

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A Trip to the Roman Forum


The Roman Forum was once the place to be. It was located in the centre of the city in ancient Rome where important government buildings once stood in the pulsing centre of the modern city. On the perimeter of the forum, there were markets, taverns and small shops where local residents shopped and worked. 

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12 Must-See Cities In Italy


Italy is a diverse country, it’s surrounded by two seas, filled with beaches, overflowing with mountains and is burdened with rolling hills. It’s one of the most beautiful countries I’ve visited and I was glad to call it home for a few months. While living here, I explored 12 regions and over 25 major cities where I was able to…

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My Au Pair Experience in Italy


Over the summer of 2015, I decided to become an Au Pair in Italy for close to three months inspired by my constant wanderlust. I wanted to see the world but still have the comforts of my own home since I knew I would be gone for a while. I was planning on doing something adventurous for my four-month long school summer…

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What to See & Do in Sorrento


Along the dreamy Amalfi Coast, you will find the beautiful city of Sorrento. An underrated seaside town full of life and colour. Forty minutes outside Naples, this destination is an easy day trip and is definitely worth the visit. Sorrento’s Mediterranean landscape provides views of not only the sea and cliffs, but also Mount Vesuvius, near Pompeii, and the Island…

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16 Photos to Inspire you to Visit Tuscany


Tuscany. One of the most relaxing places on Earth. This region of Italy attracts the romantics, adventures, historians, foodies and much more. An all encompassing destination where you will find everything to satisfy your needs. The food is amazing, the landscapes admirable, the people are friendly and the history is never ending. If you go to Tuscany you will not…

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A Historic Trip to Kaliningrad, Russia


Kaliningrad is a secluded but amazing little province boarding Poland and Lithuania. It was once part of Prussia formerly called Königsberg, was a major stop on my History Trip to Europe. It was definitely an interesting experience and cool to see. It was so different from the other European countries which made it, even more, fascinating.

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What to See in Venice


Venice is truly a unique destination. Situated in northern Italy nestled on a set of islands this city is unlike any other in the world. The only form of transportation is by boat, with the absence of buses and cars you feel like you’re transported back to the 1900s. Nonetheless it is beautiful place and a must see! Whether you…

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