This is a unique road trip itinerary that takes you through a region of Italy that featuring hilltop towns built on rocky outcrops, pre-Roman ruins, castles and fortresses. Virtually known to tourists, don’t be surprised if you don’t see another foreign tourist during your entire
Hidden away somewhere near the centre of Italy is a scuba diving gem. In the 1950s, a valley was flooded to create an artificial lake for hydroelectricity. In doing so, they flooded a collection of ancient ruins that is now a scuba diver’s paradise. Scuba
This is a road trip itinerary through Le Marche (pronounced lay marca), a region in central Italy, east of Tuscany, on the Adriatic Sea. Specifically, we’ll focus on the province of Pesaro e Urbino. The countryside features postcard-perfect rolling hills of patchwork farm fields, flattening
Rome was once the largest city in the world and was the capital of the Roman Empire which included 20% of the world’s population. In a city full of Roman ruins, piazzas, churches, basilicas and museum, it can be hard to know where to start. We show you how to spend 5 days in Rome and see all the best sights.
Florence was the birthplace of the Renaissance, and a historically important centre for art, music and fashion. As the European centre for trade and finance, it was also a very wealthy city. For any history or art lover, it’s hard not to love Florence. We
Venice is a magical city, with nothing else comparable in the world. Founded in 421, it’s built over a group of 118 small islands in the shallow Venetian Lagoon, connected by hundreds of bridges to form a cohesive city. Venice plays an important role in