Sustainable travel tips when booking #1. Take non-stop flights. If you’re traveling to Italy sometimes there is no other way but to fly. Now we all know that airplanes create a huge carbon footprint but sometimes it is necessary. If you want to cut down your carbon footprint then book a one way flight that…

Famous for its history of glassblowing, Murano is one of Venice’s oldest treasures. As you walk through Murano’s ancient streets, you’ll be blown, pun intended, away by not only by the immense amount of beautiful glass work but also by the charm of this quaint island. You will meet locals whose families have worked as…

If you’re planning to be in Rome for Christmas and caught yourself thinking “Where am I going to eat Christmas dinner in Rome?“ then this is the perfect place to look! Here are eight different options to check out and find your favorite place to have Christmas dinner in Rome? Christmas Dinner in Rome |…

If you spend a few days in Italy, you will quickly become acquainted with a few truths about life in this wonderful country. Italians tend to inject lots of passion into various aspects of their lives, including: family life, food, romance, politics, and of course Italian soccer. Granted, these are all wonderful things to feel…

Having grown into one of Venice’s most energetic central neighborhoods, Cannaregio is the place to truly fall in love with the famous city. With striped-shirted gondoliers floating around the famous canals and artists creating masterpieces on crumbling bell towers, the site of the Venetian Ghetto has morphed into a site of romance and liveliness. Explore…

Known as the historical and commercial heart of Venice, the San Marco neighborhood is a must when you’re visiting Venice. With famous museums and elegant churches calling this neighborhood home as well as shops with Venetian glass made by prominent glass masters and designer clothing lining the winding streets, San Marco is truly a shining…

The San Lorenzo neighborhood in the heart of Florence, sits right in the middle of San Marco and Santa Maria Novello and touches the edge of the Duomo. The neighborhood is filled with all sorts of historical attractions that are a must see when you’re visiting Florence. What to See in San Lorenzo, Florence Basilica…

Touring the world is one of the most popular bucket list goals, but with so much to see and do, it can be hard to take it all in from the inside of a vehicle or just by walking. Many tourists choose to keep their fitness level up and see beautiful sights by taking running…

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