This guide covers our best travel tips for Cinque Terre, Italy. Here’s everything you need to know to help you prepare for a trip to this part of Italy!
Mantua’s historic center is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and is noted for its extraordinary art and architecture. It is known to many Italians as “La Bella Addormentata,” a sleeping beauty that hasn’t changed since the middle ages.
While visiting Bologna, I took a trip to the countryside of Emilia Romagna to taste wine, visit vineyards, and photograph medieval castles!
Traveling solo in Bologna, Italy is a great way to immerse yourself in Italian culture and to get to know what makes this must-see Italian city tick.
Making pasta from scratch was one of the most unique things we did in Italy. If you want to have a true Italian pasta making experience, we highly recommend it!
While researching areas to stay near Cinque Terre, we came across Levanto and at first glance, it reminded us of the Italian version of Amsterdam.