Italy Travel Guides
Real reviews and articles from travellers in Italy.
Best Places to Visit in Italy.
If you are planning a visit to Italy any time soon you should check out these articles from real travellers for the best places to visit.
While it might not be worldwide known, Trapani is a small city by the sea on the west coast of Sicily. Born and bred here, I was looking at my home town with lazy eyes, noting nothing special [...]
5 Reasons Why You Should Visit Milan If you’re planning a trip to Italy, there is no way you can’t include Milan in your list. Despite being famous mainly for fashion and business [...]
A GEM OF THE MEDITERRANEAN SEA Only 10 kilometers from the west coast of Italy there is one of my favorite place in Tuscany: Isola d’Elba. An Island in the mediterranean sea with gorgeous beaches [...]
I, as many other people thought that the only attraction in the Venetian lagoon was Venice the majestic city with its maze of canals and doing things like taking a trip in the iconic gondolas, [...]
I’d been away from sunny Malta for four months on Erasmus in the UK, suffering from a terrible case of post Erasmus blues. One of my roommates lived in Varese, Italy just a forty-five-minute [...]
Aww Venice Venice.. what a beautiful, romantic and unique city you are! Even though I was born in Italy and visited so many places all around the world; I still believe Venice has something so [...]
Bellagio is a very small city near Como which is situated on a promontory where the two branches of Como Lake starts. The city is very nice and the lake view is fantastic! How can I reach the [...]
Located in Liguria (an italian region just above Tuscany and close to France), the Cinque Terre (=”five lands”) consists of five small towns (Monterosso, Vernazza, Corniglia, Manarola and [...]
What to expect from Little Italy San Diego’s is one of the biggest Little Italy in the USA, spreading over fifty-eight blocks in the northwest end of Downtown. Originally born as a [...]
Italy – Tramonti di Campiglia – Off the beaten tracks of Cinque Terre After seeing the five villages enlisted in the UNESCO World Heritage of Italy Monterosso al Mare, [...]
If you’re not Italian or Slovenian – or really into First World War history – you probably have never heard of Gorizia. To be honest, even though I come from Veneto, the only [...]
I’m going to be honest with you right off the bat here; I probably have the least amount of patience when I travel, not including when I’m waiting for my food to arrive at a restaurant. [...]