The city of Rome is amazing, with all the historical monuments, full of incredible places to visit.
It’s called The Eternal City.
The Vatican City, with all of its religious aspects, the magnificence of the museums, is an unmissable visit.
The villages perched on the slopes between the ocean and the mountains can make you forget the daily busted of a big city. Allow yourself to live like a local, forget the time, just enjoy the gift of living.
The city of art, the birth of Renaissance, where we can learn a lot about the history, is also a place to explore without plans, when you can discover things that are not on the tourists guides.
Duomo, Ponte Vecchio, Giardini dei Boboli, are some of the multiples sights to visit.
Chianti, in the heart of Tuscany, is surrounded by regional quality wine and food. It’s a place that could easily makes you change your life to live in, and enjoy the atmosphere of countryside.
Siena is a city that stole my heart, and my stomach. It’s home of the oldest bank in the world.
Visit the region during the period of Palio, a traditional competition that occurs at the plaza called Piazza del Campo.
Just for relaxing, or to spend some time in the thermal water natural pools.
Located in the hills not far from Siena, it’s known for a fabulous wine, Brunello di Montalcino. If you are a wine lover, it’s like beeing in heaven. Don’t miss the regional gastronomical products.
The small medieval town where you can’t miss a gelato at the Gelateria Dondoli.
La Spezia, in Liguria, has its own charm, and is also the door for Cinque Terre. Visit Parco Salvatore Allende, and Castello di San Giorgio.
The beauty of this places nestled between the ocean and the mountains is immense.
Famous for his prosciutto and the parmigiano-reggiano, named the king of the cheeses. Visit Palazzo del Pilota, Piazza del Duomo, and any “salumeria”.
With its traditional porticos, it’s also home of the oldest university in the world. Osteria dell’Orsa for wonderful food, Gelateria delle Moline you already know why.
With its canals, boats, squares, churches, and a lot of history, it is a magical place.
Visit the Juliet’s balcony, and if you can, attend a concert at the coliseum Arena di Verona.
A calm and peaceful península with beautiful landscapes.
Where Franciacorta like Ca’ del Bosco and Bella Vista are produced.
Would you like to meet some artists? Visit lakeside towns, like Bellagio and Varenna, in the summer.