The most important thing you need to know about me is that I am Italian. My roots determine who I am and how I approach life.
How do I approach life, you might ask -or maybe not, but I'll answer anyway. I try to enjoy it as much as I can. And here comes traveling! Travels are not only my passion, but what keeps me sane. When I travel, I forget about everything and I breath. Life is better when the suitcase is packed!
Last but not least: I am studying journalism. Would I love to become a travel journalist? Of course!
Count on it! And on me for any tips or stories!
Ciao Rhonda! The region of Friuli-Venezia Giulia is defenitely off the beaten path and still not touristy. And the food (but the wine Merlot and Friulano especially) is good -try the frico, if you go. Trieste is the main coastal... See More
Hi travelers! I am planning a trip to Costa Rica and I'd love to rent a car. Do you have any good websites you use? Any you had good experiences with? (for example, giving up the full price). Thanks & safe trips! Gaia See More
Hi travelers! I'm planning a 5-day trip to Boston and Cape Cod, but I can't decide how many days to spend in the ocean. Are 2 days enough to see the beauty of Cape Cod? Should I just spend my vacation there and go to Boston another time? Thanks! :) See More
Hi Kaman! You only need one day to visit the enchanting Verona and, after you have done all the touristic stuff, try heading to the Parco delle Colombare on the other side of the River Adige. It's a less crowded and greener... See More
Hi Michael! Turkey is on of the most beautiful countries I've ever visited and Cappadocia as a unique charm. You don't need more than one day to visit it tho, while Istanbulis a capital that will surprise you in every corner.... See More
Hi Jonathan! I would recommend either Volterra or Poppi. They are both smaller villages in which you feel a strong sense of community. And, if you ever want the vibe of a bigger place, they are close to cities like Arezzo... See More
Hi Shahnawaz! There two major paths worth the trip: the Via Francigena (http://www.viefrancigene.org/en/ ) and Cammino of Francesco in Umbria (http://www.camminodifrancesco.it/eng/ ). Both pass through major beautiful cities like... See More