Best Vegetarian Street Food In Rome

Where to find the best vegetarian street food in Rome, Italy's beautiful capital city. Italian food is like a magnet that attracts travelers to Italy. Full of carbs, simple flavors, and fresh ingredients, Italian dishes always satisfy the heart as well as the tastebuds. Eating street food is cheaper than eating in restaurants, as most budget …

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Best Places To Visit In The Amalfi Coast

A detailed list of all the best places to visit in the Amalfi Coast of south-western Italy. People travel from all over the world to witness the breathtaking views of Italy's Amalfi Coast. Easily accessible from Naples and Rome, the Amalfi Coast makes for a gorgeous summer weekend trip on Italy's western coastline. Here are the …

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Non Touristy Things To Do In Rome, Italy

Want to get off the beaten path and see some non-touristy Rome attractions? Here are some ways to get in touch with authentic Roman culture while traveling in Italy's capital city. As one of the most visited cities in Europe and the world, Rome has plenty of well-known tourist attractions. The Colosseum and Roman Forum are …

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Cinque Terre

6 Reasons To Visit Cinque Terre

Reasons to visit Cinque Terre, a charming and breathtaking coastal area of Italy. Located in Italy’s northwestern region of Liguria, Cinque Terre boasts some of the best scenery in the country. Cinque Terre translates to “Five Lands”. The area is composed of five small coastal towns, Manarola, Vernazza, Corniglia, Riomaggiore, and Monterosso. Many tourists have …

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Day Trip From Rome: Anzio, Italy

As an easy day trip from Rome, Anzio is saturated with Italian culture. There's no place like home, but sometimes you just need to get away. A few weeks ago, my roommates and I decided to venture away from our beloved Rome and see a different Italian town. We each paid 3.60 euros for a train ticket …

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13 Best Things To Do In Florence, Italy

The best things to do in Florence, the famous and artistic capital of Tuscany. Florence remains high on many travelers' bucket lists, as it should. It is the birthplace of the Renaissance, so it is home to legendary architecture and world-famous artwork. As the capital of Italy's region of Tuscany, Florence is full of amazing …

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Hidden Gems of Europe

Hidden gems of Europe: 8 underrated European cities that offer authentic, intimate travel experiences. Travelers flock to Europe because there are so many beautiful cities. And they're all so close to each other! Paris, Rome, Berlin, Amsterdam, and Barcelona, are all incredible and famous places in Europe. These cities attract tourists from all over the …

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Unexpected Things To Love About Rome

Here are some of my favorite unexpected things to love about Rome! I have now lived in Rome for about a month. The last 36 days have been a blur with countless new faces and new job responsibilities consuming all my time and flooding my headspace. As I become acquainted with more and more people, …

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A Day In The Tuscan Countryside

A summary of my day working as a tour guide in Tuscany. Located in central Italy, beautiful Tuscany represents one of the most popular regions of the country. Tuscany has rolling green landscapes, world-famous wines, and a vast Renaissance history. Travelers should definitely tour through this lush and diverse region of Italy. Working As A …

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First Impressions of Italy

My first impressions of living and working in Italy as a tour guide. Despite the title, this is not my first time in Italy. My first visit to this beautiful country was in 1996 as an infant. Then, my family proceeded to live here from 1999 to 2000. Since then I've been lucky enough to …

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