33 Fabulous Things to Do in Florence: Sites to See & Best Activities in Florence, Italy


Tourists and travelers from all across the world flock to Florence almost every year and for good reason. After all, Florence happens to be one of the most renowned historical cities in the world that is steeped in history and packed with amazing architecture and iconic Italian landmarks. And there are so many fabulous things … Read more

48 Hours in Florence: Itinerary for an Amazing 2 Days in Florence, Italy


An Introduction to Florence As the birthplace of the Renaissance, Florence, Italy deserves a spot any itinerary for first-time visitors to Italy, if only for two days. While Florence could keep you entertained for infinitely longer than two days, this 48-hour Florence itinerary shows you the Tuscan’s city’s very best. Get ready to crisscross this … Read more

27 Marvelous Things to Do in Milan, Lombardy’s Sophisticated Capital

Milan Cathedral roof on sunny day, Italy. Milan Cathedral or Duomo di Milano is top tourist attraction of Milan. Amazing view of old Gothic spires. Nice rooftop terrace of the famous Milan landmark.

I just adore Milan. Before I arrived, I didn’t understand how fabulous the city is, but it’s immediately apparent when you start to exploring. From its quirky churches to its great nightlife, there’s so much to explore in the city. Here are the best things to do in Milan, plus some essential Milan travel tips! Can’t … Read more

The 50 Most Beautiful Castles in the World and the Pictures to Prove It

Chateau de Chambord, royal medieval french castle and reflection. Loire Valley, France, Europe. Unesco heritage site. Long exposure.

As a history and travel lover, there’s no kind of building in the world that piques my interest more than a beautiful castle. Whether it’s learning about the history of Windsor Castle, comparing the summer and winter palaces of the Shaki Khans while traveling Azerbaijan, or sleeping in a castle in Ireland, visiting castles always … Read more

101 Magical Places to Visit in Europe: A European Bucket List for Travel Addicts

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I love traveling in Europe, and, even after living there for four years, I had to admit how many of the best places to visit in Europe are still languishing on my European bucket list. So to that end, I thought it was time that I share my bucket list for traveling Europe to help … Read more

27 of the Best Opera Houses in Europe for a Perfect Night Out

Germany - Dresden - DRESDEN, GERMANY - June 15, 2019: The famous opera house Semperoper in Dresden after a concert after sunset

Whenever I travel, I always look for a fun or elegant performance that I can add to my itinerary. In London, this was seeing a Shakespeare production in the Sam Wanamaker Playhouse. In NYC, this meant seeing Hamilton during a fantastic New York weekend. And in Vienna, this, of course, meant going to the Vienna … Read more

25 Most Underrated Cities in Europe for a Fabulous Vacation without the Crowds

Art Pavilion Building Zagreb Croatia

If you want to explore Europe but you want to avoid throngs of tourists, then pick one of these underrated cities in Europe to enjoy some of Europe off-the-beaten-path.  Can’t read now? Pin for later! The Most Underrated Cities in Europe Here are my favorite European underrated cities. For an in-depth overview of what makes … Read more

27 Stunning Places to Visit in September in Europe for a Late Summer Getaway

Visiting Europe in September is a great idea for many tourists. You’ll be able to skip the families traveling during school holidays, you can take advantage of end-of-season discounts, and the crowds start to thin out a bit. Here are some of the best places to visit in September in Europe to enjoy the end … Read more

10 of the Best Historical Sites in Rome to Put on Your Rome Bucket List!

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With over 2000-years of historical legacy, Rome is brimming with historical sites in every nook and corner. Every brick that builds up Rome is tinged with the blood of the mightiest men that once ruled over it. From Julius Caesar to Augustus to Constantine, they all have had footsteps etched on this reservoir of relics: … Read more