So you've decided to visit the land of pizza and pasta. And, not just that but you've decided to brave the wild roads of Italy, hire a car and road trip it. Well, good for you, you're going to have blast. But take it from me, driving in Italy is no small feat. Italian drivers…
It's been a while since I've posted a 'Share the Wanderlust' article because again, I've been a very bad blogger. But today's 'wanderluster' is someone who I actually met through Instagram who has an amazing story that I just had to share. Reading through her answers had me feeling all inspired and motivated. To travel more.…
Biking around Amsterdam with half my family. BTW that's my mum on the right!!Some of you may have noticed that I've been a very bad blogger of late. I apologise! However, in loo of blogging I've actually been traveling, eating copious amounts of food, gaining inspiration for the blog and enjoying some family time.
Grand Place.So, I know I was meant to be focusing more on my Italian travels and life in Italy but how can I not also share my other amazing travels. Like the weekend I just spent in Brussels, Belgium.
I've had many a road trips to visit this glorious tower.First things first, driving in Italy is not for the faint hearted! Their streets are often small and narrow, their highways big and fast, their traffic lights are sometimes in obscure places and that's all before even getting to the drivers themselves.
I still vividly remember the day I moved to Padova. It was smack bang in the middle of summer in 2014 and the city was a ghost town. I remember thinking to myself that we had made a huge mistake and that we needed to get our butts back on a plane to England asap.
The walls of Cittadella.A couple of weeks ago I was lucky enough to have been invited on a private tour of Cittadella (pronounced Chittadella). A beautiful, unique and ancient walled city in the Veneto region of northern Italy.