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. That being said, driving is a great way to see Italy and I…
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.
Carnevale in Venice.With Christmas just around the corner, I thought it would be the perfect time to write about some traditional Italian holidays and celebrations. But first, can we acknowledge the fact that Christmas is literally 44 days away? Where has this year gone!?
Two travellers, both alike in wanderlust. In fair Verona, where we lay our scene, for a weekend of exploring, eating and shopping. See what I did there?
Pizza al Taglio in Venice.One of the things I look forward to most when travelling to a new city or country is the food! Ok, who am I kidding, I look forward to food any time, full stop. But, when visiting a new place I get extra excited about all the NEW food I can try.
Verona views.There's a reason why Italy is one of the most visited countries in the world. Not only is it rich in history and culture, but the food is amazing and they have some of the best sites in the world.