Tuscany is Italy at its most iconic. Home to cities beaming with history, art, and culture; and charming hill towns combining scenic beauty, architecture, preserved archaeological ruins and fortifications, and their own rich histories; Tuscany is a top destination for travelers. Let’s explore together a one-week Tuscany itinerary that lets you explore the best of this beautiful region.
Northern Italy is the country’s industrial and financial heart, with Milan as its heartbeat. Filled with masterful artwork, much history, and beautiful natural scenery, there is much to see, do, and explore in Northern Italy. While you can change many things, let’s explore together a charming one week Northern Italy itinerary that will give you a beautiuful taste of Italy.
Pisa is a charming and historic city located in the Tuscany region of Italy. It is most famous for its iconic Leaning Tower, which is an architectural marvel and one of the most recognizable landmarks in the world. Beyond the tower, Pisa offers a rich history, stunning architecture, and beautiful landscapes that make it a fascinating destination for travelers. Let’s take a look at my favorite things to do in Pisa Italy.
Perched on the Val di Cecina’s hills, Volterra is one of the most scenic hill towns in Tuscany. Famous for its alabaster, it is Volterra’s medieval past, reflected in its buildings, many in gray stone with red tile roofs, and protected by the remnants of a fortification wall, that draws people to the town. Let’s explore together my best things to do in Volterra.
Coronado was incorporated as a city in 1890. Being an island, separated from the San Diego metropolis, Coronado is a small beach community that maintains its island feel. By 1888, when Hotel Del Coronado was built the city had become a major tourist destination. Coronado welcomes visitors from all over the world and is surrounded by the San Diego Bay and the Pacific Ocean, with gorgeous views all the way around. So, come along with me as we explore my favorite things to do on Coronado Island.
Early visitors to Santa Barbara called the city the American Riviera due to its similarities to the French Riviera, the region of southeast France on the Mediterranean coastline. One similarity shared by both the French Riviera and Santa Barbara is great food. Like the French Riviera, Santa Barbara has so many restaurants that it is hard to try all of them in order to compile a list of the best restaurants in Santa Barbara.
Lucca Tuscany is filled with history and music. It is also a great place to visit but also an excelent central spot which will allow you to explore both Tuscany and Liguria, especially the gorgeous Cinque Terre. So let’s put on some comfortable walking shoes and explore the best things to do in Lucca Tuscany.
Traveling with your pet can be a very rewarding experience that allows the both of you to create magnificent memories that will last a life-time. Whether you are traveling within the United States or internationally, there is a lot of preparation that goes into flying with your furry friend. With that said, it is important that you take time to do your research and plan ahead. Keep reading so you can find out five helpful tips to make flying with a pet as smooth as possible!
A large and busy Greek city, Thessaloniki, is bustling with life and things to see and do. From the gorgeous coastline to the amazing views you get from the nearby hills, Thessaloniki makes for a beautiful destination for your trip to Greece. Let’s put on some comfortable walking shoes and explore my favorite things to do in Thessaloniki.
When it comes to picking the best restaurants in San Clemente, the task is very difficult. Being a popular Southern California beach town, San Clemente has many restaurants that cater to so many different tastes and budgets. However, let’s try exploring some of the best restaurants in San Clemente.