Wednesday, October 24, 2018
The majestic port city of Genoa, Italy (Genova in Italian) has been one of the first republics of Italy, dating back to the Renascence. Its power comes to fruition after it defeated Pisa in 1278...
Oktoberfest: basically any college students dream. Drinking (chugging) Liters of beer all day, eating what I call, “fair food”, and singing and dancing with thousands of your closest friends. I mean, what is not to...
I love to travel, as do many others. After a few years of venturing Europe each summer, finding the best-priced airline ticket is the main reason for us to embark on our adventures or dismiss...
Studying in Italy definitely has its benefits, I mean you’re in the place to be for history junkies. The best country to be living and experiencing history. Spanning from the Prehistoric Ages through the Middle...
Riomaggoire (june 2018), Cinque Terre
Cinque Terre, a beautiful place. Or should I say 5 beautiful places? Cinque Terre meaning five lands is just off the coast of the Italian Riviera. These five fishing villages hidden in the mountains have...
One of Rome's most notorious “Rioni” (aka neighborhoods), Trastevere is a must to visit and enjoy a part of Rome you’ll only get in this little slice of the city. An extremely rich history goes...
Europe maybe half the size of North America but it has twice the number of countries, each with its own history, culture and language. This means there’s a lot to fit into any trip to Europe. We are here to help guide you through the overwhelming information and take you to the best places which make up this wonderful continent.
If you come to Italy there are some things you just have to do, foods to try, and places to see. There are 50 UNESCO protected sites here, that’s more than any other country in the world. So where do you start? Don’t worry we are here to help you with a simple guide to make your visit a truly unforgettable one.
Ciao! Hallo! Helo! Bonjour!As some of you might have noticed, Whitney has been writing my blog posts for the last week and a half because it's that time of the year - spring break!! That's...