Italy Travel Blog

Italy has to be one of my favourite destinations. From pristine alpine lakes to picturesque seaside villages, Italy’s changing landscape has something for every traveller.

Imagine walking out of your Rome apartment into a street full of sidewalk cafes and trattorias, the aroma of delicious coffee tempts you in for your morning espresso or long leisurely lunch with a rich glass of wine relaxing as you sit back, and people watch. Wander down small alleyways and admire the fountains and statues of the many piazzas that are dotted around the city.

For more information on what to see and do in Rome read our guide to Rome.

Italy is home to many cruise ports two of the most popular being Venice and Genoa.

Venice has to one of the loveliest cities in the world. Walking into St Mark’s Square is breathtaking, and the backstreet’s have myriad of shops just waiting to be discovered. Water buses are on hand to take you around the city and nothing can prepare you for the grandeur of watching the city float by as you embark on your Mediterranean cruise.

To learn more about what to do in Venice and Venice cruise port read our guide to Venice.

Italy is also home to many medieval historical towns and our article on visiting Pordenone has useful information on what to see and do in this charming town located within easy reach of the city of Venezia.

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