Turin is one of the biggest cities in the north part of Italy. It was the first capital of Italy and home of the Italy’s royal family Savoia. Today Turin is also very famous, not only because of being industrial city but also because of the rich history and culture and the huge offer of […]

1. Arancini Arancini are fried rice balls, cooked with breadcrumbs. They are usually filled with ragu (meat and tomato sauce), mozzarella and peas. There are many regional variants with different fillings and shape. The name derives from their shape and color, arancini in italian language means “small orange”). In eastern Sicily (especially in Catania), arancini have a more […]

Are you one of those travelers who are always trying to have a unique experience, instead of going straight and following the group, they decide to go right and get lost through the local streets and restaurants. When we talk about Rome, many people will tell you that this is almost impossible, because Rome is […]

Have you ever dreamed of visiting Tuscany? Visit all those small villages, beautiful landscapes in the middle of nowhere, eating traditional italian pasta and tasting one of the most famous italian wines? If the answer is yes then you should book your next trip to Tuscany! I’ve spent around one week in this region and […]

Milan is a very big and touristic city, most of the people always choose to see the most famous attraction in the city, but here you can read something more about some different and unique places in Milan. 1. Villa Necchi Campiglio – designed by the architect Piero Portaluppi. Villa Necchi is located in via […]

AROUND ITALY It was almost one year ago when I saw a picture from the island of Levanzo posted somewhere on the web and I just put it on my travel bucket list. I have been traveled a lot in Sicily but I was missing the northwest coast of the island, so i decide to […]

Alba is a small Italian town in North Italy, in the region of Piedmont, only 50 km from Turin, that means just one hour and half by train from Turin. There is no direct train so you need to change in some other town, and the ticket costs around 5 euro one way. If you […]

Mantua, (Mantova in italian) is a small Italian town which is located only half an hour from Verona. If you want to see something different than the main tourist destinations, Mantova is the right choice. One weekend will be enough to see the city and enjoy the good italian food and culture. How to get […]

Biella is a small town in northern Italy , this place has a lot to offer and here you will find things and places that will satisfy the tastes of the most demanding people. Biella with its strategic position allows you to make a unique holiday. For those who want to spend moments of totally […]

1.Bari Bari is the capital of the Apulian region, to feel the real spirit of the city just take a walk in the old part of the town and get lost in the narrow streets. Watching how the people are living there, or smell the lunch that they prepare in their houses, or simply eat […]