So you’ve chosen Milan. It’s happening, you’ve got your flight tickets, your bags, you’re arriving in the Milan Malpensa Airport. What then, though? How do you get to the centre? Is there a train or a shuttle bus you can take? Perhaps a taxi? Fret not, for we’ll go over all of that today.
If you want to spice up your holidays and include two powerhouses in Lombardy, or you just need to get from one to the other for whatever other reason, a train is certainly a convenient option. Today, we’ll take a look at how much such a convenience will cost you. Let’s take a look.
When looking at photos from Tuscany, we got quite jealous of the beautiful lavender fields that the locals can gaze at and make pictures of daily. Though Lavender fields are mainly known from France, Provence specifically, you can also find beautiful purple meadows in Tuscany. If you, too, would like to see them in their full glory, then we’ll look at when the local lavender typically blooms.
Apart from having a very comparable word structure and sounding very similar in certain languages, Scylla and Sicily are also actually connected. First, though, who or what is Scylla? What does it have to do with Sicily? Let’s find out.
Matera is a wonderful city to visit in Italy and you can easily combine it with a trip to Bari. But how do you do that? Is there a train connection or a bus from Bari to Madeira? Don’t worry, we’ll guide you through it.
Venice is a powerhouse of tourism in Italy, with the peak season attracting over 100,000 daytrippers a day. This, however, has driven Venice into a state of overtourism, which has been impacting the city greatly, often in negative ways. To combat this, the authorities of Venice are introducing an entry fee to the city, starting in spring of 2024. Why? How much is the entry fee to Venice? Where does that money go? We’ll go over all the details today.
Palermo is the capital of Sicily and the largest city on the island. As such, you may be wondering how many days you’re going to need to explore the city thoroughly. Can you get away with one day in Palermo? We’ll answer that today.
The Rome Ciampino Airport is very close to the centre of Italy’s capital, about 9 miles. Still, you’re not going to walk that, so how are you going to get to the centre from the airport? We’ll help you with that today.
Are you thinking of finally visiting Rome but you’re not sure how long of a stay you’ll need? Rome is a massive city and even the list of the most mainstream attractions is quite lengthy here. Don’t worry, though, as we’ll cover exactly that today. How many days do you need in Rome?