Milan for us: this modern and lively city, known as "fashion capital" is worth a visit. The Duomo is the symbol of this northern Italy city. We like to do some shopping, meet locals at the Navigli, have dinner in a fusion restaurant, and end the night with some entertaining concert or show.
Venice for us: Reaching Venice by plane is spectacular! The view over the lagoon will leave you speechless. This city surrounded by water is a romantic and unique destination. Discover all the lanes by food, or on a gondola...What about learning how to row on a Gondola yourself?
Verona for us: We will book you a hotel with views over the famous Arena in Verona; imagine yourself with a glass of local Amarone wine, looking inside the largest open-air lyric theater. During the day, a stop at Juliet's balcony is a must for romance seekers.
Le cinque terre for us: this cluster of five picturesque villages hidden between the sea and the mountains, offer amazing picturesque views. Ideal for couples or small groups, this region offers nice hiking trails, lovely restaurants and artisan shops. The beaches are cozy, and the water is extremely clean. We suggest to avoid crowded months, especially when travelling with children.
Florence for us: Florence is probably one of the most historical cities in the world On foot, you can visit most of the multiple historical and cultural sites (Florence has plenty to see!), the architecture of the city incredible. The Ponte Vecchio Bridge is only one among endless places to visit in Florence. Our favorite views are from Piazza San Michelangelo and from the top of Florence Dome. We suggest you staying in Florence for at least two days.
Siena for us: how impressive was it for us to listen to the strong link which still exists between the inhabitants of this small tuscan village and its medieval past. The Palio di Siena, a horse race taking place in summer, is the most important day of the year. When visiting Siena we highly suggest you to have a local guide to find out more about how the different district of the city are historical rivals.
Pisa for us: this small city in Tuscany, known worldwide for its leaning tower, you can climb up to the top! The city can be easily visited on foot, don't miss the cecina, typical gluten-free bread made with chickpea flour. This is ideal for a one day stop.