City Guides

From the fabled canals to the maze-like streets, visiting Venice is like stepping out of this world and into another. The charming city is historic, familiar, and yet still somehow conveys an air of mystery to those who visit. While all of Italy rings out with unmatched atmosphere, if the country’s passion and mystique had […]

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Lots of backpackers overlook the charming little city of Bologna in favor of the big-name cities like Rome, Florence and Venice. But it’s a big mistake. From its great food, to its attractive old streets and its wonderfully relaxed feel, Bologna showcases much of what makes Italy so attractive. Budget accommodation options in the city […]

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Sleek, cosmopolitan and progressive – Milan is Italy’s fashion and financial capital and is truly representative of everything that is modern in this ancient country. At first glance, Milan might appear to be like any other metropolis with its tall buildings, posh emporiums and a smattering of architectural attractions that herald its historical past. But […]

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Rome is one of the world’s great cities, but it is easy to visit and not have the best time thanks to the overpriced and overcrowded tourist attractions. Our guide to What NOT to Do in Rome will allow you to steer clear of the downsides and enjoy La Dolce Vita. Don’t get ripped off […]

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Tourists and locals enjoy Paris by the Eiffel Tower – Photo: Gabriel Villena With over 28 million visitors each year, Paris is without a doubt one of the most exciting cities in the world and a destination that you certainly don’t want to miss on your trip to Europe. So, whether you are taking a […]

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