Italy, Europe Travel Tours & Trips
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Countries visited: Austria, Belgium, Czech Republic, France, GermanyEurope’s made up of 48 countries and each one is as radically different (and as radically awesome) as the last. This trip ticks off 11, leaving 37 for you to get to at a later date – something we fully...Countries visited: Austria, Czech Republic, Germany, Hungary, ItalyApparently pretzels were invented by German monks, which immediately makes German monks our favourite kind of monks. They were given out as a treat to kids who learned...Countries visited: Austria, Czech Republic, Germany, Hungary, ItalyBerlin’s like an old war veteran who experienced something of an epiphany late in life, and decided to enjoy himself every which way imaginable. Drink up the humbling...Countries visited: ItalyIn ancient Rome, phalluses were thought of as good luck. They were worn as jewellery or hung up as wind chimes. We’ll stick to the four-leafed clover, thanks (walking...Countries visited: ItalyAmalfi is named after the bloke who founded the town. Some guys came up to him afterwards and said, 'Who are you?' (in Italian, of course). And he said 'I...
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Why we love Italy
The first rule of sailing club: don't rock the boat (literally or metaphorically). The second rule of sailing club: don't talk about sailing club. Just kidding, you can talk about it as much as you like. In fact, you should talk about it over some delicious seafood in Procida.
Cinque Terre Wandering through the villages of the Cinque Terre is like wandering through a life-size packet of crayons (if the crayons were shaped like houses and if the packet was perched on the Mediterreanean coast. And if Italian people were living in it). You're going to love it. Capri
This is where the beautiful people come to flaunt their beautifulness. Grab a pair of oversized sunnies, pop on your capri pants (it's the done thing, daaahlink) and pretend you're one of them. Unless you're on a JLo-sized budget, window shop along Via Camerelle before actually shopping on Via G. Orlandi and Via Capodimonte.
Describing Naples with the words "boasting a heritage-listed historical centre and Archeological Museum" is like describing Glastonbury as "an outdoor picnic with live music". Guide books are the worst. Grab a pizza the action (sorry, couldn't resist) at our favourite spots, the legendary Da Michele on Via Sersale or L’Europeo dei Mattozzi on Via Marchese Campodisol.
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