What to wear in Autumn in Italy – With tips from a local

  Autumn (together with Spring) is one of the best seasons if you want to visit Italy. The huge crowds of tourists are mostly gone after the high peak season, the weather is still good with the occasional rain and the weather is less warm, especially in the South of …

Ultimate Amalfi Coast road trip

Writing about places we hold dear is never easy. I have left a piece of my heart to the Amalfi Coast so you’ll surely understand why I found it very hard to finish this article! Paradoxically I discovered the Amalfi Coast thanks to my husband, Aldo. Always passionate about this …

22 things to see and eat in Florence

    Florence is one of the most popular Italian destinations. An extremely interesting city, rich in atmosphere, it’s considered by the whole world as one of the most romantic places in Italy. Let me tell you what in my opinion are the 22 things to see and eat in …

12 things to eat in Naples like a local

Welcome to Naples, city of art, sea, culture… and good food. If you already spent the day exploring the city with my self guided tour, then you’re probably very hungry. Let me walk you through the best things to eat in Naples, the dishes that you should never, ever skip …

Puglia: Italy off the beaten track

  Birthday parties aren’t my thing. That’s the main reason why every year I choose to leave for a trip, rather than having to deal with cake and candles.. This year for my birthday we decided to explore a part of Italy off the beaten track: Puglia. Or better, the …

Small Towns in Italy: Palazzuolo Sul Senio

Palazzuolo Sul Senio is a small town in Italy, located about 45 km North of Florence, Tuscany. Aside from a few photos and videos found online, there is not much information about it and I had no idea what to expect. If on one hand the idea of ​​crossing the …

Guide to Pompeii: The city frozen in time

Pompeii is a Roman city preserved in its entirety as if its inhabitants had just left fifteen minutes ago. (Chateaubriand 1804) The first thing I’ve been said when I was visiting Pompeii with the group of journalists who was with me on board the Norwegian Epic was “I had no …

A local’s guide | One day in Naples

Naples is the third largest city in Italy, as well as the place I call home. My marvelous city is also a very popular stop for cruise ships, since the most important cruise liners dock at Naples’ port. I experienced Naples as a tourist even if I already know it …

The Gustav Line on horseback in Italy

Once upon a time, there was a long, winding road from Ortona to Gaeta, in Italy, that was used during World War II by the English and American armies. General Patton started his march in Italy from Sicily, heading North, and it took him 5 months to get a good …

A taste of Naples: ristorante Capo Blu

  Campania is a land of sun, sea and culture, that since antiquity has always stood out for an extensive and variegated culinary heritage. Us Neapolitans are passionated and opinionated when it comes to our roots and our food. Greeks and Romans used fine olive oil for their dishes and …