From the wooden interiors of a retro tram to the modern self-driving metro line 5 here’s all you need to know about public transport in Milan.
Some useful tips for your visit in Rome: where to sleep where to eat, how to move around and how to save money!
My suggestion for a trip of 7 days in Rome, touching the basics but also exploring the city off the beaten track, including a couple of day trips to the seaside and to the charming hills, a paradise of peace and food.
Venice is such a romantic place that most of the time we forget that to allow so many people to visit it we are destroying it.
Flat and small, Milan is the perfect city for cycling. Or it would be, if it wasn’t for those pebbled road. But now with the bike sharing scheme and new cycling lanes moving across Milan is a breeze
Mercato Metropolitano is the best expression of the spirit Milan: cool and trendy, strongly Italian but fully European. And mostly focused on food. If you’re visiting Expo2015 you can’t miss this.
For some reason the most stunning areas are the least visited… or maybe that’s the reason? Gargano, the spur-like peninsula on top of the Italy’s spur is absolutely stunning: the sea, the woods, the food, the people. Are you not convinced yet?
Come here to enjoy a hearty meal in a traditional “osteria”, then have a go at the rides and roller-coasters of this incredible amusement park.
Milan is famous for its cocktail culture, but where to get the best cocktails? And how to move around safely and quickly without losing the driving licence? Well the answer is pretty easy…
A bizarre and tacky project of the economic boom, from the Italian Las Vegas to a ghost town, covered in rubble and overgrown vegetations. What happened to Consonno?