A day trip to the glass blowing centre of Europe – Murano. A small island a short Vaparetto ride from Venice which is well worth a visit to learn more about the historic tradition.
A long weekend in Venice exploring the canals, palaces, churches and food that this amazing historic city has to offer.
A day exploring the pretty town of Sorrento, including lemon groves, historic churches and beautiful marina views.
A guide to visiting the archaeological site of Herculaneum, destroyed by the volcanic eruption of Mount Vesuvius in AD79, like its sister town of Pompeii. Herculaneum is smaller, but beautifully preserved and perfect for a half day trip.
An authentic day on the Amalfi coast, away from the main tourist path – visiting Ravello, Minori and Maiori with amazing clifftop gardens and quaint streets to explore.
A day trip to visit two gems on the Amalfi Coast – Amalfi itself and beautiful Positano, home to jaw dropping clifftop towns and one of the most scenic places in Europe.
Do you want to discover the birth place of pizza? If so, then Naples might be a good pick for you. It’s busy and loud and not as polished as some other places in Italy, but it’s well worth a visit and there’s lots to do there. Read on to find out more.
Capri is a playground for the mega rich and famous. I am neither, but enjoyed 24 hours on the island exploring the rugged coastline and high end shops and restaurants pretending I was! Read on to find out more about Capri, Italy.
Have you ever been to an active volcano and looked in to the crater? You can do that at Vesuvius, the famous volcano which erupted and destroyed the Roman city of Pompeii. Hopefully this guide will help you plan your visit!