I had the idea that I would post a guide on how to spend a few days in the megacity that is Rome, then I had a epiphany during my Google search…
Two days in Rome is one of the most over-saturated travel blog posts ever, so instead of regurgitating what is already out there for all to see, I’m going to share with you what I liked and didn’t like about my visit to Rome this past May.
But if you are interested in how to make the most of your two days in Rome, you’ll find links to my favourite guides at the end of this post.
The first thing I learned about Sardinia is just how big the island actually is.
If you’re like me, when you think of an island, you might imagine an area that is small – this in no way describes Sardinia. This place is huge! With approximately 2,000km of coastline and the drive from north to south taking hours, you’d need much longer than two weeks to really explore and get a feel for all the island has to offer. View Post
It would take a lifetime to see and experience all that Italy has to offer. From the north to the south, the coastline to the interior, from the prehistoric Nuraghic ruins to the Roman empire, Italy is a traveller’s dream.
That being said, after my second visit to Italy, it is no surprise I am already looking forward to my next trip. Hopefully, the stars align at some point in life and I will have another chance to experience the beauty, diversity, and history that is this amazing country.
Home to the world’s oldest university and famous for its Tortellini, the city of Bologna, Italy has a great deal to offer travellers looking for an Italian experience off the well-travelled path of Venice, Florence, or Rome. But after spending a week in the vibrant city, it is safe to say, that Bologna is “the” city for food lovers.
With a nickname like La Grassa, meaning the Fat One, it’s no wonder I left the city a few pounds heavier and in awe of the culinary experience that is Bologna.