Crowds at the Colosseum, a huge queue to St. Peter’s Basilica, thousands of tourists on the Palatine Hill… Tired of being constantly pushed by other people all day long, we asked ourselves: how to feel the real atmosphere of this city? Is it even possible in a place which seems to be one big tourist attraction? Visiting Rome doesn’t have to look like this. If you would like to feel the real Italian atmosphere rather than “giving high fives” to monuments, we have something for you. A walk between the Roman fountains will help you discover many gems and surprising views of the Italian capital. It will be a moment of rest after crowds of visitors in the most famous sights.
Does anyone hate pizza? Please, I don’t believe that such a person exists 🙂 Thin, crisp crust, basil aroma and stretching cheese (more cheese, more cheese!)… We all know this very well. But how to achieve this delicious effect? I am gonna tell you 7 secrets that will help you to prepare the best Italian pizza! Say no to deep-frozen junk pizza from supermarket!
Buongiorno! The mankind has achieved so much throughout the centuries – found the wheel, invented writing, posted pictures of funny cats on the Internet, but first of all – created Italian cuisine! 🙂 Mozzarella di Bufala Campana, Grana Padano, Parmigiano Reggiano, Prosciutto Crudo, pizza, lasagna, spaghetti, tiramisu, and finally limoncello and grappa… Who doesn’t like Italian goodies? To get to know more about them, we decided to go shopping on the local market in Rome accompanied by experts – Walks of Italy! Nothing better than starting your day with a food tour in Rome!
Milan is the perfect place for a relaxing weekend. The number of monuments is not overwhelming, so you can feel the atmosphere of this Italian city within two days with no rush. You will also have some time left for visiting (at least window-shopping!) shops of most famous Milan-born designers – Prada or Dolce & Gabbana – all in all, Milan is the fashion capital of the world! After exhausting shopping, there is nothing better than relaxing with a drink (or three 😉 in your hand. So where should you head to experience the Milan nightlife?