Do you like fine chocolates, beer, fries and good food? Do you like museum-like medieval towns? Than look no further: go and visit Belgium.
If you’re in Rome, a trip to Vatican City is something you do not want to miss. Being such a popular attraction the queues outside to buy the tickets can be horrendous.
So my strong advice to anyone:
Do not go to the museum unless you have booked a ticket!! You will be waiting forever!
Being a foodie and all, before any trip I spend hours if not days scouring the internet trying to select and put together a list with the restaurants or dishes I would like to try in that specific area.
In this case, I added to the list recommendations from local friends or people we met, and of course some personal opinions. By the way, if you have time (we didn’t) I understand that a food tour is a must in Rome.
If you want to describe Rome you are never short of adjectives: beautiful, historical, mysterious, delightful, vibrant…..Did I mention beautiful?
No wonder the old roman saying: “All roads lead to Rome” still have a meaning today.
The Eternal City, Italy’s capital, the soul of the ancient world, is definitely one of the most visited cities in the world and tops the bucket lists of many travelers. With so many historic sites (it is practically an open air museum), ruins, monuments, open-air markets, fountains, museums, pizza places and coffee shops, you could spend weeks exploring this wonderful city. But of course, time is something not everyone can afford, so here is how you can make the most of a weekend in Rome if you’re planning carefully.
When you say Italy you say three things: pizza, pasta and coffee.
Since you’re in Rome, sooner or later you will come to visit the Pantheon, one of the best free attractions in Rome, and just around the corner you’ll find the emporium to coffee, Tazza d’Oro.
It was Easter and since we have a direct flight from Copenhagen to Pisa, what a better way to spend the holiday than to go to Tuscany for 6 days.
This part of Europe is stunning; you have the wooded mountains in the north Tuscany and the rolling hills covered with vineyards, endless olive groves and cypress trees in the south, considered by many a typical Tuscan scene. Wherever you decide to go, I’m sure you won’t be disappointed.