The italo Club Executive Class might be the most comfortable way to travel by train in Italy. In this review, I’ll explain what you can expect of the premium experience! italo is the name of a private Italian train operator, offering service on various routes in Italy. The trains are ultra-modern and offer four classes of service: Smart, Comfort, Prima and Club Executive. Each level offers certain additional benefits with Executive Class… Read More
Ventimiglia is an Italian city bordering France. Located on the Gulf of Genoa, right next to the Côte d’Azur, the city doesn’t only come with a very nice location, but is beautiful itself. Read why in this extensive city guide! When visiting Nice, Cannes and Menton, we decided to also do a day trip to Venitmiglia. The city can be reached by train from the Côte d’Azur quite easily and is a… Read More
Trieste is an often overlooked city in Italy, which comes with a very charming city center, an old castle and much more. The location of Trieste very close to the Slovenian border and right by the sea, makes it an amazing destination for tourists. In this City Guide, I’ll explain what you need to see when visiting Trieste! I’ve been to quite a few cities in Italy, including Rome, Venice, Milan, Bologna… Read More
Running in Verona is a great experience. As the river goes around the city center, you can run on a beautiful promenade for a couple of kilometers. Follow my running experience and follow up by running in Verona yourself! You can find more content about Verona on our city page! When I went running in Verona, I was really blessed with the weather. It was not only sunny, but also comfortably warm,… Read More
Verona is known for Romeo & Juliet and the Arena, but the city has way more to offer than just that. In this city guide I’ll help you get an idea of the city and all the places you should definitely see when visiting! You can find more content about Verona on our city page! Verona has not only lots of history, but most of the impressive historic buildings in Verona are… Read More
For Anna’s birthday, we flew over to Milan. The city is incredibly crowded by tourists these days, but still worth a visit. There are tons of architecturally interesting buildings, great food and much more. As usual, we’ll follow up with an extensive city review!
New journey is about to begin. Bologna was the first city on our way, yet just a short stopover. The few hours we spent strolling around in the city were very sunny and we had a great time in the historical city!
Venice is a unique city in many regards. It is nowhere so easy to get totally lost – lost in admiring the stunning architecture, lost when strolling through the city on water, lost when seeing these cliché-gondolas and especially literally lost in Venice’s alleys. Venice definitely is special and here’s our city review! Find more content about Venice on our city page! Honestly, I don’t quite know where to start when it… Read More
Venice is a city without cars or actual streets. In Venice, you get from A to B via boat and the streets are canals. There are some bridges as well, but strolling through the very small alleys really is something unique! All about our experiences and thus recommendations will be published in a few weeks when we have explored a little more.
A general manager who welcomes you personally and a generous upgrade to a Junior Suite makes us be surprised in a very positive way! Luna Hotel Baglioni in Venice is our hotel for this night. As the building itself dates back to the 12th century, the classic style shouldn’t surprise anyone! We’ll release our extensive review of the stunning property in a few weeks!