Our Travel Guide to Northern Italy 2020


Rome – The home of the Pope

When in Rome, do as the Romans do. Visit historical treasures, lob a coin in the Trevi Fountain, find a café, or visit the Vatican City to see the vast cultural gems Italy holds.

Rome presents a great photo opportunity, especially early in the morning and the cafés and restaurants are famous for their first-class cuisines. If you like hanging out with people, you’d be delighted to know that the public is extremely cooperative and staff is always ready to greet tourists with their hospitality.

However, where Rome lacks is its public transport system. It isn’t as efficient or even as safe. There are a large number of many tourists in the capital city, making it a fuss for introverts.


Must-Do Things

  1. Visit the Coliseum at night – try to go on a full-moon to see the historical marvel in all its glory
  2. Go crazy about food – try everything
  3. Visit the Vatican City
  4. Visit the water gardens (Villa d’Este)
  5. Visit the Capuchin Crypt


Florence – Home of the Renaissance

Revered as one of the most beautiful cities of the world, Florence stands ready to show off its small mountain range, clear beaches, and lush greenery, all topped off with renaissance architecture. Its beauty instills romance in all, especially couples. The food – especially the pizzas, pasta, and baked goods – are exceptional, making saving up on carbs much more difficult.

However, if you want to enjoy Florence properly, it might require more than one trip since it has a lot to offer.. There are a lot of people and haphazard traffic. Some Florentines might not take too kindly to tourists, but the staff and public servants couldn’t be more helpful.



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