Tag: Italy

How To Skip The Lines In Rome & Vatican City

We’ve recently visited Rome for the first time. Though we chose what we thought to be the low-season for tourists (February), we had to face the fact that a world-famous city like Rome doesn’t really have a low-season. So we decided that there are enough guides about what to see in Rome (and you might…
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6 European Cities To Visit In Autumn

Europe offers an incredible amount of stunning cities and most of them are quite enjoyable in every season. But… of course, there’s a but. Our favorite time for sightseeing in Europe is spring and autumn. The reason? Summer is hot and crowded, winter is cold and grey. Spring and autumn are just perfect both in…
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Finding Naboo At Lake Como

It was a dark, cold, cloudy morning. As we walked along the narrow streets of Como towards the ferry port it started raining. We bought our tickets to Lenno and then found shelter until the ferry’s departure. Later as we were gazing out of the ferry cabin in the pouring rain the landscape somehow reminded…
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Architecture Highlights: Milan Cathedral, Italy

We’ve became interested in architecture after we started travelling. And though we are quite novice in the topic we’ve learned mostly everything we know about architecture during our travels. Our enthusiasm made us start this blog post series so that we can share more about all the wonderful pieces of architecture we’ve encountered on our…
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Architecture Highlights: The Vertical Forest Of Milan

We’ve started this series to tell you a bit more about our favorite pieces of architecture from all over the world. And though we realized we write new pieces of this never-ending series less often than we planned to (so many things going on! – and it’s actually a good thing) we definitely want to…
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How We’ve Fallen In Love With Milan In 12 Steps

We haven’t planned to visit Italy last year. Even if we would it would have been Rome or Venice first. But we ended up staying in Milan for a spontaneous long weekend. Because last October we wanted to spend a couple of days (whatever remaining holidays we had for the year, actually, and that was…
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