Italy is a beautiful country known for its rich cultural heritage, stunning landscapes, iconic architecture, and delicious cuisine.


Located in southern Europe, Italy is home to some of the world’s most famous landmarks, including the Colosseum, the Leaning Tower of Pisa, the Pantheon, and the Vatican City.


The country is also famous for its vibrant cities, such as Rome, Florence, and Venice, which are renowned for their art, history, and beautiful architecture.


Whether you are interested in exploring ancient ruins, enjoying the Mediterranean Sea, or simply relaxing in a charming village. 

Discover Italy's Heritage and Flavor

Italy is a country with a rich heritage and flavorful cuisine that attracts millions of visitors each year. From the ancient ruins of Pompeii to the stunning art of Florence and Rome, it offers a glimpse into an extraordinary past.

Sample the delectable cuisine, from pizza Margherita, pasta carbonara, and fresh seafood to rich, creamy gelato, and sip on a glass of wine from one of the renowned vineyards.

With so much to see and experience, you’ll never be short of things to do or sights to marvel at.

Things To Remember

*How to get to Italy?

You’ll be flying into Italy Airport.

From the airport, we took the bus to Center Rome, (at the train station), it took a good 45-60 minutes to destination. We arrive at our first overnight stay, a small walking distance from the metro station.

*How to get around?

If you want to explore and discover as many hidden alleys and special places as possible, then walking is the best option. Wear good shoes


*When is the best time to travel to Italy

For us, Off-season is always the best, but lately, planes are always full !!

*Book your hotel somewhere central.

I am not putting the price of the hotel or B&B etc. because it will change due to the season. But the prices were really reasonable.

****If you can buy your tickets online, before leaving home. For the Vatican, we order our places without paying( if you show up, then you pay for your tickets)

****Depending on where you are in the city, make sure to find out the time the metro will close.

From where we were all the station stairs were closed, taxi here we come!!


****For your taste bud, lots of pastries and don’t forget that their “Hot chocolate” is really tick. Not like at home !!


 Etias –European Travel Information and Authorization System starting this fall.

Good To Know

Language: The main language spoken is Italian. Some will speak English (don’t hold your breath !!)

Currency: The official currency is the Euro (EUR).

Credit Cards & ATMs: You shouldn’t have any trouble using your credit card when visiting Italy. However, keep in mind that many people prefer cash when it comes to small purchases. ATMs in all the cities and towns, and you’ll usually find them near gas stations, shopping centers, and bus and train stations.

Plugs: The power plugs we use was type E, the standard voltage is 230 V, and the standard frequency is 50 Hz. 

Safety: Overall, this is a safe country to visit. Pick Pocket does exist though so don’t carry too much cash and keep an eye on your bags. I always have my Travelon bag with closures.

**The Weather biggest thing to take into consideration when planning a trip to Italy is the weather.

End Of March/April, the weather stays between 15-22.

**Getting Around: We cross the beautiful countryside by car, with many high-speed routes. The roads are not all straight, if the map says it will take one hour, sorry but with the road in zig zag, it will take you 2-3 hours.


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