Rimini in Italy is one of my favorite resorts of all times. The water is warm and clear, sandy beaches are wide and shallow with lots of seashells. You can walk for miles and enjoy the views. Of course, there is also fantastic Italian cuisine and hospitality. Rimini is a great base for many reasons – you can visit Venice, Ravenna, Bologna, Florence and of course – San Marino.
Last city on our awesome Italy itinerary after Florence was magnificent Milan Italy – capital of fashion! Our hotel was conveniently located right next to train station. After a long sleep and packing all our bags for return flight, we still had few hours to explore a bit of Milan. So here it is – quick guide to Milan’s best attractions and things to do in Milan in one day.
Visiting Cinque Terre was high on my list, because I heard so much about this place. As much as I loved spending time in Florence, getting out of town and exploring the seaside was just too irresistible. Turned out, Cinque Terre day trip from Florence is totally doable and easy day trip with awesome public transport opportunities and the experience was just unforgettable!
Spending only few hours in Rome Italy is hardly enough to see the best Rome attractions. However, if you only have this much time, there is still a way to make the most out of Rome points of interest. If nothing else, consider visiting the famous Vatican museum. Welcome to the best walking itinerary for a quick run through best eternal city.
Welcome to my Italy series! As our trip is coming closer each day, I decided to share some tips and advice how to plan a perfect Italy itinerary for your one week visit. Don’t get me wrong – Italy is so amazing, you could spend years exploring it. There is no best way to see Italy in a week, it just wouldn’t cover even most basic attractions! However, if you plan your time wisely, you could still get the most out of a one week Italy itinerary. This is how we are going to do this.