Europe has so many amazing destinations that it can be hard to settle on just one. That’s why going on a European cruise is such a great idea.
Tuscany is a wonderful region, rich in art, medieval and Renaissance history, culinary traditions as well as panoramic views.
The Roman Forum is a rectangular forum which is surrounded by the ruins of several ancient buildings, temple ruins, arches, and marble fragments.
The Vatican Museums are the public museums of the Vatican City with an immense collection of art which has been collected by the popes.
Located in the centre of the city, east of the Roman Forum, it is the largest ancient amphitheatre ever built and is still the largest in the world today.
The The Navigli district in Milan is home to the Naviglio Grande and Naviglio Pavese canals. The Grande canal has been in existence since 1179.
In the centre of Milan, you can find Italy’s oldest and most spectacular shopping gallery. Named after the first king of the Kingdom of Italy.
The Duomo, or Cathedral of Milan, is the number one place for tourists to visit. The monumental building amazes with its unbelievable architecture.
Amalfi is a small town in the south of Italy. It is no stranger to numerous photoshoots and features as one of the top holiday destinations in the world.
Pianosa is located in sparkling Tyrrhenian waters off Tuscany and is one of the smallest islands in the Tuscan archipelago.