Most famous for Venetian glass, Murano has all the charms of Venice with way fewer crowds! Here’s a few tips on the best way to see the island.
Venice without tourists has even more magic. Here’s an inside look at what the city felt like just after quarantine! After 10 weeks of strict lockdown and a further three weeks of only traveling in our city or region (depending on regional requirements), we were permitted to travel anywhere in the country. During that first… Read More Venice Without Tourists
Grotte del Caglieron is a tiny series of caves tucked into the foothills of the Dolomites, and an underrated spot to explore in an afternoon!
With so many vineyards dotted throughout Prosecco Road, it can be hard to choose where to go. These are my favorites and all worth a visit!
Moving abroad is a fun, crazy, and hard experience. Here’s how we’re adjusting to Italy so far!
No trip to Prosecco Road is complete without a visit to the prosecco vending machine! While it’s not on any map, I’m sharing how to find it and what to know before you go.
Living as an expat means I’m constantly noticing cultural differences between the United States and Italy! Here are a few I’ve noticed so far.