What to Wear in Rome

I love visiting Italy in the spring time, especially Rome. With the trees in bloom and new growth starting to pop out, it is a great time to explore without the summer heat (see my Rome travel guide for some fun ideas in the city)! However, packing for this time of year can be challenging as mornings are a bit cool and during the day it warms up. To help with this, I try to…

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Rome Travel Guide

No trip to Italy is complete without a stop in Rome. Full of stunning architecture that has withstood centuries, fabulous squares with decadent fountains, and amazing art from the masters, Rome is iconic. It blends ancient Roman Empire history with modern day culture for an amazing experience. This ultimate Rome travel guide helps outline where to stay, how to get to the city, & what to do in the city … Where to Stay Like…

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Bucket List Adventures | Driving through the Tuscan Hills

While we were visiting Florence, we decided to take a day trip through the Tuscan hills in Italy. We wanted to explore the medieval countryside, enjoy local Chianti wine, & visit medieval Siena. After our full day of exploring Florence (see here for Part 1 & Part 2), the Tuscan Hills were a great escape to enjoy the views of the surrounding towns. We woke up early to head out & rented a car near…

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24 hour Travel | Florence, Italy (Part 2)

Florence was the birthplace of the Renaissance and the city is always sprawling with intellectual and architectural marvels. Every time I visit, I leave the city inspired and enlightened. Like most trips, we spent 24 hours in Florence Italy. Given this short amount of time, we were able to make the most of all the things Florence has to offer! 24 Hours in Florence Italy We took the train from Venice (If you missed my…

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24 hour Travel | Florence, Italy (Part 1)

Like most people, Florence was on my list as soon as we started planning to go to Italy! It was the birthplace of the Renaissance and the city is always sprawling with intellectual and architectural marvels. Like most trips, we spent 24 hours in Florence. Given this short amount of time, we were able to make the most of all the things Florence has to offer! We took the train from Venice (If you missed…

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