Category: Italy

Naples and Pompei, Italy

After two wonderful days on the island, we were already on our way towards Naples and the best pizza in the world! After finding the place we booked via airbnb, we went to explore the […]

Isola d’Ischia – Itinerary

Me and a friend decided (quite spontaneously) to go to Italy for a few days in May. We found cheap flight to Naples and then explored what else we could see in the surroundings. After […]

Sardinia – Itinerary N°3

So we’ve come to the last part of the journey. This time we traveled along the west coastline and then explored the southern part of the island. We found an airbnb just outside Cagliari, so […]

Sardinia – Itinerary N°2

Our second part of Sardinian week was spent on the northern part of the island. We had some shorter day planed and I think this region might be my favorite part of Sardinia. Even now, […]

Sardinia – Itinerary N°1

Porto Frailis near Arbatax I think the Sardinia itinerary I promised to post about a year ago is long overdue, what do you say? Well, here it finally is! I do have another confession to […]

Christmas Destination: Milan and Verona

My second Christmas destinations are Milan and Verona in Italy. I decided to do them both in one post, because they are quite close together and you can visit them both over a short weekend […]

4 Days Around Verona – Itinerary

I decided to make an itinerary for y trip in June, although it was only a few days and we didn’t really visit so much (we had bigger plans, but then it was too hot […]

A Day Around Lago di Garda

This June, I went to Lago di Garda for a short break. We visited Treviso and Padua on our way there, and later we drove around Lago di Garda for a day and went to […]

Sicily – Itinerary part 3

This is the last post of my Sicily Week. Sardinia is coming up, but maybe first a short break to show some recent adventures.  After that I decided to share some more about practical aspects […]

Sicily – Itinerary part 2

Solero beach Sicily week continues. The next part of the journey we stayed in a small apartment in the town center of Comiso. We only stayed here for two days and were out almost all […]

Sicily – Itinerary part 1

I’ve been thinking about posting photos from my last big trip for a while now. I wanted to do a proper itinerary, because I planed it in and out and it would be a shame […]

Snaps from my Latest Travels

I’ve been super busy lately. I managed to prepare some material to post when I was traveling in Sicily and Sardegna, but after that I kind of run out of time and posts. Sorry for […]

The Countless Mountain Passes

Passo di Fedaia 2057 mPasso Pordoi 2239 m Passo Falzarego 2105 m Passo Valparola 2168 m During our journey we passed so many countless mountain passes that the views sort of started to melt together […]

Pozza di Fassa and Valle di Meida

Pozzo di Fassa was a village just about 10 minutes away from where we were staying. We made a stop on our way home one day and followed some road signs to Valle di Meida […]

Lago di Carezza

Again something we just happened to stumble upon and it was magnificent. The water is the most beautiful blue-green color and the view of mountain peaks is marvelous. A picture could never do this sight […]

Bolzano Area

After a short 1 hour drive we reached Bolzano. After the last tunnel you suddenly find yourself in completely different country. You get from 20something °C to about 35°C in matter of minutes and high […]

Lake Misurina and Tre Cime di Lavaredo

I make a rule that once when traveling I go out to lunch or dinner to try local cuisine. This time we had lunch at lake Misurina. We tryed home made spinach gnocchi with cream […]

Dolomites, Italy

I left for Dolomites on Thursday and spend there 4 great days. I am full of new memories and I have seen so much over such short amount of time. It were four days filled […]

Slovenian Pavilion Expo 2015

I visited Expo 2015 in Italy yesterday. We went there together with a group from Open House Slovenia and some people from Intra Lighting (a company who designed lights for the Slovenian pavilion). It started […]