Visiting Pompeii, Italy and hiking Mount Vesuvius

Visiting Pompeii, Italy and hiking Mount Vesuvius

If you are traveling to Italy, visiting the city of Pompeii and hiking Mount Vesuvius are must-see locations. There are so many Italian cities with amazing history, but none have been preserved the way Pompeii has. We have some tips on how to get to Pompeii from Rome,...
Where to stay in Venice, Italy: Locanda Leon Bianco

Where to stay in Venice, Italy: Locanda Leon Bianco

Whether you use a travel agent, booking website, or airbnb, you will soon find that there are so many hotels and apartments available in Venice, and it can soon become overwhelming. Because of this, we wanted to share with you the one we experienced ourselves, because...
Visiting Castel Sant’Angelo in Rome, Italy

Visiting Castel Sant’Angelo in Rome, Italy

Castel Sant’Angelo is a must-see destination when visiting Rome, Italy — but it’s not just about the history or beautiful architecture. The castle showcases one of the most amazing views in Rome. Here are the reasons you should include the Castel St....
Will you need a visa to visit Europe? Not exactly.

Will you need a visa to visit Europe? Not exactly.

Back in 2017, the European Commission had voted to require a visa for United States citizens to visit the Schengen Zone in the EU. The parliament eventually decided not to go ahead with the rule, but now things are changing. United States citizens will be required to...
Climb to the top of St. Peter’s Basilica Dome

Climb to the top of St. Peter’s Basilica Dome

Visiting Vatican City can be an exciting, but overwhelming, experience. When visiting the home of the pope, you will want to see The Vatican Museums, the Sistine Chapel, and definitely St. Peter’s Basilica. But it’s not well known that you can actually...
What to wear to The Vatican: Dress Code rules [2024] you should know

Taking the Vatican Scavi tour: Visiting St. Peter’s tomb

The Vatican Scavi Tour, or a tour of the Vatican Necropolis, is one of the most exclusive tours in Rome, Italy, and maybe even in Europe! This is because they only let around 250 people in each day (compared with the more than 30,000 who visit the Vatican each day)....