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Embarking on a Bubbly Adventure: Prosecco Road Unveiled

Picture this: rolling hills adorned with vineyards as far as the eye can see, medieval towns steeped in history, and the crisp, effervescent notes of Prosecco filling the air.   Last year, we embarked on an unforgettable adventure to explore the enchanting Strada di Prosecco, also known as Prosecco Road. This 4-day road trip through […]

Living in Tuscany

“The Tuscan countryside whizzed by in a kaleidoscopic whirl of shapes and colors. Green grass and trees melded with blue sky, purple and yellow wildflowers, peachy-orange villas, brown-and-grey farmhouses, and the occasional red-and-white Autogrill, Italy’s (delicious) answer to fast food.” ― Jenny Nelson, Georgia’s Kitchen It seems surreal, but we’ve made it happen – we’ve […]

Travelling with your dog in Italy

We are starting this year with some positive vibes and travel recommendations.   We love to travel with our miniature dachshund Cesar as happy dog owners. He has been travelling  with us, all over Europe, but Italy always felt like the best choice, as it is a super dog-friendly country. You can easily find dog-friendly […]

Raising your vibrations while travelling.

“Everything in life is vibration.” –Albert Einstein The more we travel, the more we take it for granted. Covid made us aware that nothing is sure, travel plans change, and freedom of travel can finish. When travel was so accessible, we forgot that it was still a privilege, and we should be grateful for each […]

Our September Walk in Rome

We are back in blogging, and it’s time for our September post. We have chosen to share a fabulous walk we did while in Rome in the first week of September. The starting point was the Montesacro neighbourhood – we stayed at Best Western Ars Hotel. We had a great breakfast in the hotel, but […]

Solo travel in Italy

“Loving life is easy when you are abroad. Where no one knows you and you hold your life in your hands all alone, you are more master of yourself than at any other time.” – Hannah Arendt If you are thinking about a solo trip, but you are not yet convinced, explore with us what […]

Walking and hiking in Italy (part 2)

We are back to bring you some more inspirational walks and hikes in Italy, this time in the southern part of the country. Andiamo! CALABRIAN WALK We start in sunny Calabria, in Rocca Imperiale and follow the Cammino Basiliano (Way of St Basil). The route finishes up in Reggio Calabria and is divided into 73 […]

Walking in Italy (part 1)

Walking in Italy (part 1) Walking wasn’t my favourite activity when I was younger. We had the family Sunday walks every week, but that’s about that. Getting older and feeling the need to see the world and other cultures drew me to the conclusion that walking is the best way to discover the place. I […]

Journey through Italian Hot Springs

Journey through Italian Hot Springs   ‘’If you do your research on hot springs all over the world, they’re usually places of peace. People, even in warring nations and so forth, they’ll go and live in peace together around the hot springs, which were always considered medicinal. I firmly believe in water therapy.’’ Larry Hagman […]

Yoga vacation in Italy

Last year was tough on all of us. It left a feeling of uncertainty and worry. While searching for some relief and peace of mind, I started a regular yoga practice. I had previously done yoga, but never on a daily basis, it was more an irregular activity. With the lockdown and not being able […]