Day 2 If you are looking for day 1 of the “Rome in 2 days” itinerary, please click here. Colosseum Start your second day bright and early by heading to the most ancient part of Rome, called Roma Antica, home to the city’s most famous landmark: the Colosseum. If you want to visit it, do so, although I find it more interesting and impressive from the outside! The Colosseum is more than 2000 years old…

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Rome is huge and beautiful, filled with art and history, and planning a trip there can be quite overwhelming, especially if you don’t have a lot of time to spend there. Ideally, you would need at least a week to see all the city has to offer (and then again, a week might not be enough), but we can’t always pick how many vacation days we get – so why not make the best out…

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Confused about where to eat in Rome? Just like every other Italian town, Rome has a wonderful regional cuisine to offer with traditional dishes that dreams are made of: just think about delectable pastas such as amatriciana, carbonara, cacio e pepe and gricia, then continue with meat specialties such as braised oxtail or abbacchio, and finish with ricotta-based desserts… I mean, what’s not to love? Of course, as it often happens with large cities, finding…

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Looking for Middle Eastern fare in Milano? As crazy as it may sound, there isn’t a ton of options when it comes to a place to enjoy a good kebab and some falafel, so imagine my glee and joy when I found out about Nun. Opened back in 2014 right behind Porta Venezia – one of my favorite neighborhoods when it comes to ethnic restaurants – Nun is the love child of 8 friends who…

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Imagine a beautiful seaside town, big enough to be exciting, yet small enough to feel cozy. Imagine friendly locals, children playing in the narrow alleys, and the sweet smell of freshly baked brioches wafting through your window in the morning. Imagine a crystal clear sea, blue skies, and patches of colorful flowers hanging from the windows and balconies. Siracusa, Sicily’s fourth biggest city, is all this and much, much more: a true gem overlooking the…

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