Cefalù was a beautiful coast side town, with a large sandy beach, apparently something rare in Sicily. The old town is really charming and the people was very kind. I definitely could stay a week in here just to enjoy the beach and walk around. What to see? -The Duomo, which is very beautiful, the… Continue reading Cefalù


I must admit I did not knew what to expect about Catania. There were so many blogs with bad reviews and experiences about this city and also the Sicilians were not giving positive comments from this city, then I was skeptical. At the very end I just can say that you should be careful, like… Continue reading Catania


The first city on the list was Siracusa. The main attraction here is the beautiful old downtown, Ortigia and the Neapolis Archaeological Park. I would give this city at least two full days to discover it. If you are moving with the train it would take you around 15 minutes walking distance to the entrance… Continue reading Siracusa

Sicily, the basics.

This 2020 I wasn't expecting to go so far away, but as travel between Europe was possible I decided to book a flight with a friend. My trip in Sicily  started in Palermo. If you are coming from the airport, you can easily reach Palermo with the train or the bus. For the busses, the… Continue reading Sicily, the basics.


The beautiful capital of Portugal is such a nice place for a small city trip. Tons of views points, beautiful sunsets an amazing food. 1. How to move: - From the airport to the city center you can move easily with the Metro. Tickets can be buy at the vent machines. - In the city… Continue reading Lisbon

Oporto (Porto)

The city along the "Duero River", with the blue and white tiles and amazing river views will definitely catch you. From the airport to Porto City: The airport is super well connected to the city by metro. It works till late night and you can just buy the tickets at the vending machines. Where to… Continue reading Oporto (Porto)

Portugal, the South

Portugal is very famous for its wavy beaches and nice sunsets. If you are coming by plane, Faro will be your entrance to the region. Moving around: The best option would be to rent a car because some of the main attractions are not easy to reach with public transportation. But the distance from Faro… Continue reading Portugal, the South

Where and what to eat in Rome?

Rome is full of flavors you can find in every corner something delicious.  Famous dishes are maritozzos,  pasta as Cacio e pepe, all'amatriciana and Arrabiata, fried food like suppli, zuccini flowers and artichokes, some pizza to-go or good cheese and ham at some salumeria.  You must know that they serve big portions, so be ready… Continue reading Where and what to eat in Rome?

What to see in Rome?

What to see in Rome? I would expend at least 3 days in Rome, if you can try to divide the city in some sections to avoid walking in circles it may be really helpful, in case you are staying longer then you can just walk and let Rome surprise you. If you want see… Continue reading What to see in Rome?

Heading up to Rome

Rome is for sure on the most visited cities in Italy and it is really charming, in every corner you can find a beautiful spot. In the next lines I'll give you some practical info before your trip. Roma from the airport? You can reach the city with taxi, bus and train. The last one… Continue reading Heading up to Rome