It would be easy to spend several weeks in the Eternal City and still not experience all of the history, culture, and food this balmy capital city has to offer. With so much to see (and so few vacation days!), planning a trip can quickly become overwhelming. Here's how to see the wonders of Rome in 3 days!
In contrast to big European cities during the summer, this region of southern Italy has all the history of Rome along with the small-town breezy seaside charm of the Cinque Terre. (As many of us can attest, luring an eight-year-old through the Papal Apartments in Vatican City during an infernal August afternoon can make you never want to get on a plane with a child again.)
The Magnificent Mura: Wandering Through Medieval Charmer
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Sicily, the largest island in the Mediterranean, lies just off the coast of Italy’s boot. With a history that dates back almost 3,000 years, Sicily is full of rich culture, incredible cuisine and amazing architecture. If you are planning on taking a trip to Italy, we highly recommend a stop in Sicily. Below are our recommendations for your visit!