Don’t Miss Out
You want to explore Italy, but aren’t too sure where to go? Don’t worry, we’re here to guide you through and give you a few ideas to ease the process (and some great photo opportunities)!
Known for its fashion and design, Milan is an amazing place to explore, adventure and grab some great inspiration! Visit one of the largest cathedrals in the world; The Milan Cathedral. Make sure to bring your camera because you won’t want to miss out on this iconic photo opportunity. Galleria Vittorio Emanuele… You HAVE to take a trip to this stylish shopping centre. The shops are an added bonus but the architecture is outstanding (so make sure you bring a seat…). Speaking of sitting down, there are many places to eat and relax in there, places where you can just take a bite of your sandwich and appreciate everything that’s going on around you. Don’t miss out on this great opportunity, again…bring that camera!
Full of stunning architecture to rest your adventurous eyes on, Florence is a great place for a short get away. Again, I would probably make sure I’ve got my camera pretty close to me, probably on continuous shots so I wouldn’t miss anything… But that’s just me. Whilst you’re there you’ll see a HUGE well-built dome which sticks out like an amazing sore thumb. The Duomo / The Cattedrale di Santa Maria del Fiore is the main church in Florence which is all beautifully built and is just waiting for its photo to be taken. Explore the cafes and enjoy a lovely meal whilst relaxing in an unknown city, experiencing new moments and gaining new memories every second.
Gondola Galore. Venice is a place with no roads, just canals flowing through the streets (how cool!). It’s built on more than 100 small islands in the Adriatic Sea (a body of water separating the Italian Peninsula from the Balkan peninsula). With its array of colourful buildings and interestingly developed architecture, Venice is a place where boredom would never exist (on a holiday anyway, there’s just so much to take it!). You’ve just to delve into the city of water.
Get leaning. Whether you stand on one foot, do a hand stand or just make it look like you’re pushing it with one hand, get yourself to the leaning tower of Pisa. I’ve always wanted to go myself and add that photo to my collection! There are so many more explorations to be had in Pisa; you can take in the art of Italy and visit the Palazzo Blue art gallery and temporary exhibition holder based in a restored medieval gallery. Natural Park Migliarino San Rossore is a beautiful nature filled palace of trees that you just can’t let your eyes miss out on (honestly, you can’t, it looks amazing!).