There is nowhere that conjures images of romance more than Italy. The country of love, it is the one place on earth that is specifically known for its abundance of romanticism. It is also perhaps the only spot where it is not only okay to be glutenous, to partake in moderation is offensive.
The city of water never fails to overwhelm tourists with its cones of gelato and intricate architecture. But Venice is also home to much more; forgotten pieces of history still retain their place in the canals of the city.
credit: Bert Kaufmann
Your guide on how to spend 2 days in Milan, Italy.
Ah, Milan. The fashionista’s dream. As such, it goes without saying that the shops can resemble a free-for-all at the weekends, but if retail therapy is your thing, then we wouldn’t discourage it.
One of TRULY’s favourite occupations while on holiday is to find the most attractive things to do in any given location, no matter how esoteric or peculiar they may be. Florence, as it happens, has its fair share of must-do experiences, and they aren’t always the ones everybody knows about.