Ciao Ragazzi (Hey guys),
I’m in Italy and this is my trip. From Milan, to Rome, then Cinque Terre to Florence, follow along as I eat my way through Italy after my London trip.
I’ve linked everywhere I’ve visited below and any questions just comment or tweet me!
Make sure to follow along with the rest of my trip on Instagram.
Catch up on my London travel blog here:
WHERE TO VISIT:
• Duomo di Milano
EAT:Flower Burger, Viale Vittorio Veneto, 10
Mantra Raw Vegan, Via Panfilo Castaldi, 21
Fancy Toast, Via Alessandro Volta, 8
* Visit the 5 regions via train or hiking.
* Monterosso is the most accessible, especially when you have luggage
EAT:Ristorante Belvedere, Piazza Giuseppe Garibaldi, 38
Torre Aurora, Italia, SP38, 28
Nessun Dorma (Manarola), Località Punta Bonfiglio
* Colosseum, pre purchase your tickets and go early, as it does get full and they do stop letting people in when it reaches capacity.
* Fontana di Trevi, go early, live 6-7am if you’re after a great shot, once it hits 9am and through until 9pm, it is packed with hundreds people, same goes for the Spanish Steps.
* When it comes to the Vatican, pre purchase tickets because otherwise you will be standing in line for 4 hours+
STAY: via Cimarra Luxury Suites (airbnb) https://abnb.me/3BpBaAg4fN
EAT: Old Bear, Via dei Gigli d/Oro, 3
Pasta Chef, Via Baccina 42
Pastifico Guerra, Via della Croce, 8
Temakhino, Via dei Serpenti, 16
* The cuppola in Florence is absolutely gorgeous and definitely do the 900+ steps to the top, it is well worth the view.
* The Ponte Vecchio is always a great shopping spot for jewellery, sunglasses and all things accessories.
* When it comes to shopping, save your money, because Florence is the absolute best for shopping, especially when it comes to Leather. From jackets to shoes, the leather is absolutely gorgeous and incredibly well priced, just make sure to bargain your way into a better price. The Gucci Garden store is incredible and you won’t just stay for lunch, you’ll have to purchase one of your own exclusive pieces.
Gucci Garden, Piazza della Signoria, 10
La Nicchia Winebar Enoteca Bistrot, Lungarno Amerigo Vespucci, 34r
Auditore Ristorante, Piazza del Grano, 13
Bottega Conviviale, Via Ghibellina, 134r
* Venice can be expensive as it is quite touristy, so when it comes to travelling around, the best way is by ferry, you can purchase an unlimited day pass for AUD, which is so worth it, when Gondola’s will set you back roughly 0AUD per hour.
* When it comes to eating out and shopping, get lost in the streets and find hidden spots away from touristy areas to find the best purchases and most authentic food.
* You must visit, Piazza San Marco just to see the beautiful architecture and crazy crowds, and for something quieter, Peggy Guggenheim Collection House is an incredible display of artworks and design works, in Dorsoduro.
Torrefazione Cannaregio, Cannaregio, 1337Taverna Al Remer, Sestiere Cannaregio, 5701 (Best restaurant in Venice)Osteria Al Portego, Calle de la Malasia, 6014-6015
Rosa Salva, Sestiere di S.Marco, 950
Al Chioschetto, Fondamenta Zattere Al Ponte Lungo, 1406
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