Upon planning a trip to Italy, most individuals fill their itinerary with crowded cities or wineries showcasing the finest aged wine. While these account for a large portion of the country’s tourism due to their charming stature and gripping architecture, there is more to the country beyond these typical destinations. On our slower-paced walking tour through the regions of Sorrento and Amalfi, travelers can experience a mixture of hilly terrain and coastal views while also indulging in cultural tours giving a behind-the-scenes look at Italy as a whole.
Europe has its cities of glitz and glamour that typically draw in crowds of tourists. From posh Paris to historical Rome to seaside villages, some locations are more notorious than others. Central Europe rarely gets the same amount of attention, yet its inherent magnetism and subtle culture become apparent to all those wishing to discover traditions and lifestyles that dig deeper than they first believed.
Portugal is an all-encompassing country armed with a renowned medieval fortress, populated by red-roofed buildings and tiled walls, bordered by sun-laden cliffs, and inhabited by majestic palaces once occupied by royalty.
A trip to Dubrovnik is like a step back in time. As soon as you enter the city gates, you’ll be transported to a world filled with lively squares, awe-inspiring fortresses, and ornate palaces. But what’s even more breathtaking is that the city is perched directly on the shimmery blue waters of the Adriatic Sea.
Croatia is a gastronomic paradise that’s guaranteed to delight food lovers from around the world. Heavily influenced by the bounties of the Mediterranean, Croatian cuisine is centered around fresh seafood, free-range meats, and a seemingly […]