Trentino: besides its wellness and outdoor aspects we talked about in the article dedicated to Vitanova, it is rich in tradition, history and its cuisine is among the tastiest of Italy. Fassa and Fiemme Valleys Traditions What most struck us … Read More
Whoever has been to Umbria before, most likely knows its most famous cities like Perugia, Spoleto, Todi, Orvieto, Spello, Gubbio and so on. I would strongly recommend to visit one of these cities and I myself will absolutely write a post on … Read More
We’re very excited to have been invited on this unique tour organized by regional toursim boards of Piedmont, Liguria and Lombardy. From the 7th of March, along with 6 other bloggers we will take part on this journey The main objective to raise awareness of the historic Italian cities of Turin, Genoa and Milan and uncover the best food, art and culture the cities have to offer.
This is Aury’s first contribution to Thinking Nomads. We thought it would be a great idea if she wrote about the country she fell in love with, a country she says would be the only place she would consider living … Read More
I remember like it was yesterday my first trip to Venice: I was only seven years old, and with the whole family on board our legendary Fiat 127, we left Bergamo, for what until this day had only been a … Read More
Travelling through Sicily can be an exhilarating and occasionally shocking experience, from the mix of Arab and Mediterranean culture and history, to the slightly lawless cities and of course the visible signs of Mafia influence and control. After years of advice and … Read More
Glasgow is famous for many things, but perhaps its most renowned inhabitant was Mackintosh, the designer who changed the way we look at the world. His attention to detail lead to a change in the design of the buildings we … Read More
Labour Day has come and gone and some Australians may be surprised to learn that there are no more public holidays until the holiday season kicks off in December – with the exception of Melbourne Cup Day for those lucky … Read More