All, Buildings, Italy, Nature, Tivoli, Travel

Villa d’Este, Tivoli

It was soooo breathtaking! So many water fountains! Such expansive villa. There was also a musical sculpture powered by water pressure, after 500 years, still running well! Villa D’Este is a must see when you want to visit a more suburban area with lovely gardens, open space and hundreds of fountains. We were lucky, the weather was […]

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All, Tivoli

Hadrian Villa, Tivoli

Also known as Adriana Villa the ancient villa is located in Tivoli, built in the 2nd century is an example of a Roman villa. This Unesco site was expansive and there were few pools that must had been so lovely during their time. We took a guided tour, so it was a half a day tour that […]

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All, art, Buildings, Italy, Museum, Rome

Vatican Museum

Get your ticket online, choose the night session (Friday night weekly) as there should be fewer visitors 😉 We bought the ticket in advance directly from their website , got the audio guide (was located at the 2nd level) with an extra fee and printed the ticket. A tip: be in the queue earlier than scheduled. […]

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All, Rome, Travel

Night Walking Tour at Rome

Did I mention that I prefer to explore the city at night time? 👇 Highlight of the night: Trevi Fountain. 👇 The Wall Street of Rome. Financial center. Piazza di Pietra. 👇 The magnificent Pantheon. 👇 Electricity powered car was charging. 👇 Drinkable fountains are abundant in Rome. The water was fresh and crisp, unfortunately Rome is […]

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All, Buildings, city, food, Italy, Palermo

Palermo, You’re Quaint! 

Palermo was just what I needed. Small town full with historical gorgeous buildings, foods to die for, warm weather, seaside and Madalina 🤗 It was less organized than Rome, nonetheless it had its own charm. Comparing the glossy tourist town to Palermo, a more ordinary life. If you’re wondering about the mafia scene, we’ll it’s […]

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