Bergamo is Milan’s cute, quiet, underrated little sis. People may recognize it simply because the Bergamo airport serves Milan, but this small city has much more to offer than just a transport hub. A day trip to Bergamo is totally worth it if you want a relaxing, authentic, small-town Italian experience. Continue reading “Day Trip to Bergamo: A Beautiful Basilica, Pasta, & Polenta”
Malaga is a jewel of the Costa del Sol in Spain’s autonomous community of Andalusia. The city’s #tranquilotropical vibe had me right away: you can feel how the ocean and the warm weather energize the city, where timeworn Moorish ruins meet renowned modern art. Places like Sevilla and Granada may compete for top honors as Andalusia’s greatest city, but Malaga is definitely in the running with its compelling arts scene, culture, history, and, unlike the aforementioned cities, its BEACHES. Continue reading “10 Best Things to Do in Malaga: Moorish Castles, Modern Art, & More”
Timisoara, located in the Banat region of western Romania, is Romania’s third largest city. You may have never heard of it, but it’s definitely worth a stop on any trip to Romania. The city’s main sights are clustered around the 3 main plazas in the city center – Piata Victoriei, Piata Libertatii, and Piata Unirii – so you can cover the city in one solid day. Here are a few good reasons to visit Timisoara!