Beautiful weather, amazing food, great people and stylish people around you. My heart skipped a beat, when I saw all the people with THAT amazing sense of style.
The Amalfi Coast is one of the most beautiful regions in Italy. Stunning views out to the sea, plunging cliff faces, towns built in to the steep slopes.
This tiny, laid-back fishing village of 2’080 people has much to offer. Cetara has a history going back over 1’000 years and some beautifully preserved historic buildings.
In the old Greek mythology, Sorrento was home to the sirens, who lured sailors onto the rocks with their beautiful singing. And Sorrento still lures visitors in today with its panoramic views.
Ischia is an idyllic island off the coast of southern Italy from the bustle of Naples
Capri attracts the glam and the beauty. The island of Capri is famous for many reasons. It has jaw-dropping natural beauty, clear blue water, delicious cuisine and high class shopping.
It’s also a place to see and to be seen!
From the 6th century until the 14th century Amalfi was a very large and important Italian port town. Sadly an earthquake and tsunami hit Amalfi in 1343
During grade 3 or 4 we learned so much about Pompeii and its story. Since then I wished to see the ruins with my own eyes and to soak into the atmosphere. I always felt a strong connection to the Italian history, since the Roman and Greek mythology was one of my favorite topics to speak and learn about.
Naples! The city of the Mafia, the origin of Italian cuisine, and the place where people have lived for centuries with the threat of a natural disaster, the eruption of Mount Vesuvius.
Torino for a few days with delicious pizza and Aperol Spritz