CIAO, ITALY

Seafood pasta and aperol spritz in italy
Seafood pasta and aperol spritz in italy

Rome was not built in a day, and your Italy travel itinerary– there is so much to see and do!

While in Rome, you might want to opt for that second cappuccino before setting off to climb the Spanish Steps, explore the ancient ruins, and throw your coin in the Trevi fountain. Don’t just admire the Eternal City’s many bridges- cross them to visit the Vatican gardens and eat and drink with the locals in the Trastevere neighborhood.

Then head to the Italian Coast, where you will fully step into la dolce vita . The people are tanner, the seafood is fresher, the aperol is spriztier- trust me, you gotta go.

Visit the coast by way of Naples, the birthplace of pizza. Swim and sunbathe with the locals on the island of Ischia, eat caprese on the island of Capri, head to Positano for captivating coastal views, then trade aperol for limoncello in Sorrento. Wait, who am I kidding? Just have both. Dolce vita, indeed.

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