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Nice, Cannes, Monte Carlo
Want to venture outside of Paris and hit the beach and try your luck at gambling? Check out the South of France, also known as the French Riviera. Check out our blog for a personal account.
See history unfold on the beaches of Normandy and remember those who lost their lives.
Listen to the Pope give his weekly mass in the Vatican, tour the Colosseum, visit the Pantheon and the Roman Forum. Throw a coin in the Trevi Fountain and enjoy a rest on the Spanish steps. There is so much to do in this great city! Check out our blog for our personal account of Rome.
Drink it all up in the spot known for its award winning wines and beautiful scenery.
This is one of my personal favorite cities in Italy. It is one of the most romantic cities in the world. Tour the canals on your own gonadal ride. Take a picture from the Rialto Bridge and pick up a Venice mask as a souvenir. Check out our blog post for more information.
Known as the Italian Riveriera, Cinque Terre is a rugged coastline, made up of “The Five Lands” or the five villages: Monterosso al Mare, Vernazza, Corniglia, Manarola and Riomaggiore. They are all connected by a train but can also be hiked. For more information, check out our blog to see of our personal journey.
Some deem this the fashion capital of the world! But there’s more to do than shopping. The Gothic Duomo di Milano cathedral and the Santa Maria delle Grazie convent, housing Leonardo da Vinci’s mural “The Last Supper,” testify to centuries of art and culture. To see our personal journey, check out our blog.
After exploring Milan, hop on a train and head north to Lake Como. Situated at the foothills of the Alps, each town provides stunning views. We visited Varenna and Bellagio! Read about it here.
This is hands down my favorite city in the entire world. I had the absolute privilege of studying abroad there my junior year in college. My favorite thing to do (besides visit the pubs) was to walk around aimlessly. The beauty of London is you are never lost. There’s a tube station around every corner so you redirect yourself if needed. Here are some personal links I have of London including my favorite stroll, how to drink for free and the best afternoon tea locations.
Just two hours outside of London is the charming town of Bath and one of the Seven Wonders, Stonehenge. There are many tour companies that offer same day excursions for a reasonable price.
Germans take their beer, pretzels, schnitzel and desserts very seriously. Their quaint/storybook towns are perfect places to roam. Break out your dirndls and lederhosens and head to a traditional beer festival for lively music, delicious food and large steins of beer.
The Irish love their traditional music, castles and Guinness! They can’t wait to share their pubs, charming towns and sprawling green countryside with you. Wishing wells included.