Once you’ve tasted the real Neapolitan pizza, there is no going back. There is an association even that supervises and trains how to make the real Neapolitan pizza, all starting from the water with right pH level and ending into the amount of time it is allowed to be in the oven. In Naples you’ll … More Pizza
Though some people claim that Naples is unsafe, ugly city full of garbage, I’d say that it’s one of the most authentic places that is still left in Italy. It’s history is so fascinating and there is such a beauty behind all these near-to-collapse facades, that you can never experience anything like that anywhere … More The underworld of Naples
After spending almost 2 weeks in that Italian hassle and noise around me, it was quite a reverse culture shock to come back to Finland where the total silence surrounded me… I still haven’t fully recovered, I feel like something is missing when I can’t hear any noises to my apartment and streets are still … More Recovering from the culture shock
I feel like I just returned from my previous travels, and now I’m heading back already… This time the journey takes me to Naples, Procida and Amalfi for 10 days! At the same time all the Italians are having their vacations, too, so I’m really looking forward to see how the locals spend their days … More (Almost) Ready to take off!
The Grand Summer Tour continued from Budapest to Milan and though I love Italy and have seen many of its most well-known regions and cities, in Milan I had been only once before, and only for one day. So now it was finally time to discover what it has to offer. The main reason why … More Milan: industrial, expensive and ugly…?
Palermo was my last stop in Sicily, but though one might think that after all those amazing places that I saw before, a big city like Palermo wouldn’t have that much to offer anymore. Well, one couldn’t be more wrong in that assumption! Compared to Taormina and Cefalù, Palermo really is a city. A Sicilian city … More The urban jungle: Palermo
After Taormina I jumped on the train again and headed to Cefalù. I was having quite high hopes after all that beauty I saw in Taormina and, as you might guess, Cefalù didn’t fail 🙂 The town is located very close to the capital of Sicily, Palermo, but you’d never guess that the distance is so short (good … More Cefalù – the gem of Sicily
I went to Italy for two weeks around Easter, and right in the moment when the plane landed in Rome-Fiumicino I got this certain feeling that you only get when in Italy: a small (or sometimes a bit bigger!) chaos is surrounding you, people are talking with their hands, you can smell the perfect cornetti and coffee … More Back in Rome… finally!
During my trip to Italy I stayed one week at this hidden gem next to Rome: Anzio. Anzio is a small city only an hour train ride away from Rome’s main railway station Termini, but when you arrive to the city you’ll face something completely different from the capital’s buzz – an easy-going, laid back … More Hidden gem next to Rome: Anzio