Post Tagged with: "italy"

  • Una Notte al Museo – Saturday Night Openings At Italian Museums

    Una Notte al Museo – Saturday Night Openings At Italian Museums

    It is now possible to visit a number of the most important museums in Italy at night, every last Saturday of the month until the end of the year. This initiative is valid all over Italy and is accompanied by other events such as concerts, ballets, cultural and literary events. […]

  • Venice Piazza San Marco

    Lost in Venice? Don’t Panic,

    By Rick Lotzkar If you haven’t been lost you haven’t really been to Venice. Narrow walkways twist and wind through this most organic of cities leading everywhere and nowhere at the same time. If you don’t get lost, you’re not trying. Ironically if you ask directions in Venice the answer […]

  • The Best Place in Venice. Campo Santa Margherita.

    By Rick Lotzkar. There is a little hidden slice of Venetian heaven not far from the well beaten tourist track. A sublime and comforting refuge from the crowds which sometimes threaten to overwhelm the more popular sections of this unique and delicate city. It is an island within an island. […]

  • Leaning Tower of Pisa

    Pisa and Northern Tuscany

    by Trevor Claringbold “OK, Ladies and Gentlemen,” the tour guide bellowed to the crowd of passengers who had just cluttered off a gleaming white coach, “You have one hour to see the Leaning Tower, then back on the coach and off to Florence.” That may have just been a single […]

  • Portofino across harbour

    Portofino – Where the Famous rub shoulders with the Fishermen

    By Trevor Claringbold For those of us old enough to remember the sixties, Portofino was one of the millionaires’ playgrounds that we mere mortals could only dream of visiting. The secluded villas and designer homes around the tiny peninsular were snapped up by the celebrities of the day, and the […]

  • The Italian Riviera

    The Italian Riviera

    by Trevor Claringbold It may not be as famous or chic as its neighbour just across the border, but the Italian Riviera in many ways has more to offer than the French equivalent. Liguria, to give this stretch of coast and its hinterland its correct title, can be roughly split […]

  • Ravenna the magnificent dom

    Ravenna Italy

    With a staggering eight Unesco World Heritage sites, Ravenna is an amazing place by anyone’s standards. The former Byzantine city, and capital of the Western Empire, has a magical blend of new and old. Its captivating elegance has a way of making you feel relaxed and comfortable, from the first […]


Tenby flat with Seaviews

Panoramic views over Tenby town walls and beach

Tenby, Wales, United Kingdom
My place is close to great views, restaurants and dining, the beach, family-friendly activities, nightlife, town walls, parking. You’ll love my place because of the location, the ambience, the outd...