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Gourmet Italian Food Tours with Emilia Delizia

Italy is one of the most visited countries in the world. As a haven for tourists and visitors, Italy is also home to some of the finest vineyards and restaurants in Europe.

The Coliseum lit up as darkness falls over Rome.

Monuments of Rome

They say that Rome wasn’t built in a day but my, it seems like someone waved a magic wand and left the city awash with astonishing monuments and a glorious past. Reverberating by history all around it is hard to escape the architectural beauty and the monuments of Rome. So what’s so special about these colossal structures that make Rome the city that it is? Come, let’s take a look and revisit Roman history.

Slovenian Countryside Landscape on Karst Plateau | Bean Abroad Travel Blog

In Transit in Slovenia, Croatia and Bosnia – Trieste to Sarajevo (Days 2-3)

Trieste to Sarejevo Trieste is surrounded by hills. The city starts halfway up and tumbles down to the sea as if somebody …

Mestre Train Station near Venice, Italy | Bean Abroad Travel Blog

In Transit In Italy – Venice to Trieste (Days 1-2)

Venice to Trieste by train on the way to Sarajevo.

Grand Canal Trieste Italy | Bean Abroad Travel Blog

Trieste Photos

Travel photos from Trieste, Italy, including the Grand Canal, James Joyce and the Piazza dell’Unità d’Italia.

Mestre Venezia Graffiti | Bean Abroad Travel Blog

Mestre Photos

Photos from the absolutely rubbish town of Mestre near Venice, Italy. Just don’t bother going there.

James Joyce Statue Grand Canal Trieste Italy | Bean Abroad Travel Blog

Trieste in 20 Minutes, a Walk for Those With no Time

If you’re like me and have laughably atrocious time management skills then 20 minutes might seem like a perfectly reasonable amount of …

Mestre Venezia Graffiti | Bean Abroad Travel Blog

Mestre Overview (Definitely not Venice)

This was going to be my overview of Venice after an afternoon spent basking in the history of the place, but due …