I am so happy to announce that finally we’ve launched an official website for Travlnook!
This is going to be a blog where we will share trip itineraries, travel plans, traveler tips and advice for cities that we have traveled to, so that the information is from the very source and true-to-life. We are also planning lots of other smart travel stuff to bring to you guys in coming future. So stay tuned and keep on traveling with Travlnook!
Rome… One of the most visited cities in the world and yet if you ask any of those millions of visitors I am sure they would love to return to Rome again and again. There are so many things to see and do in Rome that for a first-timer it may even seem a little bit overwhelming, so a well planned Rome trip itinerary will come in handy when traveling to this magnificent city. Continue reading
On your first day in Florence you have already seen most of it, but I have spared the most iconic sights for the second day as a final highlight of your stay. Today’s itinerary combines both historical sights and natural beauties, so that you can explore the cultural heritage and relax at the same time.
#1 Il Duomo di Firenze
After visiting Rome, Florence will seem a too small city which you can walk around in just one day. But if you have a closer look you will see a whole new world, completely different from Rome by its views and feels. It’s good to have time to see it all in details but usually vacations are not endless and if you have spared only 2 days for this magical city, than let’s enjoy them to the full! Continue reading
It already seems like 4 days are not enough for Rome, right? In fact even 10 days won’t be enough to get satisfied and leave, so don’t you worry dear reader.
If you have missed my previous two posts on Day 1 and Day 2 & 3, you can go through them now.
So it’s you last day in Rome. But I promise it to be an unforgettable one! Continue reading
It’s my second post of the “Four days in Rome, Italy Trip Itinerary” series. If you have missed the fun of Day One, make sure to read it first. Here’s what we’ve got for the second and third days in the magnificent city of Rome. Continue reading
“All roads lead to Rome…” Such a great sentiment and so true to life! One can never call him/her a true traveler without visiting Rome! And it’s not that much about its historical and cultural heritage, but about Italian experience in general. Rome is probably one of the most visited cities in Europe if not in the whole world and it has been talked about so much and maybe even too much. But trust me, even if Rome appears to you as something routine, you will never regret visiting it at least once in your life! Continue reading
I think every city in the world has its unique persona with all the complimenting attributes, like age, gender, interests, etc. This persona comes from ages and is shaped by his/her own history or better to say life. This personas are like vampires the way they appear in books and movies. They freeze in certain age and never grow up, they never die (unless some special treatment is applied 😉 ) and they are absolutely beautiful, attractive for common people. I know this sounds strange, but that’s what comes to my mind right now. Continue reading