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Good morning, I hope everything is well. This post is about my first outfit in Rome, it was the most sporty one. Do you like sporty looks or more classic ones? Let me know.

If you want to read the post about Rome, click here.


Roma, Italia

Grey Matter




Good morning, I hope everything is well. This post is about my first outfit in Rome, it was the most sporty one. Do you like sporty looks or more classic ones? Let me know.

If you want to read the post about Rome, click here.






When I saw this dress on Zara online I knew I had to have it, but it was sold out at the time so I hunted it down in stores and I got it, I really love it. It looks like denim and the sleeves are just so beautiful. I paired it down with my Converse for obvious reasons - walking all day in Florence - but I'm thinking about a different look a little more classy, let's see.

If you want to check out the post about Florence, click here.

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Venezia, Italia

Florence Blues





When I saw this dress on Zara online I knew I had to have it, but it was sold out at the time so I hunted it down in stores and I got it, I really love it. It looks like denim and the sleeves are just so beautiful. I paired it down with my Converse for obvious reasons - walking all day in Florence - but I'm thinking about a different look a little more classy, let's see.

If you want to check out the post about Florence, click here.

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Good morning, for today's post I am going to show you the outfit I wore in Venezia, which was the coldest (and it wasn't cold at all) spot I visited in Italy. I used almost all Bershka, not on purpose, just happened. 
You will be seeing a lot of the pattern on my pants, going to do a full look, real soon. 
If you want to read the Venice post, click here.

Venezia, Italia

Venice Little Streets






Good morning, for today's post I am going to show you the outfit I wore in Venezia, which was the coldest (and it wasn't cold at all) spot I visited in Italy. I used almost all Bershka, not on purpose, just happened. 
You will be seeing a lot of the pattern on my pants, going to do a full look, real soon. 
If you want to read the Venice post, click here.




I'm not usually one to take pictures at night, they always get a little blurry unless I have a tripod or use something as base. Buuuut, I do like this outfit a lot. This was my first day in Italy and I like to be comfortable on the plane so I chose this outfit. 
If you want to check the Milan post, click here.


Milano, Italia

Milan Night Walks




I'm not usually one to take pictures at night, they always get a little blurry unless I have a tripod or use something as base. Buuuut, I do like this outfit a lot. This was my first day in Italy and I like to be comfortable on the plane so I chose this outfit. 
If you want to check the Milan post, click here.








Welcome to the last post about Italy. I am sad. I was living this experience all over again.

Before I tell you my experience, I would like to say that 4 days are perfect to see it all, but if you want to see it all + relax, I'd recommend a week. The Amalfi Coast starts in Salerno and ends in Sorrento, the best place to stay (geographically speaking) is Amalfi, it's right in the middle and you have plenty of buses to both sides. Now, in my humble opinion, I would choose any town from Amalfi to Salerno to sleep, it doesn't have crazy crowds and you don't have to wait to get into buses. I went in October, so I can't even imagine how crowded it must be in july or august. So this information may vary according to the time of the year you choose to go.

The bus system is incredible, don't rent a car, the driveway is insane, it's extremely tight but people drive extremely fast, so if you are not familiar with the road, I wouldn't recommend. Another negative point would be parking. So, if you don't want to take the bus, a motorcycle (yes Vespa, I'm talking about you) is the perfect vehicle. You have the freedom to choose when and where you can stop.

Now, I didn't go to all the places I will tell you, because I didn't have the time, but the perfect itinerary for me would be:
  • Day 1 - Salerno, Vietri Sul Mare, Cetara;
  • Day 2 - Maiori, Minori, Atrani, Ravello;
  • Day 3 - Amalfi, Furore di Fiordo, Praiano;
  • Day 4 - Positano, Sorrento;
  • Day 5 - Capri;
  • Extra day - Path of the Gods (if you like hiking).
This itinerary gives you time to enjoy the view, the sun and relax at the beach (water temperature is about 22ºC).

In just two days, I managed to go to Maiori, Minori, Atrani, Ravello, Amalfi, Furore, Praiano and Positano. Of course it was extremely fast paced, but I knew it would be.

We got in a bus in Roma directed to Naples (which was my mistake because the last stop of this bus was Salerno) and spent the night there.
Early in the morning we got ourselves in another bus to Maiori, which was the place we were going to stay. Our check in was at 2pm so we just left the bags and went straight into town of Maiori, we had time, so we just chose a random street and started our exploring. Maiori was one of my favorites, I'm not a big fan of crowded places so this was just perfect. We had lunch by the beach, we just bought a panini with prosciutto and mozzarela. Our check in was late so the hotel offered us a welcome drink, I didn't mind this because the bar had a view I could wake up to every single day.
And that's why we didn't go to Minori next, I knew I had to go to Ravello in this day, otherwise we wouldn't be able to go, so we got in a bus and stopped at Atrani (we later came back to have dinner, it was amazing, we had the spaghetti with clams). In Atrani we got in another bus to Ravello. 

My favorite place was Ravello, without a doubt, it's not alongside the coast, it's up so you have beautiful views and the villas are just amazing. Villa Cimbrone and Villa Rufolo both have gardens, you have to pay, so research the one you would like to go, or just go to both, entrance is 7€. 

On day 2 we went to Amalfi, I don't really have much to say, it's all insanely picturesque, I really loved it. You can see it's more crowded, but it's expected.

Fiordo di Furore is a place you go for relax, you can see what I'm talking about in the pictures.

What I really wanted to talk about was Positano. I understand why people love it, I really do. It's huge! And it's happening so much all the time, I usually love that feeling, but now imagine your vacation spot is a beach, and now imagine that beach crowded, now imagine you pay 8€ for a sandwich with yesterday's bread. In Positano, every single thing you pay is because of its status. I don't know, it was kind of disappointing in that way, but besides that it had all the beautiful things the Amalfi Coast promises to give you. Maybe I was just sad because it was my last and it was raining. 
Amalfi, Italia

Costiera Amalfitana







Welcome to the last post about Italy. I am sad. I was living this experience all over again.

Before I tell you my experience, I would like to say that 4 days are perfect to see it all, but if you want to see it all + relax, I'd recommend a week. The Amalfi Coast starts in Salerno and ends in Sorrento, the best place to stay (geographically speaking) is Amalfi, it's right in the middle and you have plenty of buses to both sides. Now, in my humble opinion, I would choose any town from Amalfi to Salerno to sleep, it doesn't have crazy crowds and you don't have to wait to get into buses. I went in October, so I can't even imagine how crowded it must be in july or august. So this information may vary according to the time of the year you choose to go.

The bus system is incredible, don't rent a car, the driveway is insane, it's extremely tight but people drive extremely fast, so if you are not familiar with the road, I wouldn't recommend. Another negative point would be parking. So, if you don't want to take the bus, a motorcycle (yes Vespa, I'm talking about you) is the perfect vehicle. You have the freedom to choose when and where you can stop.

Now, I didn't go to all the places I will tell you, because I didn't have the time, but the perfect itinerary for me would be:
  • Day 1 - Salerno, Vietri Sul Mare, Cetara;
  • Day 2 - Maiori, Minori, Atrani, Ravello;
  • Day 3 - Amalfi, Furore di Fiordo, Praiano;
  • Day 4 - Positano, Sorrento;
  • Day 5 - Capri;
  • Extra day - Path of the Gods (if you like hiking).
This itinerary gives you time to enjoy the view, the sun and relax at the beach (water temperature is about 22ºC).

In just two days, I managed to go to Maiori, Minori, Atrani, Ravello, Amalfi, Furore, Praiano and Positano. Of course it was extremely fast paced, but I knew it would be.

We got in a bus in Roma directed to Naples (which was my mistake because the last stop of this bus was Salerno) and spent the night there.
Early in the morning we got ourselves in another bus to Maiori, which was the place we were going to stay. Our check in was at 2pm so we just left the bags and went straight into town of Maiori, we had time, so we just chose a random street and started our exploring. Maiori was one of my favorites, I'm not a big fan of crowded places so this was just perfect. We had lunch by the beach, we just bought a panini with prosciutto and mozzarela. Our check in was late so the hotel offered us a welcome drink, I didn't mind this because the bar had a view I could wake up to every single day.
And that's why we didn't go to Minori next, I knew I had to go to Ravello in this day, otherwise we wouldn't be able to go, so we got in a bus and stopped at Atrani (we later came back to have dinner, it was amazing, we had the spaghetti with clams). In Atrani we got in another bus to Ravello. 

My favorite place was Ravello, without a doubt, it's not alongside the coast, it's up so you have beautiful views and the villas are just amazing. Villa Cimbrone and Villa Rufolo both have gardens, you have to pay, so research the one you would like to go, or just go to both, entrance is 7€. 

On day 2 we went to Amalfi, I don't really have much to say, it's all insanely picturesque, I really loved it. You can see it's more crowded, but it's expected.

Fiordo di Furore is a place you go for relax, you can see what I'm talking about in the pictures.

What I really wanted to talk about was Positano. I understand why people love it, I really do. It's huge! And it's happening so much all the time, I usually love that feeling, but now imagine your vacation spot is a beach, and now imagine that beach crowded, now imagine you pay 8€ for a sandwich with yesterday's bread. In Positano, every single thing you pay is because of its status. I don't know, it was kind of disappointing in that way, but besides that it had all the beautiful things the Amalfi Coast promises to give you. Maybe I was just sad because it was my last and it was raining. 







Before I begin I would like to make a disclaimer and tell you this isn't a post about food, it is about Roma. Therefore, I am sorry about all the food but damn, Roma is full of magnificent restaurants.

With that being said, let's begin day 4, 5 and 6. 

Roma is the place in Italy where you will have something to see and be amazed in every single corner, I am not making this up. Open Google Maps and just look at it, you will understand what I am saying.

My biggest regret was not going inside The Vatican, I am not religious, at all. I do think it is a great experience though, buy tickets online and skip the line, otherwise you will be waiting for about 3-4h. I didn't go inside but I walked around it. I just felt like it, it took me maybe 1h. Worth it.

Take a little time to go to Castel Sant'Angelo or just sit near one of those bridges, it's beautiful. After that you will need to refill so go to Frigidarium - best waffle I have ever eaten!!
After that we just walked around, and ended up sitting in front of a Zara near Fontana di Trevi (by the way, I didn't mention Fontana di Trevi but we went there not once but twice, I didn't take any pictures because it's impossible, so many people, I don't even have the words to describe it) and just laughed at how insane the driving is in Italy, it was fun.
By the end of the afternoon we started browsing Zomato and we found Da Francesco, it's in an awesome neighborhood, very pretty restaurant. We ate raviolis because I had this idea of what I should eat in every city (don't ask). Funny story: it started raining, so all the people had to go inside, we just payed and ran away in the rain, it sounds romantic but my dear boyfriend wasn't very happy about that. I got sick. But I stand by the "it was fun" idea.

End of day 4.

Day 5 started later than usual, because I was really sick and felt like relaxing in bed, of course I didn't let the sickness win but I did rest a bit in the morning.

We spent a good amount of our day in the Colosseum, Roman Forum and Palatine Hill. We payed 7,5€. I loved it so much, if you are on a strict budget this 3 spots are worth spending, trust me.

After that we went to Aventino with the idea of looking through the famous keyhole to the Vatican but I don't really like to wait in lines so I just dropped the idea and went to Trastevere. A very cool neighborhood. Don't miss it.

Our host told us to go to Ottelo, and thank God!!! What an amazing meal, and such a nice service. We ate pizzas and pannacotta for dessert. It was the best thing I ever ate. So so so tasty!! Thumbs up.
No rain this night. End of day 5.

On the 6th day we just had the morning and a little bit of the afternoon so we started our journey in Ponte Sant'Angelo and walked by the river until we got to Terraza del Pincio, one of the best views of Rome, just look at that.

Want an amazing meal with some wine for just 4€? Pastificio has 2 different homemade pastas every day for just that. Yup, and it is good. For dessert go to Pompi for some ice cream of their tiramisu, they have different flavors and it's their specialty.

Then we just walked around here and enjoyed some major window shopping, I'm looking at you Dior.

I hope you enjoyed this post as much as I enjoyed Roma and all its amazingness. 
Roma, Italia

Roma








Before I begin I would like to make a disclaimer and tell you this isn't a post about food, it is about Roma. Therefore, I am sorry about all the food but damn, Roma is full of magnificent restaurants.

With that being said, let's begin day 4, 5 and 6. 

Roma is the place in Italy where you will have something to see and be amazed in every single corner, I am not making this up. Open Google Maps and just look at it, you will understand what I am saying.

My biggest regret was not going inside The Vatican, I am not religious, at all. I do think it is a great experience though, buy tickets online and skip the line, otherwise you will be waiting for about 3-4h. I didn't go inside but I walked around it. I just felt like it, it took me maybe 1h. Worth it.

Take a little time to go to Castel Sant'Angelo or just sit near one of those bridges, it's beautiful. After that you will need to refill so go to Frigidarium - best waffle I have ever eaten!!
After that we just walked around, and ended up sitting in front of a Zara near Fontana di Trevi (by the way, I didn't mention Fontana di Trevi but we went there not once but twice, I didn't take any pictures because it's impossible, so many people, I don't even have the words to describe it) and just laughed at how insane the driving is in Italy, it was fun.
By the end of the afternoon we started browsing Zomato and we found Da Francesco, it's in an awesome neighborhood, very pretty restaurant. We ate raviolis because I had this idea of what I should eat in every city (don't ask). Funny story: it started raining, so all the people had to go inside, we just payed and ran away in the rain, it sounds romantic but my dear boyfriend wasn't very happy about that. I got sick. But I stand by the "it was fun" idea.

End of day 4.

Day 5 started later than usual, because I was really sick and felt like relaxing in bed, of course I didn't let the sickness win but I did rest a bit in the morning.

We spent a good amount of our day in the Colosseum, Roman Forum and Palatine Hill. We payed 7,5€. I loved it so much, if you are on a strict budget this 3 spots are worth spending, trust me.

After that we went to Aventino with the idea of looking through the famous keyhole to the Vatican but I don't really like to wait in lines so I just dropped the idea and went to Trastevere. A very cool neighborhood. Don't miss it.

Our host told us to go to Ottelo, and thank God!!! What an amazing meal, and such a nice service. We ate pizzas and pannacotta for dessert. It was the best thing I ever ate. So so so tasty!! Thumbs up.
No rain this night. End of day 5.

On the 6th day we just had the morning and a little bit of the afternoon so we started our journey in Ponte Sant'Angelo and walked by the river until we got to Terraza del Pincio, one of the best views of Rome, just look at that.

Want an amazing meal with some wine for just 4€? Pastificio has 2 different homemade pastas every day for just that. Yup, and it is good. For dessert go to Pompi for some ice cream of their tiramisu, they have different flavors and it's their specialty.

Then we just walked around here and enjoyed some major window shopping, I'm looking at you Dior.

I hope you enjoyed this post as much as I enjoyed Roma and all its amazingness. 



Day 3 is all about Firenze. Firenze is the place I see myself living of the 5 spots I visited in Italy. I don't know if you have ever visited Lisboa but Firenze was like downtown Lisboa for me, not because of the architecture, I assure you it's nothing alike. But it's the feeling I got from it, always moving and incredibly beautiful. You have everything you need, and I don't know about you, but I love that feeling.

Of course the first stop is the Cathedral, you can see it right away, it's unique so take a moment and just really look at it, take your time.
My biggest regret was not going up the Campanile, I am pretty sure this is going to eat me up for the rest of my life, I heard it's insane but I couldn't pay 15€ but if you can, please go!!!!

I don't have any advice of places to eat because in Florence I just stopped at the first thing I saw because I was starving, I don't even remember the name of the place. But of course I remember the spot where I ate my ice cream next... Vecchio, it's a franchise, a very good one, just go. 

Ponte Vecchio is very very very crowded, go there because it is a landmark and all that but if you enjoy your space, choose the bridge next to it, Ponte Santa Trinita, you can see Ponte Vecchio from there and the view is the same.

Make sure you go to Piazzale Michelangelo, look over the city! Stroll the streets of Florence, you will probably find some singers along the way, enjoy the show.

End of day 3. Questions?
Firenze

Firenze




Day 3 is all about Firenze. Firenze is the place I see myself living of the 5 spots I visited in Italy. I don't know if you have ever visited Lisboa but Firenze was like downtown Lisboa for me, not because of the architecture, I assure you it's nothing alike. But it's the feeling I got from it, always moving and incredibly beautiful. You have everything you need, and I don't know about you, but I love that feeling.

Of course the first stop is the Cathedral, you can see it right away, it's unique so take a moment and just really look at it, take your time.
My biggest regret was not going up the Campanile, I am pretty sure this is going to eat me up for the rest of my life, I heard it's insane but I couldn't pay 15€ but if you can, please go!!!!

I don't have any advice of places to eat because in Florence I just stopped at the first thing I saw because I was starving, I don't even remember the name of the place. But of course I remember the spot where I ate my ice cream next... Vecchio, it's a franchise, a very good one, just go. 

Ponte Vecchio is very very very crowded, go there because it is a landmark and all that but if you enjoy your space, choose the bridge next to it, Ponte Santa Trinita, you can see Ponte Vecchio from there and the view is the same.

Make sure you go to Piazzale Michelangelo, look over the city! Stroll the streets of Florence, you will probably find some singers along the way, enjoy the show.

End of day 3. Questions?




Welcome to part 2, it is time for Venezia. I should start by saying this was my favorite place to visit and you will probably notice by the way I will write this post. 

Imagine all the fairytales you have ever read, imagine a place on earth where all those stories could become true, well you have Venice right there for you. It is a fairytale city, it is magical, it is beautiful, I don't understand how this city even exists and I love it.

I started this day in Piazzale Roma and I'm guessing most of you will start as well, because it is the terminal of buses so if you are not staying in the city centre, you will most likely take a bus to this stop.

My plan for Venice was just getting lost, I knew that I wanted to see Piazza San Marco and every landmark was there or very close to it so I knew I'd have time to wander around. 
Important information for getting lost in Venice: keep in mind there are four bridges and if you intend to walk you should be aware of their locations. If you are using Google Maps turn on the "avoid ferries" option, otherwise you will be sent to a ferry stop.

Well, by the time I found one of the bridges it was time to have lunch, I knew I wanted Dal Moro's Fresh Past To Go, it is an amazing option for about 6-8€. Don't get scared if you see a big line waiting, they are extremely fast at doing their jobs and very friendly. Also be aware of similar places, they adopted the same scheme because it works really well for the original restaurant. When you have your pasta I advice you to sit near a canal and just enjoy the gondolas passing by, you will have fun, I promise. 
I should tell you that I eat really healthy, so of course, after lunch I had to eat an ice cream, because ITALY, people. I couldn't help myself. With that being said, I went to Suso. Long story short: big line, fast as usual, very worthy.

After that we just walked and window shopped (2nd favorite thing to do, 1st is eating ice cream in Italy), took in the amazing views and buildings, stopped by Ponte dei Sospiri, back to Piazza di San Marco and sat by the river. This is the thing about Venice, if you don't want to enter any museums you can just explore and get lost, I recommend it.

For dinner we went to a pizza place called Pizza al Volo where a slice of pizza is 2€ and a large pizza is around 10-12€. In its left side is a very cute café where we just drank some cappuccinos and enjoyed Venice. 

End of day 2.

Any questions? Ask away!
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Venezia

Venezia





Welcome to part 2, it is time for Venezia. I should start by saying this was my favorite place to visit and you will probably notice by the way I will write this post. 

Imagine all the fairytales you have ever read, imagine a place on earth where all those stories could become true, well you have Venice right there for you. It is a fairytale city, it is magical, it is beautiful, I don't understand how this city even exists and I love it.

I started this day in Piazzale Roma and I'm guessing most of you will start as well, because it is the terminal of buses so if you are not staying in the city centre, you will most likely take a bus to this stop.

My plan for Venice was just getting lost, I knew that I wanted to see Piazza San Marco and every landmark was there or very close to it so I knew I'd have time to wander around. 
Important information for getting lost in Venice: keep in mind there are four bridges and if you intend to walk you should be aware of their locations. If you are using Google Maps turn on the "avoid ferries" option, otherwise you will be sent to a ferry stop.

Well, by the time I found one of the bridges it was time to have lunch, I knew I wanted Dal Moro's Fresh Past To Go, it is an amazing option for about 6-8€. Don't get scared if you see a big line waiting, they are extremely fast at doing their jobs and very friendly. Also be aware of similar places, they adopted the same scheme because it works really well for the original restaurant. When you have your pasta I advice you to sit near a canal and just enjoy the gondolas passing by, you will have fun, I promise. 
I should tell you that I eat really healthy, so of course, after lunch I had to eat an ice cream, because ITALY, people. I couldn't help myself. With that being said, I went to Suso. Long story short: big line, fast as usual, very worthy.

After that we just walked and window shopped (2nd favorite thing to do, 1st is eating ice cream in Italy), took in the amazing views and buildings, stopped by Ponte dei Sospiri, back to Piazza di San Marco and sat by the river. This is the thing about Venice, if you don't want to enter any museums you can just explore and get lost, I recommend it.

For dinner we went to a pizza place called Pizza al Volo where a slice of pizza is 2€ and a large pizza is around 10-12€. In its left side is a very cute café where we just drank some cappuccinos and enjoyed Venice. 

End of day 2.

Any questions? Ask away!
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Here is the first part of my Italy journey, sadly it did not start well, we lost a bus, we lost the train and last but not least our reservation in the hotel had been cancelled and that's why my pictures are all at night. I can't even describe my feelings at that moment, I got really sad. But fear not, things got better, we ended up staying in a hotel that was 20 minutes from the bus station where we had to be at 6:15am.
Problems aside, if you can walk to places, you definitely should, Milan is perfect for that. The most important landmarks and spots to see are walkable.

For the first night, we went to Chinatown to have dinner, we found Otto in Zomato. I have to be honest, I chose it because I can't resist a vertical garden or anything that looks like it, for a matter of fact. The place is opened until 2am, which is also a plus. You have different kinds of toast to choose, the two we ordered were very good and the service is extremely fast.

After that, we walked (of course) to the galleries and it is so beautiful, I did some window shopping and it is the perfect place for that, Milan is all about fashion and these galleries are full of high-fashion brands so enjoy your time.

I wasn't aware of this but you can see Piazza del Duomo from the galleries, it's just side by side with the cathedral and the Royal Palace. After that just take a walk into Piazza dei Mercanti and maybe stop for an ice cream or just continue your window shopping session.

I hope you liked the first chapter, I know it wasn't much but as you can see, we had some difficulties. The next ones will be better. If you have any questions feel free to ask.


Milano

Milano




Here is the first part of my Italy journey, sadly it did not start well, we lost a bus, we lost the train and last but not least our reservation in the hotel had been cancelled and that's why my pictures are all at night. I can't even describe my feelings at that moment, I got really sad. But fear not, things got better, we ended up staying in a hotel that was 20 minutes from the bus station where we had to be at 6:15am.
Problems aside, if you can walk to places, you definitely should, Milan is perfect for that. The most important landmarks and spots to see are walkable.

For the first night, we went to Chinatown to have dinner, we found Otto in Zomato. I have to be honest, I chose it because I can't resist a vertical garden or anything that looks like it, for a matter of fact. The place is opened until 2am, which is also a plus. You have different kinds of toast to choose, the two we ordered were very good and the service is extremely fast.

After that, we walked (of course) to the galleries and it is so beautiful, I did some window shopping and it is the perfect place for that, Milan is all about fashion and these galleries are full of high-fashion brands so enjoy your time.

I wasn't aware of this but you can see Piazza del Duomo from the galleries, it's just side by side with the cathedral and the Royal Palace. After that just take a walk into Piazza dei Mercanti and maybe stop for an ice cream or just continue your window shopping session.

I hope you liked the first chapter, I know it wasn't much but as you can see, we had some difficulties. The next ones will be better. If you have any questions feel free to ask.



Hello everyone, I hope everything is amazing with you. Today and this next week I am going to give you some tips to get the most of Italy for an amazing price. 

On October 3rd, I went from Lisbon to Milan to start my 9 day trip to Italy. It was all made by bus, more specifically Flixbus, which is an amazing company with routes to pretty much all parts of Europe you can imagine and very cheap.

TIPS:

  • Start in Milan because it is in the north of Italy and you can work your way down;
  • Travel by bus or train. The bus system is incredible in Italy, they are always on time and it is extremely efficient. Do buy the tickets previously because you can't buy them on the bus, a few exceptions may apply, usually when it's a transfer between the city centre and the airport;
  • If you don't intend to visit museums, one day is usually enough in the major cities, except Rome. Rome has amazing things in every corner; This way you can visit a lot in a few days, of course it depends on the kind of trip you plan to do;
  • If you do intend to visit museums and you are under 25, you will have discounts in most of them;
  • If you are looking for a relaxed vacation, the Amalfi Coast is the place to go, 5 days is perfect.

This post is just an introduction, I am going to go into specifics in different posts, click down below to the city of your choice:

I hope you enjoy the tips and have fun in your trip.


Itália

9 days in Italy: Complete Guide


Hello everyone, I hope everything is amazing with you. Today and this next week I am going to give you some tips to get the most of Italy for an amazing price. 

On October 3rd, I went from Lisbon to Milan to start my 9 day trip to Italy. It was all made by bus, more specifically Flixbus, which is an amazing company with routes to pretty much all parts of Europe you can imagine and very cheap.

TIPS:

  • Start in Milan because it is in the north of Italy and you can work your way down;
  • Travel by bus or train. The bus system is incredible in Italy, they are always on time and it is extremely efficient. Do buy the tickets previously because you can't buy them on the bus, a few exceptions may apply, usually when it's a transfer between the city centre and the airport;
  • If you don't intend to visit museums, one day is usually enough in the major cities, except Rome. Rome has amazing things in every corner; This way you can visit a lot in a few days, of course it depends on the kind of trip you plan to do;
  • If you do intend to visit museums and you are under 25, you will have discounts in most of them;
  • If you are looking for a relaxed vacation, the Amalfi Coast is the place to go, 5 days is perfect.

This post is just an introduction, I am going to go into specifics in different posts, click down below to the city of your choice:

I hope you enjoy the tips and have fun in your trip.


Dress: Stradivarius  Sweater: Mango  Coat: H&M  Backpack: Zara  Shoes: Converse









I love monochromatic looks, I do it all the time with black, in the summer with white so naturally I had to do it with grey. I love this dress because of its details, it's what makes it special. That backpack is just amazing as well.
Hope you like it.

Adoro conjuntos monocromáticos, faço-o imensas vezes com preto. No verão faço com branco portanto era uma questão de tempo fazê-lo com cinzento. 
Adoro este vestido por causa dos detalhes, acho que é o que o faz super giro. A mala é a minha outra paixão.
Espero que tenham gostado.
Lisboa, Portugal

All That Grey

Dress: Stradivarius  Sweater: Mango  Coat: H&M  Backpack: Zara  Shoes: Converse









I love monochromatic looks, I do it all the time with black, in the summer with white so naturally I had to do it with grey. I love this dress because of its details, it's what makes it special. That backpack is just amazing as well.
Hope you like it.

Adoro conjuntos monocromáticos, faço-o imensas vezes com preto. No verão faço com branco portanto era uma questão de tempo fazê-lo com cinzento. 
Adoro este vestido por causa dos detalhes, acho que é o que o faz super giro. A mala é a minha outra paixão.
Espero que tenham gostado.
Shirt and bag: Asos  Coat: H&M  Boots: Zara  Hat: Style Moi  






This is probably my favorite outfit ever, the pictures help it but I don't know, I just really like this look, it is super simple and put together.
Hope you like as much as I do.

Adoro este conjunto, as fotografias também ajudam mas não sei porquê acho que ficou uma combinação gira, é simples mas junto fica bem.
Espero que gostem tanto quanto eu.
Lisboa, Portugal

Shirt Dress

Shirt and bag: Asos  Coat: H&M  Boots: Zara  Hat: Style Moi  






This is probably my favorite outfit ever, the pictures help it but I don't know, I just really like this look, it is super simple and put together.
Hope you like as much as I do.

Adoro este conjunto, as fotografias também ajudam mas não sei porquê acho que ficou uma combinação gira, é simples mas junto fica bem.
Espero que gostem tanto quanto eu.

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