italy

Venice: The Enchanting City of Gondolas, Masks and Casanova

Contributing Writer: Alyssa Gregory Like a maze, the watery streets of Venice, Italy, twist and turn causing me to lose myself in this enchanting city. Streets of water and 409 bridges connect the 117 islands making up the city of Venice. Getting around hasn’t changed much since the birth of Venice in 421. Boats and …

Venice: The Enchanting City of Gondolas, Masks and Casanova Read More »

Cinque Terre Raises Some Questions

Contributing Writer: Alyssa Gregory Like drunken sailors making their way home, the colorful houses in the fishing villages of Cinque Terre lean on each other and cling to the cliffs. Overlooking the Italian Riviera, each of the village’s crooked cobblestone roads lead to the sparkling blue ocean. Throughout the entire town you can hear the Cinque Terre mixtape being …

Cinque Terre Raises Some Questions Read More »

Venice is Waiting for You

The Floating City, made up of 118 islands connected by 350 bridges, is best explored by boat. Step into a gondolas and transport back to a time when Casanova ran wild and the carnival, with its mask and costumes, lasted for half the year. Come get lost in this enchanting city with FlorenceForFun.

Mangia

Tiramisu Literally meaning, “pick me up,” tiramisu is made with lady finger biscuits soaked in espresso, layered with a savory cream sauce and topped with cocoa. The two caffeinated ingredients, cocoa and espresso, are attributed with giving the dish its name. Italians have debated over the origin of this dessert for decades, but whatever the …

Mangia Read More »