What is there to say about visiting Amalfi Coast

What is there not to say about the Amalfi Coast? It is not to be missed. I can not wait for the day I visit again, and…. stay. When I plan on buying property, Positano which is located among the coast will be one of the options. Every single moment spent at the Amalfi Coast, between Napoli, Capri, Positano, and Sorrento was literally breath-taking. Hidden Beach in Capri Italy

For more images and details on where to go and what to do, visit my page via Amalfi Coast.

Cavour – Madonna dei Monti

Cavour – Madonna dei Monti.

As much as I write about the Madonna dei Monti it will not be enough to describe the beauty of every little corner, wall, door-frame and shops.

Clicking on the below photo, you will be redirected to my photo diary of Cavour and each picture will truly tell you the story of every corner. This area is a beautiful place to hang out, shop, chill, meet beautiful Roman people, and have great food.

A very old beautiful round window from the ancient roman I couldn’t get enough of it. Love Madonna dei Monti.

via Cavour – Madonna dei Monti.

Campo De’Fiori

Campo De’Fiori.

I find Campo De’Fiori to be the Gem of Rome.

If you click on the photo below, you will find my post on Campo De’Fiori. Including best shopping streets, restaurants, Cafes and photos of the open market.

Check it out and let me know what you think 🙂

I love Roma.

a retro vintage hip looking bicycle lying on a wall next to a shop at the campo de'fiori

Click here to be redirected to Campo De’Fiori diary.

 

via Campo De’Fiori.

Piazza Navona

Piazza Navona.

If you have been to Rome, you must have been to Piazza Navona, one of my top rated area in Rome.

Check out this post released today and learn more on what Navona looks like and where you can find the best Pizza and Gelato in Roma Italia.

a small white bus carrying plants and flowers as an art piece in the streets on navona rome

Press here to be redirected to Piazza Navona Diary

 

via Piazza Navona.